Condolence & Memory Journal

Fred was a great guy, I shared many classes at MN with him. I was sad when I learned of his passing, and although this is a bit late, I wanted to send his family my sincerest sympathies.

Posted by Jim Morris - Port St Lucie, FL - classmate   April 14, 2019

Fred's passing is such a great loss. He was fun, generous and a genuinely "nice guy." He had a total lack of pretense and was comfortable in his own skin which was refreshing for a guy who was self-made. Then we got to see his strength and resolve when he met the challenges that cancer brought upon him which he did with quiet dignity. I will miss our times together. He was very special.

Posted by Carol Ellis - Blue Bell, PA - Friend   March 08, 2019

Dear Joanne and family, Todd and I were sorry to hear about Fred. We thought very highly of Fred. He will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. God bless. Love Annette and Todd. ❤

Posted by Annette4 M.Patric - Lake worth, FL   January 04, 2019

I didn't know Fred personally but I do know he was a giant in the fastener industry. I am sorry to hear of his passing.

Posted by MARVIN NEEDLEMAN - BENSALEM, PA   December 20, 2018

We lost a wonderful friend, when we lost Fred. Have so many wonderful memories of he and Joanne. Please know Joanne and family that Andy and I have you in our thoughts and prayers.

Love to you and yours,
Andy and Rosemary Gaffey

Posted by Andy/Rosemary Gaffey - West Palm Beach, FL - Friend   December 15, 2018

So sorry for your loss. You are in my prayers

Posted by A friend   December 12, 2018

Joanne,

So so sorry to hear the news. I will be there on Saturday. Fred and you have been such close friends since our high school days. I am very sadden as he will be greatly missed. My love to you and your family.

Lynn Morris

Posted by Lynn Morris - WEST CHESTER, PA - Friend   December 12, 2018

I am very sorry for Joanne and all the Lubker family. Fred was a great guy. He will be sadly missed and fondly remembered.

Posted by Jim McCloskey - Drexel Hill, PA   December 12, 2018

Posted by Jim McCloskey - Drexel Hill, PA   December 12, 2018

As neighbors to Fred & Joanne on the Stone Harbor basin, we always gave a short "toot" as we motored-by his lovely home on-the-Bay. They always greeted us as we passed with a wave and big smiles. Everyone loved Freddy. We did too. We will continue to honor him with a short beep and salute from our boat as we pass his dockside home. Joan Partridge/Gene Campbell.

Posted by A friend   December 12, 2018

So sorry to hear about Fred! We grew up together and lived on the same street! My condolences to his whole family!

Helen Ann Biebricher Shaub

Posted by A friend   December 11, 2018

My deepest condolences to my friend Pam and the Lubker family on the loss of your beloved father. May his memory be a blessing forever.
Dr.Linda Ziman

Posted by Linda Ziman - Philadelphia, PA - Family Friend   December 11, 2018

John and I are deeply saddened by the loss of our friend, Fred. His wit, generosity, warmth and love of family will be recalled by all who were fortunate to know him. Love to Joanne.

Posted by Joan Jackson Ritter - Haymarket, VA - Classmate   December 11, 2018

so sad to hear of Fred's passing. We had twin 55 Chevy' convertibles and had such joy racing and playing with them. He was a fantastic person, a great friend and car buddy, a wonderful classmate and a person that we all will miss. He was certainly one of a kind. My sympathies go out to the entire family and to all the class of 1960 . We all considered him our "brother". He will be missed by all who knew him.

Posted by Gary Kauffman - Plymouth Meeting, PA - Friend   December 10, 2018

One of the great joys in Pam's and my lives have been knowing and loving Fred and Joanne. Our most sincere of sympathy are with you at this moment.

Posted by Merv Russell - Halifax NS Canada - Family Friend   December 10, 2018

Our sincere condolences to the Lubker's and Carrigan's on your loss.

Mary & Fred Sharp

Posted by A friend   December 10, 2018

Dear Joanne
Please accept our deepest sympathy. Fred was the most dynamic person I have ever known and a really nice guy. Lorrie and I fondly remember the great times we spent with you and Fred in stone harbor and Florida. Our very best wishes to you and your family.
Sincerely, Lin

Posted by Lin Pennell - Newtown square, PA - Friend   December 10, 2018