Stanton Fredricks, age 63, of Isanti died September 27, 2013 at Abbott-Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis. Memorial services will be held at 11 AM on Saturday, October 5th at Strike Funeral Home – Isanti Chapel with Rev. Lee Scheumann officiating. A gathering time will be held one hour prior to the service. Interment will be in Stockholm Lutheran Cemetery in Cokato.
Stanton Robert Fredricks was born October 31, 1949 to Robert and Doris (Draxten) Fredricks. Stan was the oldest of ten children. He grew up and went to school in Robbinsdale. Stan married Cynthia Cox on November 11, 1983 and they lived in Minneapolis before moving to Isanti in 1988. He was a truck driver for various companies, spending the last eight years of his career with SuperValu. He was a proud member of the Teamsters Union Local 120. Stan was also a member of the million mile club – driving over two million miles accident free. He had a huge collection of vinyl records. Stan enjoyed bowling, fishing, camping, gardening, woodworking and tinkering with things in the garage. Riding his Harley was very special to him. Most of all, he was very proud of the adults his children had become.
Stan died September 27, 2013 at Abbott-Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis at the age of 63 years, 10 months and 27 days. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Cindi; brother, Danny Fredricks; and sister, Debbie Fredricks.
Stan is survived by his four children; daughters Chris (Ward) Willms of Minneapolis and Carrie (Larry) Brown of Bloomington, both from his first marriage; daughter Aimee (Craig) Ugland of Rochester and son Eric of Davenport, IA; two grandchildren and one great-grandchild. He is also survived by two brothers, Orrin (Karen) of Anoka and Guy (Pam) of Maple Grove; five sisters, Mary Stensrud of Andover, Rebecca (Dave) Walton of Zimmerman, Roberta Ryan of Andover, Gay (Dave) Buchholz of Brooklyn Park and Letha Gray of St. Francis; and by many other relatives and friends.
Roberta Pogalz says
Aimee (and Craig), so sorry about your dad. We are thinking about you and your family. Love, Roberta and Bob and family
Scott Eggert says
I can see you and Cindi now riding that Harley in the sky, the roads in heaven never end and the weather is always the way you like it. God Speed my friend
Val Pulscher says
Eric, I am so sorry to hear about your dad. Know you are in our thoughts and hearts.