- 76 years old
- Date of birth: May 7, 1935
- Place of birth:
New York, United States
- Date of passing: Jan 18, 2012
- Place of passing:
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
|Gone But Not Forgotten|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Fred Bissert, 76, born on May 7, 1935 and passed away on January 18, 2012. We will remember him forever. If you would like to be notified about Freds memorial service please send your contact information to email@example.com.
Fred's memorial services are listed below:
Las Vegas, April 14, 2012 Was a wonderful success. Thank you to all who came, it was lovely!
Upstate, New York June 16th, 2012 - Christ Luthern Church. 105 Center St., Ellenville, NY 11:00am Thank you to all who came, it was a lovely day with beautiful memories!
Long Island, August 3rd, Calverton Cemetary 2:30pm interment, Life celebration to follow. Another wonderul tribute to a truly wonderful man who touched many many lives, he is now at rest in Calverton National Cemetary, Lond Island, NY.
Thanks again to all who shared their experiences of Freddie!
"Another year has passed Freddie. I miss you, my old friend, and the conversations we had. You were on in a million . . . RIP"
"I can't believe it is 5 years. I'm sure you are having a ball up there with our relatives. I know my Dad has you playing cards. We miss you and know you are in a better place."
"Dad, we constantly are reminded of your laughter and zest for life; thank you for the signs. Joyce has joined you in heaven; time for some fun! We miss you."
"We never forget you bro and stay always in our mind. RIP Friend!
Your Belgium friends!"
"I still miss your big smile and our telephone conversations. RIP, my friend."
"Happy birthday Freddie old pal. Too bad I can't take you out to party but I'm thinking of it anyhow. I guess I'll be seeing you fairly soon!"
"happy birthdayI 'm sure you are riding you are riding your motorcycle
where ever you are!"
"happy birthdayI 'm sure you are riding you are riding your motorcycle
where ever you are!"
"Fred, I met you when you moved into 229 Greenbriar, I was your next door neighbor @ 231 Greenbriar. We instantly bonded because we were both Long Islanders. We both donated our time on the board of directors with Elliot Krause and another NYPD detective. 4 New Yorkers got stuff DONE there. I still drive thru Greenbriar and remember the address signs you donated and put up JUST because you wanted to make our home a better place. I used to call you after my home in Greenbriar was foreclosed on just to shoot the shit. When I started to get only your voicemail and I knew something was wrong. My life has been turned upside down, but I always wondered if everything was OK. I finally got on the computer and found out you had passed. Goodbye old friend. By the shear number of tributes to you I can see you were exactly who I thought you were, a great person who was always concerned about others before yourself!!! Long Island New York Forever!! Enjoy your bike in Heaven, cause I KNOW that is where you are....Rich"
"hello uncle four years time does fly fast . i read a few and one said about you being gods right hand.well ill say you probably his right hand and helping with the air flights as well ,getting everyone with who they need to be with.love you miss you and all the family as well."
"Rest in peace, old friend. And thanks for the memories."
"WOW! 4 years already! I remember the day like it was yesterday and as strange as it may seem, I flew to Vegas this morning.... Creepy! Wish you were here for our annual dinner. You are missed!"
"Last night the remnants of the Outback Pack (Joanie, Eric and I) went to Olive Garden and talked about Freddie. Too bad Eric has no one to argue with anymore. Fred is sure missed."
"Happy Birthday my friend, we never forget you! Your Belgium friends"
"Can't believe it is 4 years already. You must be God's right hand man by now. Knew you'd go up the ladder. Miss your great smile and the fun times we had together. Say hi to all the folks we love up there"
"Even though our lives went in different directions I always remember all the amazing things we did together especially our two children.."
"Happy Birthday Dad. John is on his way to Vegas and will be closer to your presence. Give him a wink and a nudge to let him know you're okay. We miss you! Love, John, Diane, Taylor and Trevor"
"Happy Birthday in Heaven, my old friend. We still miss you here on Long Island."
"Just a quick note to say we of the Las Vegas "Outback Pack" never forget your birthday! I, personally my friend, think of you every day and of all the good times we had. I sure miss you, Freddie......."
"Happy birthday Fred. Wish you were here so we could celebrate.
Frank misses your soccer chats, and I miss the great jokes you always sent me,
forever in our minds Gloria & Frank"
"Another year, Fred, and I still miss your smile and our conversations. We lost a few more good friends this year, and I hope you're all together having a big party. Happy Birthday, my friend."
