Fredrick R. Bailey
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Fredrick R. Bailey
He was born May 27, 1969 in Haverhill, MA, son of Richard Bailey and Rita (Clark) Fenoff.
Fredrick grew up in Amesbury, MA and he was a graduate of Whittier Regional Technical High School in Haverhill, Class of 1988. He had a very long career in the printing business as a pressman and was last working for Label Print America. To Fred, Justin was his whole world and he loved to do anything with him. Fredrick was an avid NE Patriots and Boston Red Sox fan. His other hobbies included candlepin bowling, mountain biking, playing darts, horse shoes, and billiards. He enjoyed American Bald Eagles and their memorabilia. He liked listening to music and watching movies as was evident by his huge collection of cd’s and dvd’s. Through the years, Fredrick had owned different Ford Mustangs and he also liked to collect model cars. He was currently residing in Exeter, NH and he had formerly lived in NH, MA, TN and CA.
He was a member of Governors Bradstreet Fireman’s Muster.
Fredrick was predeceased by his sister, Ronalee Bailey Sheehan.
He is survived by his son, Justin Bailey of Nottingham, NH, father and his wife, Richard and Andrea Bailey of Amesbury; mother, Rita Fenoff of N. Woodstock, NH, sister, Lisa Bailey of Hampton, N.H., sister and her husband, Aimee Alexuk and Michael of Londonderry, N.H, sister and her husband, Angela Vargas and Keith of Peabody, sister, and her husband, Kathryn Bailey Charron and Dana of Malden, brother and his wife, Scott Dow and Catreen of Seabrook, NH, brother and his wife, Brian Dow and Ashley of Stratham, NH, sister, Bethany Bailey of Amesbury, and many uncles, aunts, generations of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
At Fred’s request, there are no calling hours or funeral services scheduled.
A private family scattering event will be completed in the White Mountains.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to the NH SPCA, PO Box 196, Stratham, NH 03885.
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