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Freddy Fulton  Fralick

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BORN: Monday August 2, 1948
DIED: Friday November 12, 2010


Wednesday November 17, 2010
11:00 AM
Rest Haven Funeral Home - Rockwall Chapel
2500 State Hwy. 66 East
Rockwall, TX   75087


Tuesday November 16, 2010
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Rest Haven Funeral Home - Rockwall Chapel
2500 State Hwy. 66 East
Rockwall, TX   75087

Fred Fulton Fralick, age 62, died Friday November 12, 2010.  He was born August 2, 1948 to Ike and Mary Jo Fralick in Pendleton, OR. Freddy graduated from W.W. Samuell High School in 1966 and joined Local 100 Plumbers and Pipefitters union with his dad. When he was not working he enjoyed spending time with friends and family, whether it was a vacation in the tropics with lifelong friends, an afternoon ride on a John Deere ATV full of grandkids, or an early morning Harley Ride with his beloved wife Patty. Freddy was a kind and generous man who was loved by all who knew him. He deeply valued and cherished the relationships he had with his family and friends. 
Freddy is survived by his beloved wife of twenty years, Patty of Royse City; mother, Mary Jo of Garland; sister, Carole Miller of Garland; daughter, Shelly Bigham of Dallas, son Brad Fralick and wife Tiffany of Amarillo, daughter Ashley Smith and husband Johnnie of Rowlett, son, Corey Fralick of Dallas; six grandchildren, Hayden, Jordan, Brydan, Madison, Kinsler and new grandson expected February 2011; three great-grandchildren, Ava Maire, Aiden & Dallas of Oregon; lifelong friends, Bud Fowlkes and Donnie Peoples of Royse City; and numerous nieces, nephews and friends. He was preceded in death by his father, Ike Fralick. 
Services will be held 11am, Wednesday, November 17, 2010 at Rest Haven Funeral Home – Rockwall Chapel with Pastor B.E. Stanley officiating. Visitation will be held Tuesday at the funeral home from 6 – 8pm. Memorial donations may be made to The American Cancer Society, PO Box 22718, Oklahoma City, OK, or
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Today, we must participate in laying down a man of whom was a brother to both my wife and I and very dearly loved.

He and his wife, Patty and all the kids and grandkids have come to know me as "big John" and my wife as "Auntie M". You are all family!

Although we are sticken with sadness over the untimely loss of our brother, we understand that God has a greater plan for us all. We will continue to love and charish our extended Fralick family, just as our Brother love all of us.

We love you Freddie, it's just like you to go ahead and pave the way for the rest of us and we will see you by and by.  

John & Melissa

Sent by: John & Melissa Rozell


Dear Patty and family,

There are no words to ease the sorrow your family is feeling at this time.  We will keep you and your family in our prayers.  You can take comfort in knowing you are not alone, God is with you.   I will always remember the many fun times with Freddy spending the weekends with my family when growing up in the Grove.  He was like a "weekend" brother to me and  Larry.  We did so much together as kids.  He will be greatly missed.

May God be with you, Doug & Ann McQuagge

Sent by: doug mcquagge


Freddy was the kindest soul I ever met. He never had a bad thing to say about anyone.  I got to witness his life do a 180 when he was re-united with his high school sweetheart.  After that night I had to find a new running buddy!  God Bless You Patty!   I know Freddy is looking down on us from Heaven!

Sent by: Roland Lynn


Thinking of you and your family.  I remember the last time I saw you and Freddy, years and years ago, you two looked so happy.  It made me happy for both of you, and then on Fb I got to see just how happy your years have been and how much you shared.  You will always have that and a great loving family and friends around you.  I can see how much he will be missed by all.  Again I am so sorry for your loss.  Sherrille Harvey

Sent by: Sherrille Harvey


Aunt Patty, I love you! I love uncle Freddy, he was man of honor, he never knew a stranger and welcomed everyone. His smile will forever be imbeded in my heart. Birthdays won't be the same without a call from him singing Elvis. I wish I could take your pain away. Please know that your in my thoughts and prayers.

I love you! 

Sent by: Teresa Miller


Dear sweet Patty,  Even though it has been much too long since we have had the fun visits and happy times that we have had in the past, you and Freddie are often in my thoughts.  It is times like this that make us realize life is so short and each moment must be used to let others know how much you care.  I love you both so, I know for a fact we never lose the ones we love to death they continue to be a part of our lives in our hearts and minds. 

