Frederick Wayne Driver
- July 20, 1937 - May 1, 2009
- Cornville, Arizona
of Frederick's Passing
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Dear Bobbi and Family, I am very sorry to hear about your loss! My mother Shirely Leblanc Perras (your best friend growing up) just told me about this. Its been a long time and I used to enjoy comming to visit you and your family when I went to Wakefield.
Posted by: Sherry Perras Weinstein - Hillsboro, NH Sep 28, 2009
Dear Bobbi and family I am very sad to hear of your loss. The memories will last forever with you all as it has with us. We still reminisce of all the good times we used to have. Again our thoughts are with you. Love, Jack and Mary Lou Baker
Posted by: Jack and Mary Lou Baker - Swanton, VT Aug 09, 2009
Fred was my neighbor for over four years, I wish I had known him longer. Fred had a way of always seeing the bright side of life, I loved his sense of humor, his kind smile. Seeing the love his family had for him in his last days was truly heartwarming. The last thing he said to me was "keep smiling". His presence is deeply missed. Semper Fi, Marine.
Posted by: Vernon Knapp - Cornville, AZ Jul 07, 2009
"Keep smiling", those were the last words that Fred spoke to me. He told me that everytime that he left after getting his hair cut. I knew what he meant by those words! He gave me a deep message in a concise
manner. Fred had a way with words and I marveled at listening to him because he had a gift to see the "whole picture". He was truly wise. He summed up a situation quickly and responded in a witty
Posted by: Marianna Tripp - Cottonwood, AZ May 31, 2009
Bobbie...I was very sorry to hear about Fred. So many fond memories of you both...bowling, the house in Greenwood, 4th of July at Lake Q.
Fred always said about you that he was lucky...that he "got one of the good ones". And, I know that all of us who were lucky enough to know him felt the same about Fred as a friend...we got one of the good ones.
My deepest condolences to you and your family.
Posted by: Wayne King - Wakefield, MA May 28, 2009
Hi to all of you-Bobbie,John Judy
I was so sorry to hear of Freds passing. How many good times we had at the bowling alley. Please let me know when you are having his service here. I would very much like to go. Hugs to all of you.
Posted by: Mal - Wakefield, MA May 24, 2009
Bobbie-I know I've told you this, but just wanted you to know again that I am sorry for your loss. Fred was a very nice man and I really enjoyed how proud he was of that "Dale Earnhardt Lumina Special" parked in your garage. It was fun to talk NASCAR with him. Hey, maybe he will get to talk to Dale after all!! You're a sweet lady and I hope we can get together for lunch. Always, Pat Dixon
Posted by: Pat Dixon - Cottonwood, AZ May 20, 2009
In the short time It's been my priveledge to know Fred, he's been an astounding and loyal friend.
I feel as if I'd known fred (and Bobbie) my whole life, and not the brief four years it's actually been.
But that's the kind of person Fred was.
It's all about the "quality" of the friendship and person, and not the "quantity" of years known. And as everybody knows, when Fred called you friend he gave the highest quality and quantity of
Posted by: Frank Squillace - cornville, AZ May 14, 2009
Lorna and I wish to extend to you and your family our sorrow over Fred's passing. Never forget his dry sense of humor and especially
his choice of socks to wear for bowling. He was a terrific bowler and I always enjoyed the nights we bowled.
Bill and Lorna Connelly
Posted by: Bill Connelly - Wakefield, MA May 13, 2009
To Ms. Driver,
I would like to send my condolences. I was deeply saddened to hear about the passing of Mr Driver. He was such a humble man who stood for what is right in the world. He along with you Ms. Driver were great supporters of education and what we did to help Julie-Anne here at Wakefield. For that I will be forever greatful. God Bless.
Posted by: Paul Uva - Peabody, MA May 12, 2009