"Well Freddie, it's now 3 years since you (and in 3 days my daughter and your friend, Laura) left us here in this world. You are thought of and missed every day, my pal forever."
"Your stories, your smile, your jokes are all wonderfully warm memories of a truly gentle-man and friend. It doesn't seem like it is three years but then again you are timeless...keep an eye on all of us please. Love, aud"
"Can't believe its already 3 yrs. Can still see your wonderful smile & great laugh. Miss you Freddie. You were always a good friend."
"Well Fred another year.Seems like just yesterday we were all sitting on your patio drinking beer and laughing. miss you Gloria and Frank"
"I can not hear "Vegas" without thoughts of Fred. I keep one of his Pan Am "gone but not forgotten" on my desk.......for him it was P.A., but for me it's him also."
"we still miss him, also his visits to Lanaken. Forever in our thoughts !!!!
claire & maurice"
"Always in our mind."
"We still miss you, my friend. I can still see your smile and hear your voice. Happy Birthday, and thanks for all the warm memories."
"Happy Birthday Fred, Renea and I miss you. It was our sons birthday the 5th and on that day his god child was born. The first week of May had given us some great joys in our life. God Bless."
"HAPPY BIRTDAY. We miss you. we are getting ready to go to Ireland again, and w ish you were here to go with us. Miss you Gloria & Frank"
"Happy B- day my friend !!
We will drink one tonight, thinking about you and the good times had ..."
"Eric, Joanie and I will toast to your birthday this Wednesday. We wish you could be with us........."
"Freddie, I still miss you every day. The last time you were the topic of my conversation was.......Yesterday!!! As always, I never get dates or times right so I'm a little late writing this. You and my daughter Laura are now gone 2 years. Never forgotten...........Your friend Eddie"
"Wow how time flies , I have to agree that a day doesn't go by that you aren't missed, I still want to call you and laugh with you and listen to your voice and especially hear you laugh! I must say Dad that you have given me so many wonderful memories and every time I share a story about you everybody smiles. hugs and kisses love your daughter"
Not a day goes by that we don't think of you. Christmas was very quiet without your laugh and making the breakfast casserole for me. We hope you are enjoying your birthday and wish we could be together to celebrate. Love always, John, Diane, Taylor and Trevor"
miss you my friend
claire and maurice
"Happy Veterans Day,
Today I went to visit you at your last home out in Calverton, I thought it was apropos as you were such a military guy at heart, a man who always believed in his country and their forces. They did a beautiful job on your stone. I miss you lots, Love me"
"Happy Birthday Dad. We hope the party is just the way you like it; with friends and family all around.
We still hear your laugh throughout the house.
Taylor, your only granddaughter, is graduating high school in a few weeks and I know you will be with her as she walks to receive her diploma proudly. Keep with her on her journey to Nebraska."
"happy birthday my friend"
"Well, Freddie; things are changing. The Outback is gone. Our favorite Chinese restaurant is gone. The Outback Pack is no more. We are all over the place. But do not worry-------I will find someplace to celebrate this coming Tuesday Wish you could be with me but you are like your favorite airline - "Gone but not Forgotten". Happy 78th Birthday my friend ! ! !"
"Fred was a great guy and Rich and I enjoyed coming to his service in Las Vegas. What you are doing to keep him alive is fantastic. So many people are forgotten once they are buried and it is nice that you are keeping his memory alive forever."
"We lost a good friend when you left Long Island, Freddie. I will always remember our visits in Vegas (too few), our phone calls and the great e-mails we shared. But the one thing I remember most, and the sentiment that was your hallmark is your happy voice saying "Tom, my door is always open . . ." God Bless you, my friend."
"Happy Birthday Fred! Your spirit lives on in all of us...you touched all of our lives. Rest in Peace."
"Just thinking of my friend Freddie on his birthday. Always on my mind and in my heart. I also posted on his facebook page, which I guess will always remain there."
"Memories never fade and his joy of life with his family and grandchildren will always be cherished. Guides us well with the glass always half full."
