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Fred Flowers
June 27, 1928 - May 6, 2014
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<div itemprop="description">FLOWERS, Fred <br />June 27, 1928 - May 6, 2014 <br />Fred will be forever missed by his wife of 66 years and sweetheart Lee, his cherished daughter <br />Connie (Wayne Ocolisan) adored and proud of his granddaughters Korie Ocolisan and Kelly <br />(Scott) Pare and the gift god sent him two great-granddaughters Madeline and Lyndsay to reward <br />and comfort him in his blindness and old age. Surviving sister Marilyn Cousineau (Vic), sister-inlaw <br />Elaine Gagnier (Blaise). Predeceased by brother Bill. Fred joined the Windsor Police <br />Department and left after 17 years because of his injuries. Fred joined his wife and became a <br />Real Estate Broker. Fred survived a life threatening accident while on the police force. He was <br />injured on a motorcycle by a drunk driver and was unconscious for days. He lost his sight in 1989. <br />Fred never complained. His body broke down but he was a survivor. His philosophy was to never <br />complain and to thank God that you were still alive. Fred was an unbelievable husband, father, <br />grandfather and great-grandfather. He was the first one to offer assistance in any situation. He <br />was an honest and respected police officer. He was an excellent cook and loved beautiful music. <br />He was a great card player and enjoyed sports. He was a true person, someone who made it easy <br />to say &quot;I Love You&quot;. Fred leaves an empty spot in the lives of many that will never be filled. During <br />his illness with cancer Fred said it gave him the opportunity to live each day and enjoy the wonder <br />of living with family and friends and to have loved his wife for 69 years. Fred lived in Windsor all his <br />life and will be missed by nephew and nieces and True friends. Fred and Lee could not be without <br />their children and moved to Gananoque in 2003. Family and children were his whole life. God <br />made some perfect men and Fred was one of them. I will always love you Fred even after death, <br />your Buddy, Sweetheart and Best Friend. Private Cremation, he will come home to be buried in <br />the Windsor he loved. Memories and condolences may be sent online to, <br /> or Lee, 235 South St #102, Park Lane, Gananoque, Ontario K7G 1A4. <br />In lieu of flowers donations to CNIB.</div>