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"Fred was born July 6, 1952 to Woodrow and Hannah Mary LeSueur, he passed away on August 19, 2015 at the age of 63.  Fred is survived by his two brothers, Wayne and Carl LeSueur; his three children, Hannah Manning (Lance Manning), Garrett LeSueur, and Clint LeSueur (Bjorg LeSueur) and five grandchildren: Chase Manning, Blake Manning, Alivia Manning, Alexia LeSueur and Landon LeSueur.

Fred was born in Phoenix where he lived most of his life.  Fred was a tremendous athlete and coached youth sports for many years. Fred loved his family, he was a loyal friend, had a great sense of humor, was quick witted and was an entertaining story teller."

(from AZCentral.com)



 
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08/25/15 02:58 PM #2    

Suzanne Utter (Andrews)

Prayers for family and friends. Sadden to receive the news.
God Bless
Suzanne Utter Andrews

08/26/15 12:14 PM #3    

Patty Harmon

Today it is with a heavy heart I read the sad news about Freddy's passing.  I had just this past weekend looked at my high school photo album and saw a picture of Freddy and myself at the Girls' League Carousel Dance in October 1968.  Freddy was a talented basketball player at West (so great those were the days of short shorts!)  I remember Freddy was always kind, possessed a good sense of humor, a twinkle in his eye, and a warm welcoming smile.  I wish his family peace and the ability to let happy memories of Freddy surround them. He was such a special person.  In loving memory, Patty Harmon


08/26/15 12:57 PM #4    

Brian Amerman

I am sad to hear of Fred's passing.  I knew Fred from grade school all the way through high school.  I'm certain that he will be missed by his family and friends.  May God's peace bless them now at this time of sorrow.


08/27/15 02:28 PM #5    

Will Calloway Jr.

Sad to hear about the passing of Fred Lesueur. My prays goes out to his family and love ones. Reading that he had a family that included many grandchildren established his legacy to continue for many generations.

Will


08/29/15 09:15 AM #6    

Audrey Allen (Simonson)

My heart is heavy learning this news about Fred.  He was someone I admired during my highschool years.


08/30/15 11:10 AM #7    

Norma-Jean Strickland

I, too, am stunned and saddened to learn this news. I remember Fred had the greatest smile and such a gentle, kind demeanor. May his family and friends find peace from sharing great memories.


08/31/15 05:19 AM #8    

Barbara Buchmann (Thompson)

So very sad.  His  family and friends remain in my thoughts and prayers.


08/31/15 12:41 PM #9    

Diane Young (Branstrom)

So sad to hear about Fred's passing. What a really great guy! He was a great athlete and always a great smile. Memories of watching the T-Birds playing basketball came flooding back. Those days were so memorable. Fred will be sorely missed. We will be thinking of and praying for Fred's family as they are missing their loved one!


09/01/15 05:23 AM #10    

Zella Vaughn (Usher)

I have so many wonderful memories of Fred. So sad, so young. Peace be with all his family and friends.


09/05/15 12:13 PM #11    

Terry Jones

So sad to read about Fred.  May God Bless His Family and Love ones and comfort them in their time of sorrow...


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