Fred G. Kushnereit

January 16, 1956 - June 28, 2010
Simpson Funeral & Cremation Services
1119 Washington Avenue
MONACA, PA 15061
Friday 7/2
Simpson Funeral & Cremation Services
1119 Washington Avenue
MONACA, PA 15061
Saturday 7/3, 10:00 am
John Anderson Memorial Cemetery
491 Service Church Road

Fred G. Kushnereit, 54, of Richmond, VA, formerly of Beaver County, passed away Monday, June 28, 2010, at his residence following an illness. Born January 16, 1956, in Rochester, he was the son of Catherine (Kovach) Kushnereit, of Raccoon Twp. and the late Rudolph Paul Kushnereit, Sr. who preceded him in death in 1977. AContinue Reading

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Latisha Crawley left a message on July 7, 2010:
You will be truly missed. I wish you peace and comfort. You can rest now my friend.
Jenna Brinkley left a message on July 6, 2010:
Working with Fred over the years, I learned to expect the unexpected and a laugh when you needed one. He is and will be greatly missed by myself and all of his co-workers and friends. My thoughts and prayers go out to all of Fred's family and friends.
Judy Bailey-Kinker left a message on July 6, 2010:
You are in our thoughts and prayers. Fred will be greatly missed not only for his vast knowledge, but for his wry wit. Please find comfort in knowing he touched many lives and will always be remembered fondly.
Bob Showalter left a message on July 4, 2010:
I was very sad to hear about the passing of Fred. I was a Mt. Pleasant youth while Fred was the Youth Director. Fred was compassionate about making a difference in young people. He was a great leader and a friend to all youth. My greatest memory of Fred is when he let the youth of the church paint his van. All youth were invited to bring 1 can of their favorite color spray paint to the church one early Saturday morning. Well, after that Saturday, we could see Fred coming for miles! Thanks for the memories and making a difference!
dan and judy searight left a message on July 3, 2010:
To the whole Kushnereit and Reeves family. we are deeply sorry for the loss of Fred.. he was an amazing person, i have known him for over 35 years .. very thoughtful. loved getting his phone calls and his pictures he would send to me of his travels. and his stories. he had a love for my children and always made them smile. i remember we use to sit at christmas time and play games or watch t.v just the three of us. He will be deeply missed. prayers to all of you as you go thru this greiving process. God Bless you all.
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Rob Philips left a message on July 2, 2010:
Catherine and Rudy, I am sad to hear of the death of Fred. I did not know Fred well, but remember his strong faith and the respect and love the people of Mt. Pleasant Church had for him and also for your family. I pray that your faith in the grace and love of Jesus will comfort and keep you strong.
Kristoffer Kornbrek left a message on July 2, 2010:
Dear Kushnereit Family, I am writing to express how sorry I am for your loss. I will miss Fred. Even though, I only knew Fred for a little over a year and I have valued his friendship and knowledge. I'll miss learning from him, sharing ideas to solve problems, and just over all talking with him. He would want us to remember how happy, proud, friendly, and smart he was. I wish I could be with you all right now to comfort and pray with you all. But even though, we are miles apart, I'm still here for you all at any time to talk, listen, and comfort you all. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. With sympathy, Kristoffer L. Kornbrek
Bill & Debby Bosley left a message on July 2, 2010:
Cathy - Our sympathy and prayers to you and your family.
Paula Kelly left a message on July 1, 2010:
We regret the loss of your loved one. Fred K was always a pleasant individual. His smile behind the beard will be an everlasting memory for me. May God bless and keep you at perfect peace.
Renee Jones left a message on July 1, 2010:
Sorry for your loss. My prayers goes out to you and your family.
Bob LaGodney left a message on July 1, 2010:
My deepest sympathies. It was a privilege working with Fred. I had worked with Fred before Sonoco and I have to say, the only thing that had changed with Fred over the years was the color of his beard, LOL. He is/was a Great guy.
Jay Barrett left a message on July 1, 2010:
Im So sorry for your loss,My Heart goes out to the entire Kushnereit family.Fred will be greatly missed as a Fellow employee and a friend. GodSpeed Good buddy..........Jay
Jay Barrett left a message on July 1, 2010:
This Photo was the last time We actually got the privilage to work with Fred.He had some small projects that needed to be completed around his house,and all of the Sonoco Maintenance Department came together as a team and suprised Fred to do the work and had a small Barbeque that followed.Fred was an amazing Dad,Technician and most of all a true friend.I had the honor to work with Fred for (4) Short years,but was able to see what kind of compassion it took to be a dedicated employee.If Fred couldnt fix it,it couldnt be fixed!He will be greatly missed in more ways than one...Godspeed good buddy!
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