Fred Herzog

Resided in Rapid River, MI
Died February 4, 2009

Frederick H. Herzog, age 70, of 8073 Squaw Creek 18 Road, Rapid River, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday February 4, 2009 at his home due to an apparent heart attack.
Frederick was born January 14, 1939 in Brampton, the son of Frederick A. and Donna (Hemken) Herzog. Fred was raised in Brampton and was a 1957 graduate of the Gladstone High School. Following graduation, Fred enlisted in the United States Army where he served for six months before returning home to Brampton. Upon his return from the Army and on April 18, 1959, Fred was united in marriage to the former Nancy Kossow in Perkins. He then rejoined the U.S. Army where he was stationed at Ft. Knox, in Kentucky until his honorable discharge. Fred and Nancy eventually moved to Milwaukee where Fred gained employment for American Motor Company. He later acquired a position, in Milwaukee, working construction, as a Foreman, on various building sites.

In 1968 they returned to the U.P. and Fred worked for Harnischfeger Corporation until its closure. Fred than continued his education at Bay De Noc Community College where he received degree

0 Tributes for “Fred Herzog

    My Heart goes out to you and your family..I understand how you are all feeling..Take CareLisa

    Lisa Grose
    Rapid River, MI

    My sympathies to the family.

    Farewell to a fellow classmate. Fond memories.

    Karen Kliner Blake
    Pelham, NH

    I’m so sorry for your loss. Thinking of all of you. God bless

    Kathy Serne
    South Haven, MI

    You have my sympathy and from my wife and kids. My kids knew who he was right away when they seen his picture. Uncle Fred was always nice to me and made it a point to come and talk to me, even though we haven’t seen each other much in the past few years. He’ll be missed.
    take care!!

    Kevin Swanson
    Green Bay, WI

    Sorry to hear about Fred. My heart goes out to your family at this time of grief in your life. I worked with Fred in the storeroom at P& H. He was a good man.

    Mike Lawrence
    Nashville, TN

    I have so many wonderful memories of my grandpa. I honestly cannot pick out just one.

    So let’s just sum it up with a toast:

    Bottom’s Up to a wonderful man, a terrific husband, the World’s Best Grandpa, a great dad, and a beautiful soul. We will miss you more than you know.

    Greg & Tricia (Herzog) Rose
    Clintonville, WI

    Hi Nancy, My prayers are with you. I’m so sorry about Freddie. I am down in Florida so I won’t be able to attend the service.

    Pete LaChance
    Trenary, MI

    We are so sorry for your loss. Fred was a good man. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. God Bless.

    Sherry and Rick Nutt Sr.
    K.I. Sawyer, MI

    My condolences to the family of Fred. I graduated with Fred and thought of him as a gentle man. I pray that his family will find comfort in their memories of him.

    Frances Anderson Goetz
    Escanaba, MI

    Our deepest sympathy and god be with you and your family.

    Paul & Pam Bruce
    Escanaba, MI

    Hello Nancy, we were so shocked to hear about Freddie. Our prayers are with you.

    Rose & Skip Anderson
    Rock, MI

    We are truly sorry for you’re loss. Chet, Charity & Angel

    Angeles D. Lynn
    Bark River, MI

    To the family of Fred Herzog – I am very sorry to hear about Fred’s passing. I am a cousin to Lynn (Dave’s wife) and really didn’t know Fred, but wanted to send my condolences to your family.

    JoAnn Stone
    Park City, IL

    I was so sorry to read that Fred passed away. You and your family have our deepest sympathy. I will always remember him stopping for you at the mill with the girls when they were small.

    Sharon Hertig
    Coolidge, AZ

    Nancy & family,

    So very sorry to hear of Fred’s death.My thoughts & prayers will be with you all.

    Carol Deneau
    Rapid River, MI

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