"When my husband and I moved to Ireland, Fred said he would come see us. I thought everyone says that, but true to his word he came the following year and we had a great time. He loved to travel and see new places and meet new people. He is sadly missed. You are always in our hearts Fred Gloria and Frank Omeara"
"Fred Fred Fred, I miss you so very much... a true friend no matter what or when he was always there for me and I am forever grateful. Upbeat outgoing he would always make you welcome... great guy with wonderful family, friends that shows it. Being the first to know but waiting for last day to write?why?? Cuz i didn't want to say goodbye twice. God Bless You - with much love Lauri"
"Marie and I have missed a friend. We know how thankful we are to have had him as a friend. May he rest in peace."
"Bissert, laugh, love, hugs had my back, New Yorker no matter where he was, twinkle in his eye, my buddy and a great loss. No one to replace him. Rest in Peace big guy and keep watching, Love you .....J"
"Fred how I will miss your kindness and friendship.My memories will last forever till we see each other again. We will miss you at our monthly dinners, they won't be the same.Love Karen and the dinner gang"
"My dear Fred how I will never forget your kindness and friendship. You were such a special person and my memories will carry me till we see each other again. Have fun with Lori and my Frank till we are all together once again.You will be missed at our monthly dinners. Love always, karen and the dinner gang"
"Fred was a man of character and honor. He loved a social gathering and was very family oriented. He was a wonderful uncle to us all, and my husband Tony cherished and admired him all of his life. We have enjoyed a close relationship with him, both in NY and CA. Many wonderful memories were shared with that man. He will be missed and always loved."
"Fred was never without a big hug and great smile. Life was to be enjoyed and he did indeed. His love for his family showed time and again. He will be missed by many but never forgotten. Our toast to good memories. Beth & George"
"What can I say that hasn't been said by all the wonderful friends and family that surrounded Fred. I never saw him unhappy. Always with a smile and a hug for everyone. Loved his motor cycle and would drop in to visit (in California). He had a big heart and we will miss his smiling face."
"Where to start! A man that wasn't just a friend but like a father as well! Some memories: Hanging with Fred at the Boardy Barn, hanging in Vegas, having a couple of beers and discussing how he was going to miss JB (and how he just built the pool). Fred(Dad) Your spirit and memory will always be part of those who had the honor and privilege to know you. You'll be missed."
"what can i say but WOW!! seems like yesterday i was at home with john and Nancy watching them open gifts at Christmas and now all grown up, it seems that once you get past the age of 21 that takes for ever to get to as a kid , the time fly's away . will miss him"
""Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us every day!"
My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
"I have known Freddie for well over 25 years. Met through the Blue Knights & stayed friends forever. Since he moved to Nevada we kept in contact by phone & occasional vists. He always made me welcome in his home. Always had a big smile, a wonderful laugh & a heart as big as Texas. Many good times were had. I will miss him so very much. Rest in peace. Love, Diane"
"At a time in my life when I needed love and support the most, Fred took me into his house with, my cousin, Terry and Nancy for one glorious summer. I have never forgotten that wonderful time and how I was forever part of the Bissert family. It was my second home one where I was always welcome. The last time I saw Fred in he was ready to party. Love you Fred, you will be greatly missed."
"So shocked and saddened to hear of Freds passing. We met Fred and Nancy when they came to visit my sister in Ireland, Fred kept in touch sending me jokes on a regular basis. Will be sadly missed. Our deepest sympathy to the entire family.
John and Barbara Bowen."
"Fred, or Uncle Freddie was a total sweetheart- such a nice man- if his day was composed of upset, you would never know. A smile was constantly on his face, not ever a frown. Therefore I dub him to be the "powerhouse of positivity"- great man, gave wonderful hugs, and he will be with us in spirit. He will give God a big old belly laugh daily. Love to all <3"
"R.I.P. FRED BISSERT, GOD BLESS THE ENTIRE BISSERT FAMILY
DURING THESE TIMES.
PAN AM ROSIE ROSENSTEIN
SPRING HILL FLORIDA"
"Fred was a dedicated communicator, always IMing me whenever he and were on line together. My Husband and I worked with Fred for WeServe, but beyond that I rode my motorcycle with Fred on several trips. The most memorable was a trip to a ranch here in Las Vegas where he knew the owners. I always wanted to follow up with them but never got around to it. Fred was a generous/sharing man."
