Anne G. Fredlund Greece: Friday, February 8, 2019 at age 90. Predeceased by her loving husband of 60 years, Keith E. Fredlund; son, David Alan Fredlund. Survived by children, Randy (Mary) Fredlund, Vicky (Charles) Feathers; and her favorite: Ginger her little dog!; grandchildren, Katie (Scott Sundvall), Chaz, David, Jess. Anne was a wonderful, loving mom and Nana who loved baking cookies, sewing, playing/teaching/coaching tennis, singing in Sweet Adelines and church choir, gardening, snow/water-skiing, skating, canoeing, hiking, camping, curling, bird watching, Y-Gals, and encouraging her children and grandchildren in their music and sports events…never missed cheering them on. Loved her dogs. Anne loved the outdoors, especially at Keuka Lake; campfires with s’mores, singing camp songs, planting flowers, proudly flying the American flag, sharing the cottage with friends and playing nightly card games. Sweet strolls seeing and hearing all the beauty of creation. Such a great gift seeing life through her eyes. Enjoy life, try different things and excel; sharing love and encouragement, always there for us all. Mom/Nana we will truly miss you! So long for now…Love, your family. Anne’s visitation will be held Saturday, February 16th 10:00 AM - 12 NOON at Vay-Schleich & Meeson 1075 Long Pond Road. Her celebration of life will be held Sunday, February 17th, 12:30 PM at Trinity Episcopal Church, 3450 W. Ridge Road. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Trinity Episcopal Church ( or Alzheimer’s URMC Forget-Me-Not fund ( in her memory. For more information and to sign her online guestbook, visit

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  1. Randy, I was very sorry to hear about your Mom. Your Mom and family will be in my prayers. She was an amazing woman and I now know where your never ending energy came from.

  2. Dear Mary my deepest condolences on the passing of your mother-in-law. it is a beautiful obituary. She sounds like an exceptional lady. My sympathy to you and your family.

  3. Dear Randy and family: I am very sorry for your loss. I remembered your mother as a very kind person. This is a wonderful attribute as kindness makes people feel welcomed and comfortable. I know your mother is in a better place now and I hope that gives you some comfort in this difficult time. I also hope your grief will turn to joy as you reflect on the love she shared with you and fullness and quality of her life. It was a life well lived!

  4. Randy and Vicky and family: Condolences to you all. Anne was a great neighbor and friend to our family. I’m sorry for your loss, but will remember her in her more robust days, when she was a heck of a tennis player and always so thoughtful of others.

  5. Dear Vicky and family, Sorry to hear about your mom’s passing. I had no idea until I saw it on facebook a few minutes ago. I would have been there to sing if I had known. Your mom was a special friend who I met through Sweet Adelines. She always had a smile on her face and a song in her heart! She and your dad and looking down from heaven watching over your entire family. She will be missed! Love, Carol Taif

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