Fred H. Meier

Born: Mon., Nov. 1, 1937
Died: Wed., Jan. 9, 2013


Memorial Mass

10:30 AM Tue., Jan. 15, 2013
Location: St. Mary Catholic Church


Committal

11:30 AM Wed., Jan. 16, 2013
Location: Ft. Logan National Cemetery


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Fred Herman Meier
11/01/37 to 01/09/13

Fred was born in Menlo, Kansas on 11/01/37. He passed away in Littleton, Colorado on 01/09/13

A funeral mass was held Tuesday, January 15th, 2013 at 10:30 AM at St. Mary’s Catholic Parish, 6833 S Prince Street, Littleton, Colorado. Fred was interred on Wednesday, January 16th, 2013 at 11:30 AM at Ft. Logan National Cemetery, 4400 W. Kenyon Avenue, Denver, Colorado

Fred received his B.S. from the University of Denver. He married Lynda Eggleston on 05/06/67. They had two boys named Brian and Nathan. Fred worked many years for Gates Rubber Company as a computer programmer. He currently worked at the Denver Children’s Home. Fred also volunteered at the Lone Tree Arts and Cultural Center and the Littleton Western Welcome Weekend. Fred enjoyed family, friends, the Denver Broncos, playing tennis, and working on his computer.

Survivors include his loving wife, Lynda Meier; Sons, Brian Meier and Nathan Meier; Daughters-In-Law, Marissa Meier and Kelly Meier; Grandchildren, Trenton Meier, Alexia Meier, Cambree Meier, and Madeline Meier.

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carl de la motte
   Posted Sat January 12, 2013
my sympathies to the meier family. i will always have fond memories working with fred. he always provided sound guidance with a touch of humor. he helped many get past technical roadblocks that led to successful conclusions. i feel fortunate to have known and worked with fred. we are very sorry for your loss! carl and sandy de la motte

Larry Madayev
   Posted Sat January 12, 2013
Dear Lynda:
I wish to express my deepest sympathy on the untimely death of your husband.
He was so warm and wise and understanding. He will be greatly missed.
I know your courage will help you through this rough time.

Sincerely,
Larry Madayev

Lou Riecss
   Posted Sat January 12, 2013
I met Fred at a Cullinet User Group meeting, which ended at a breakfast at the Breakfast King. He got me hired at Gates when my resume would not get me an interview. We worked together more than 15 years. During that time we got to do some traveling together. On one trip to a user group meeting in Huntington Beach, I had to prove the hard way that the airlines ALWAYS loses my luggage ( we almost missed the bus from the airport to the hotel while we waited in the lost luggage line ). On another I got to show him around my old haunts in Chicago (Uno's Pizzeria, The Berghoff and the Billy Goat Tavern, which he liked A Lot).
Fred was the best boss that I ever had ( Yes, that includes you too Bill ).
I will always remember Fred for his intelligence and humor and great patience.

Rick and Carol Antolovich
   Posted Sat January 12, 2013
Dear Lynda and Family,
We offer you our deepest sympathies at this time of loss from your husband and father. Rick would often remark how much he was influenced by Fred's technical excellence and display of integrity of personal character. Fred definitely was no small factor in making everyone around him better. We shall miss him very much as we hold to the hope of seeing him once again at the Savior's side.

Buffy Boesen
   Posted Sat January 12, 2013
Lynda,
What a terrible loss to you and the boys. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Buffy Boesen

Meier Grand-Kids
   Posted Sun January 13, 2013
Poppy we love you so much!! We made pictures to go with you to heaven. Please watch over us as we grow.

We love you and will miss you very much!!!

Love,
Trenton, Alexia, & Cambree Meier

Barbara and Rick Hall
   Posted Sun January 13, 2013
Lynda -
Rick and I are very sad for you and your family. I don't ever remember not seeing a smile on Fred's face. We looked forward to seeing him tooling around in the golf cart at Hudson Garden's concerts. He even gave us a ride after Rick's knee surgery one year. Please know that you are in our thoughts.