"Even though I'd only known Fred since Dec 2010, when I was in town visiting my brother Robert (Fred's friend and co-worker), we broke bread together, shared lengthy convos about writing and had great laughs!!! Sending light and love to Fred's family and closest friends ;D"
"You will be missed by both Frank and myself. We remember when you and Nancy came to visit us in Ireland and the good time we had. We had no idea about your passing and only found out a few moments ago when we talked to our relatives in Ireland, as somehow we did not receive the email from the family. Again our deepest sympathy"
"Mr. "B".. Thanks for all the laughs and memories.. You were always a lot of fun and the "coolest" Dad around. You always knew how to have the most fun in life! I am sure you are in heaven looking down on your family with the biggest smile ever!!! Luv di"
"Freddie and I spoke after the holidays and I promised to stop on my road trip this summer. While I knew Fred when he was in NYI and I in NYX my fondest memories of him will always be our "pre-convention" trip through Utah on the way to Colorado for Convention. I will miss your laugh and smile but will keep you in my heart and thoughts. Jo"
"Fred, I see you flying around up there on your bike with your gigantic smile full of life!! May you watch over all of your loved ones and be in peace"
""my friend" i don't believe it...
i recived this morning a call , with the message that you passed away.
but you forgot something.. you promissed me to come to belgium this year. will never forget you, you will be always in our harts.
claire and maurice"
"Fred, Eddie and i will always remember you, your big smile and your big heart.We love you.Thank you for your friendship.Rest in peace."
"From Lk. Ronk., NY to Las Vegas, Nv., the mcl. trips across USA, our co-employment & as condo. neighbors in L.V. Though we often had strong disagreements, I look back with fond memories of our many years of friendship, as co-workers and road warriors together thru memories thick & thin....May he forever rest in peace."
"Freddie, I found out by chance that you have left us. I am deeply touched by your untimely passing. Just a week ago I spoke to you over SKYPE and you were complaining about an intestinal virus problem. I had no idea how serious it was and cheered you up by telling you to take medication and see a doctor!
With tears in my eyes, I miss you Freddie! Bob + Silke"
"My best friend Freddie: Fred and I met close to 5 years ago at an Outback Steakhouse in Las Vegas. After a couple of hours of conversation he said to me: "I think we may become true friends some day." He was correct. We have traveled together, helped each other when needed and shared lots of good times. For the rest of my life I will miss him more than I can possibly put into words."
"Frederica, I still tell the story from when we were in Boulder City watching the World Hand Cart Championships and the only sighted guy on the blind team's cart fell off leaving them to crash. I definitely miss the football and events together. Your friend, John"
"We are so sorry to hear about Fred's passing Our prayers are with him and his family. He will always be remembered as a friend and fellow Blue Knight. We will always remember "Zoobus" and our trip to the zoo. Mark & Maria, BK NY1"
"Even though Fred was not a personal friend of mine, he attended seminars in the HOA industry and was always quick with a smile and a very friendly man. His children should be proud that he respresented himself so well."
"my husband dennis and i came from national airlines to pan am and as with all the other pan am people freddie welcomed us with open arms. always a smile on his face and always there to help when you had a problem. the world will be a little sadder without him and our sympathies are with his family for their loss. god rest your soul fred!!!"
"Freddie.....Although we lost touch when you moved off Long Island you will always be remembered as a friend and a brother Knight (Blue Knights NY1).....Gary & Evie"
"Larissa and I will miss you. You are in our thoughts and prayers"
"Fred and I had just talked on Skype. We had worked together at Pan Am for many years and it was good chating with him. He will be missed. Every year I host a party at my house for my Pan Am friends and every year Freddie wanted to attend, but something always came up. When I last talked to him he said he was going to make it this year. He will be with us in spirit this year."
"The angels looked down from heaven one night
They searched for miles afar,
And deep within the distance
They could see a shining star.
They knew that very instant
That the star was theirs to gain,
So they took you up to heaven
Forever to remain.
Look down on us from heaven
Keep us free from hurt and pain,
You'll always be within my heart
Until we meet again"
"Renea and I will miss you. We enjoyed our times at We Serve and Monday Night football at Sam's Town. God Bless Fred."
"Kari and I just saw Fred a couple weeks ago. We brought our new son Jonah to meet him. I will miss my good friend who has been there for me. Thanks for all good times we had. I love you bud."
"It doesn't matter what Fred's bank account was, the sort of house he lived in, or the kind of car he drove.........but the world is a better place because of the impact FRED has had on the lives of his family and friends. Thank You!
We lift our glass to FRED!!!! Till We Meet Again!!!! David & Jane"
A man who lived his life with a glass half full attitude. Full of life, always a smile. I will miss your phone calls.! Watch over us!"
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