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Fred Wallock

September 25, 1941 - July 28, 2016

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August 06, 2016
- 2:00 PM with a visitation one hour prior.

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Fred Wallock

September 25, 1941 - July 28, 2016

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Fred John Wallock, 74, Fargo, ND passed away Thursday, July 28, 2016 at the North Dakota Veterans Administration Hospital in Fargo. He was born on September 25, 1941 in Hankinson, ND to Peter and Harriet (Dibbert) Wallock.

Fred graduated from Hankinson High School in 1959. Upon graduation he served in the Army and was stationed in Germany. He was honorably discharged in March of 1962. That fall he went to the Wahpeton State School of Science.

In 1963, Fred was united in marriage to Sally Scheller in Great Bend, ND. The couple made their home in Fargo where they raised two children.

In 1985, Fred co-founded Air Mechanical where he worked until he retired in 2004. Prior to Air Mechnical, he worked at Robert Gibb and Sons.

Fred loved to fish as often as possible and anywhere he could following the motto, “have boat, will travel.” He also cherished the time he spent with his family and friends.

He is survived by his wife of 53 years, Sally; daughter, Dana (Max Foley) Wallock; son, David (Nancy) Wallock; brother, Michael (Phyllis) Wallock; grandchildren, Brendon and Alaina Wallock; and many other relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

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15 responses to “Fred Wallock”

  1. Deb Olson says:

    I am so sorry to hear of Fred’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are to you Sally and your family. May Fred’s love for you and his family help you through this most difficult time and your memories help with your grief. With Deepest sympathy

  2. Scott and Lori says:

    Sally and family . . we are so sorry for what your family is going through right now. I can honestly say ‘been there/done that’ and as both you and Fred were there for us when dad passed away suddenly back in 2014, so now we are here for you. Just know you aren’t alone, just know there are many prayers for you and your family to help guide you through the difficult days. We love you and are here for you if you need anything, anything at all. Our deepest sympathy to you all! And I know that dad and Fred are already causing trouble together. . just like old times! 🙂

  3. Stacy and Dale Boyer says:

    Sally and family- We are so sorry for your loss and our deepest sympathies to all of you!! Fred was SUCH A SPECIAL MAN!!!! I (Stacy) have so many fun memories of working with Fred when he would come into the DC Sales wholesale house for Air Mechanical. We would sure kid each other and give each other a hard time. We sure had fun times and so many many laughs and even after retirement when he would do things with my parents and come and play cards! I know my dad was there to greet him in heaven with open arms and show him around that heavenly paradise. He is at peace and no more suffering. Was glad I got to see him and say my goodbyes on Tuesday – you know he was a very special man to me and my family! Love and prayers!!!

  4. Rhonda and Scott says:

    Sally and family we are thinking of you and we miss Fred too!!!! He was always so fun to be around and always gave such big smiles and love to everyone he met or knew, He will be missed! Wish I could be their with you all but you are in our thoughts and prayers. Love you Sally and family, God has his arms around you all.

  5. Jennifer says:

    Our condolences, Sally. We were sad to hear of Fred’s passing. He was “one of the good guys”, always joking and having a good time. He will be missed.
    Jennifer and John Manstrom

  6. Bob and Mert Melvin. says:

    Sally, Dana ,David, and family. We are so sorry to hear about Fred’s passing. We have so many fun memories of him. His sense of humor and hearty laugh will be missed. He is now with all those great card players that he enjoyed playing cards with them. I am so glad we were able to visit with him last summer. We will truly miss him. Love to Sally and all of you. Bob and Mert.

  7. Lori Johnson Steinhau says:

    I am so sorry for your lose. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  8. Wesley Borah says:

    Sally and family our sympathies go out to you. The world has lost a great and caring man always with a smile!
    Wes and Kim Borah

  9. Marc Ratajczak says:

    Fred was a great fellow. Really going to be missed.

    We worked together with Fred on jobs quite a bit as an equipment supplier for Air Mechanical.

  10. Dennis and Mary Jo Prochnow says:

    We were in Denver for Dennis’s sister funeral over weekend. Just home today. So shocked to see in paper. Fred was such a “good” guy! He always made us laugh, and it was fun to be with him and Sally. We will miss him, and always have great memories of him. Probably will see you soon.

  11. Richard Diehl says:

    We are very sad to hear of Fred’s passing. He was one of the nicest most up beat people we knew. Fred will be missed by all who knew him. Dick and Karen Diehl

  12. David Madsen says:

    So sorry to read about Fred. He and I went to apprenticeship school together many years ago. Sending sincere sympathy and prayers to all of you.

  13. Paul and Lucy Bladow says:

    Sally and family, So sorry for your loss, our sincere sympathy, so enjoyed visiting with you guys when your mom was in the Nursing home in Hankinson, in later years at Oktoberfest and of late at some Legion meetings when the guys and the Auxiliary would have supper and drinks together,Fred was a great guy!!!

  14. Mike and Lee Worner says:

    Fred was such a good man. We enjoyed every minute spent with him. They were few and far between but special none the less. He will be deeply missed.

  15. Terry and Jane (Krause) Gollnick says:

    Sally and family, so sorry to hear and read about Fred. He was a great guy. I remember a lot of good times at Hankinson High with him and you. Our thoughts and prayers are certainly with you and your family.

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