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FREDRICK WAYNE PFEIFFER (FRED)
Born: Jul 06, 1952
Date of Passing: Feb 15, 2021Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
FREDRICK WAYNE PFEIFFER
July 6, 1952 - February 15, 2021
On February 15, 2021, Fred Pfeiffer passed away in Winnipeg at the age of 68.
Fred is lovingly remembered by Brenda, his wife and partner of 42 years. He will also be sorely missed by his furry companion Kacey; brother-in-law Freddie (Bea) and sister-in-law Sandy (Bruce); special kids, Corey (Kim), Carrie (Dan), and Kathleen (Alishia); and beloved grandkids, Larissa, Courtney, Beatrice, James and Remi.
Fred was born in Vernon, BC on July 6, 1952. After a short time in British Columbia, he and his family returned to Manitoba where Fred put down his roots. Fred loved the prairie landscape. Whether it was chasing game in the woods or fish on the waters, he was always content in nature. Fred's taste for adventure and wide-open skies was also evident on trips with Brenda to Newfoundland, where he cherished being close to the sea. Fred's easy-going personality helped him create many friendships over the years, including a number formed around the snooker table. He will be missed by many.
A private celebration of Fred's life will take place.
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Feb 23, 2021
Condolences & Memories (8 entries)
As a child everyday was like Christmas. Not because only I had the whole family mom always fed the neighborhood. After supper Fred always started the food fights then him and Randy would put mom on the fridge and leave her there she couldn't jump or a tub full of cold water. Myself I came home from school Fred, Randy and Joe said to lay on the blanket. I was so excited they threw me up in the air I laughed so hard so much fun....then I heard Fred talking the rolled me up in the blanket still enjoying time with my brothers they tied me to a tree and left me haha. All my younger years Fred was very protective. He jokes his great sense of humor I will always keep close to my heart. With shock and disbelief my son told me this morning. Brenda I hope all your loved ones and friends hold you tight though this. - Posted by: Melody Grabowsky (Sister) on: Mar 08, 2021
On behalf of Lotto 6/49 Group I would like to extend our deepest condolences to Brenda and family - Posted by: Joseph W. (Friend) on: Mar 07, 2021
Brenda, I am so very sorry for your loss. You and Fred were so tight. Again, I am so sorry. Rick and Lynn Klan - Posted by: Lynn klan (Friend) on: Feb 28, 2021
Fred always had great stories and could keep a conservation going on with interesting concluations and laughter, so sorry for your loss and loss for the family. - Posted by: Frank & Doreen Claes (cousin) on: Feb 24, 2021
I miss seeing Fred at the lab in the mornings, he was always friendly and ready with a quick story. I’m so sorry for your loss. - Posted by: Leah Dupasquier (Family friend ) on: Feb 23, 2021
Yeah Freddy always had some good stories to tell whether it was in BC at Aunty Eleanor's or somebody's wedding or social in Manitoba he was a good guy & definitely love life. He will be missed. - Posted by: Danny Claes (Cousin) on: Feb 23, 2021
Sending my condolence to Brenda Family and Friends. I always looked forward to hearing a joke from Fred when I called. He had the best ones and made me laugh. And he could tell you stories and always had a good conversation with him. Fred will be missed dearly. Thinking of Brenda at this sad time and wishing I could be there with her. - Posted by: Alice Roberts (Long time friend ) on: Feb 23, 2021
Rest in peace Bud. I remember may nights at Prince Edward Legion - Posted by: Rick Salmon (Friend ) on: Feb 23, 2021
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