Julie Hein
   Posted Sun January 13, 2013
We were so very sorry to hear about the passing of your husband/father. Please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Steve, Julie, Kendra and Kayla Hein

Kelly McKenna Meier
   Posted Sun January 13, 2013
Fred -

You were a brilliant man, a loving & caring father and a wonderful Grandfather. We will miss you!

Love,
Brian, Kelly & Madeline

Jack Troutman
   Posted Sun January 13, 2013
I am one of many who appreciate the wit and humor that Fred expressed while playing tennis on Tuesday mornings. I have this image of him smiling from ear-to-ear when he smashed a forehand past me, leaving me shaking my head. What a great guy!
He and his family are in my thoughts and prayers. I am sad to say I can not attend the memorial service as I am out of town.

MONICA AND DAVE MCKENNA
   Posted Mon January 14, 2013
WE WILL MISS FRED'S SMILE AND HUMOR. HE ALWAYS GAVE EVERYONE A HUG FOR A WELCOME OR A GOODBYE.
WE WILL KEEP CHEERING ON THE BRONCOS FOR FRED.
WE LOVE YOU LYNDA
DAVE AND MONICA

Erik Burge
   Posted Mon January 14, 2013
I would like to express my thoughts and condolences to the Meier family.

I worked with Fred the last few years at Denver Children's Home. We spent many hours discussing his work and life and I will always value the knowledge and perspective he shared. The time and effort Fred put in cannot be measured and he helped DCH continue on its mission.

I consider it a privilege that I knew him and I will be forever grateful that I had the opportunity to work with him. He will be thoroughly missed.

Marilyn McKeon
   Posted Mon January 14, 2013
Dear Lynda:

I wish to express my deepest sympathy on the loss of your husband. He will certainly be missed around the tennis court. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Marilyn McKeon

Doug & Tonya Pearson
   Posted Tue January 15, 2013
Nate and Family - We are so sorry to hear about the loss of your father, husband, grandfather and friend. It is the most difficult thing to go through and we wish you and all of your family strength in the days ahead.

Much love and many hugs to you all.
Doug, Tonya, Makenzie and Sydney Pearson

Jeff and Cary Bradley
   Posted Sun January 20, 2013
We are friends of Brian and Kelly.

You don't get over it, you just get through it. You don't get by it, because you can't get around it. It doesn't 'get better'; it just gets different. Everyday... Grief puts on a new face.... -Wendy Feireisen

Catherine and Norbert Neal
   Posted Mon January 21, 2013
Lynda, Brian, and Nathan,

I will always remember Fred's kindness to my parents, his Uncle Bert and Aunt Florence. He never passed through Western Kansas without stopping to visit them over all those years. They always loved your visits. Mom and Dad loved "Freddie" like a son- in many ways he was. Dad enjoyed his wit and ability to argue with him and mom enjoyed them both for the men they were when they laughed and spent time together.

Fred was a good man with a big heart and a kind mannerism. I'm so sorry for your loss of this kind man. Our deepest sympathy.

Catherine and Norbert

Rolf Brandt
   Posted Mon February 04, 2013
I am very sad to hear that Fred passed away. Many in the field of computer programming will miss him, his experience, his great support, his friendly way of helping out. I had contact with Fred by email and once in a while we chatted on the telephone. I still remember the first time when I called him. Since I live in Germany he told me: "You are lucky, I almost did not pick up the phone. That number looked odd." Glad he did pick it up, it resulted in a one hour conversation. I will miss our little chats.

My condolences go to his wife and children.

Rolf Brandt
Bochum, Germany

Rudolf Fuerstauer
   Posted Mon February 04, 2013
I didn't have the privilege of knowing Fred Meier personally,
but I've been very thankful for his work for many years.

This dreadful news comes as real shock.
A very sad day indeed, he will be missed.

My deepest condolences to his family and friends.

Rudolf Fuerstauer
Austria

Bernard Ertl
   Posted Tue February 05, 2013
I did not know Fred personally. I am a virtual acquaintance who shared a common interest with Fred in programming computers. While I did not know Fred very well, I did notice his absense in the programming forums where we talked shop. He will be missed and I wished to express my condolences to his friends and family. Fred was very patient and generous with me in sharing his programming efforts. I can only imagine that was a reflection of his greater personality.