Date: Friday 4th March 2022
Fred's funeral service will take placate Accrington Crematorium, Burnley Road, Accrington BB5 6HA
On Friday 18th February 2022, peacefully at home, Fred aged 80 years of Great Harwood passed away peacefully in his sleep.
Dearly loved husband of Christine, loving brother of Carol, much loved dad to Tracey, Julie, Karen and Adele also a loving Grandad, Great Grandad, brother in law and friend. In recent years Fred took great strength from his close friend Carl.
Fred was born in Clitheroe and was one of ten children, he attended Low Moor Primary School before moving on to finish his education at Ribblesdale High School.
Upon leaving school Fred became a farmer this was something that Fred was thoroughly passionate about at he worked in Bolton By Bowland, before moving to another Job in farming in Wimborne and then settling back into Clitheroe and working for Neotechnic sometimes work home life balance was hard especially when he had a wife and four daughters to care for.
Fred had many interests and hobbies and made some great friends along the way.
Fred was indeed a family man lovingly surrounded by his wife, children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.
He will be sadly missed but fondly remembered by all who had the pleasure of knowing and loving him.
Please feel free to leave a message for Fred’s online memorial book by completing the form below.
MESSAGES for the family of Fred Robinson
So sorry for your loss was a good person sending love and hugs to all.
Peter & Mary Northover
He was a true gentleman and will be missed by many!!
Fred was one of Clitheroe’s well known and well thought of blokes, I worked with him in the 70s always a good crack with his cheeky smile R.i.p. FRED
Sorry for ur loss my heart goes out to all of Fred’s family and friends at this very sad time I never had the pleasure of meeting Fred myself but I know he will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved him goodnight god bless fly with the angels R.I.P xx
Very sorry Christine and Family, from Denis Bergman, I remember the good times, when we all met. At School, playing football, and working together for many years at 3M Neotchnic.
I could not have asked for a better Father-in-law. I will miss your sense of humour and I remember when I asked for your permission to marry Tracey and you said, “good luck” but I knew you were chuffed that your eldest daughter had finally found happiness. I also recall you saying, “I’m not wearing a bloody penguin suit’ for the wedding…. so funny. It will be a sad day on Friday 4th March when we say our final goodbye, but it will also be an opportunity to celebrate the life of a loving, caring man. RIP Fred – we will miss you.