Freddie's life was one of God's wonderful stories and you are the one he chose to share it with.  Not even this death can change that.  He is just waiting, once again, for you to get ready and join him.

Know I love you and send my prayers to all of you.   Annie

Sent by: Annie White


Patty, I am so sorry to hear about Freddy. He will be greatly missed by everyone. Unfortunately it is times like this that make you realize how short life is. I have a lot of great memories of when we all worked together and it just seems like the other day. The Lord was good to Freddy and blessed him with a great life, a wonderful wife, a wonderful family and many, many friends.  He was always uplifting with a positive attitude. Just fun to be around. We all will greatly miss him. I am sure the Lord has a special place for him.

Patty, Cindy's and my prayers are with you and your family. May the Lord bless you, be with you and give you strength and guidance.

Sent by: Brad Hall


We are so sorry for the loss of Freddy. He was such a great man. Very kind and gentle and so friendly to everyone he met. He will be greatly missed. It was a true honor and blessing to know him. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.

We love you guys, The Alaniz Family-Domingo, Brandy, Brittany, Miranda & Lexi Alaniz 

Sent by: Brandy Alaniz


Ahhh, Freddy, where have the years gone?   It seems like just yesterday that we were trying to graduate from high school, and here we are . . .


Patty, what moves through us is a silence, a quiet sadness, a longing for one more day, one more word, one more touch.  We may not understand why Freddy left this earth so soon, or why he left before you were ready to say good-bye, but little by little, you begin to remember not just that he died, but that he lived.  And that his life gave us memories too beautiful to forget.  May you take comfort in knowing an angel is watching over you.


Our love to you and the entire family during this time of change.  Eddie and Sally Bingham

Sent by: Eddie and Sally Bingham


Dear Patti, we are so sorry to hear of Freddie's passing.  It was a shock to us. But, now he is with our Lord Jesus Christ. Please let us know if we can help in anyway. Emma & Gerald Phariss

Sent by: Gerald & Emma Phariss


Dear Patty,

We are so sorry for your loss.  We pray God will grant you & your family strength and peace for the days ahead. 

Love, Jim & Jackie Hall


Sent by: Jim & Jackie Hall


"Many tender memories soften your grief, May fond recollection bring you relief, And may you find comfort and peace in the thought Of the joy that knowing your loved one brought... For time and space can never divide Or keep your loved one from your side When memory paints in colors true The happy hours that belonged to you." Rest in Peace Freddy

Sent by: Kathy Sorenson


I worked with Freddy two months and had lunch with him. We became friends fast, seeing who could pick the next football winners.  GQ let me know about the passing of my new Friend. I felt the loss and know his family loss is so much more. 

Larry & Fran Nikel 


Sent by: Larry Nikel


Freddy,  Keep the wind in your face and the sun on your back! Catch you later Bro! I will see you on that highway in the sky!


Patty we all love you and if you need anything and I don't care what time it is or what day it is, all you have to do is call and Joyce and I will come runnin.  I know it hurts and your heart is heavy, we will say a little prayer for you and your family.

Sent by: Rick


Love to your family.

Sent by: Ricky and Melody Brockway


Freddy, You and your family will be in my family's prayers. I know that you are with GOD and making him laugh like you did for so many us. You brought a lot of joy to so many of us. I will miss you SO!   LOVE YOU BUD!!

Sent by: Seth Almanza




Sent by: BEAR KARR


Patti, I'm so sorry Freddy had to leave you  and the ones he loved.  I guess his body was tired and God had another plan for him.  I have no doubt he is in heaven with my brother Randy and they are having the biggest reunion.  Please take comfort in God and your family and friends, and remember you will see your Freddy again someday. Your Freddy is  your Angel now.  Denise Alexander Dotterer

Sent by: Denise


My dear friend, I was so deeply saddened to learn of your passing. You were one of the good guys and will be greatly missed.  Keep the beer cold & make a place for me friend, till we meet again.  Jim

Patty, you and the family are in our thoughts and prayers.  Jim & I have many fond memories of Freddy. My heart breaks. Please accept my deepest condolences. Gigi

Sent by: Diver


We will miss you my friend, but you won't be forgotten.  My condolences and prayers go out to the Fralick family. God bless...Rick T.

Sent by: Rick Thibodeaux


My heartfelt sorrow for your loss goes out to all the family. Freddie was a wonderful person and loyal friend to all who knew him. He will be missed by all. May God Bless and be with you all in this time of sorrow.

                                Brenda &Terry Warren

Sent by: Brenda Warren

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