Regina Frick

regina frick
Regina Maria Frick, passed away February 24, 2012. She was born on October 10, 1930 in Taura/Burgstaedt, in the state of Saxony, Germany. She is survived by her loving husband of over 60 years, Fritz Albert Frick, brother-in- law Karl Frick (wife Margot), daughter-in-law Shirley (husband Michael Harris), grandson Erik (fianceŒe Sarah Price), granddaughter Kristina (husband Ryan Lorenzini), great-grandchildren Jess and Katie, and many relatives in Germany. She is pre- ceded in death by her lov- ing son Hans, and her dear mother Marie Forssbohm of Germany. After coming to America in 1956 Regina and Fritz made their home in Redwood City where they lived for 17 years. Regina worked for AT&T in Palo Alto and spent her time taking care of her husband and son. She enjoyed getting together with friends and playing cards. After spend- ing some time in Germany where her son's family lived for 6 years, and some years in Mountain View, Regina and Fritz settled down in Fremont, where she has lived for the past 29 years. In her younger years, Regina loved to snow ski and took many trips with her family to Lake Tahoe. She took joy in sharing her love of travel with her grandchildren, and traveled with them to Florida, South Carolina, Hawaii, Germany, and France. For several years Regina worked as a volunteer at the Fremont Library delivering reading material to the elderly. She was an excellent cook and enjoyed serving traditional German dishes to her family. She enjoyed yearly trips to Germany visiting with family, friends, school mates, and members of her church. Regina also liked to bake, crochet, and read. More recently, she looked forward to visits from her great-grand children every week. She will be dearly missed by everyone who knew her as 'Omi'. A private memorial service will be held 1 p.m., Tuesday, March 6 at Berge-Pappas- Smith Chapel of the Angels.

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  1. Fritz,
    I just heard of the passing of your beloved wife. I am so sorry I did not hear of this earlier. Please accept my deepest condolances for your great loss. With many warm wishes for you thru this difficult time,
    – Your Friend Always in Washington,
    – Alan Gottschalk

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