Frederick Gilbert

Frederick Robert Gilbert

Saturday, February 16th, 1952 - Wednesday, June 24th, 2020
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Passed away, after a courageous battle, on Wednesday, June 24, 2020 at Lakeridge Health Oshawa, at the age of 68. Beloved husband of Cheryl Green. Loving father of Charles and Timothy. Cherished grandfather of 5. Dear son of John and Lorraine and brother of John and Dianne.

Fred served as a Corporal in the Canadian Army for 7 years. He then went on to work for General Motors for 31 years. He took great pleasure in spending time outdoors, especially fishing.

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Linda Falls

Posted at 11:29am
My condolences to Cheryl, Charles, Timothy, Aunt Lorraine, Cousin Dianne and Cousin John and other family members I may not know. I remember my cousin Freddie and family coming up from the city to visit us country relatives. I lost touch with most of my family over the years but, a memory I have at maybe age 13, (so I guess Fred would have been about 18), is thinking of Fred as being so much older, tall, dark, handsome, suave, and debonair. RIP Fred and all the best to everyone during these diffcult times.

Alan Mac Donald

Posted at 10:44am
I did not know Fred personally. I can see by the comments made that he was a well appreciated member of our re-enactment community. Please accept, on behalf of our 4th Michigan, Company C Members our deepest condolences at this very difficult time. Alan Mac Donald, 4th Michigan, Company C

Ken Cook

Posted at 09:36am
Fred was a good teacher, I learned a lot from him about history. Gonna miss those chats.

James Clement

Posted at 09:33am
Rest well Friend. Will miss our talks around the camp fires.
Jim Clement

hartley levine

Posted at 09:25am
As a member of the American Civil War Historical Reenactment Society Fred joined his friends in the annual cleanup of the Gettysburg Battle Field. A good weekend had by all. Sadly Fred is joined by several members in this picture that are no longer with us. RIP my friend

Hartley Levine

Brian Posted at 10:35am

Brian Gibbs Fred and I quickly found common ground in our mutual love of history through the ages. We also enjoyed talking about the fact that the Gilbert and the Gibbs people were members of the Clan Buchanan and spoke often about our Scottish heritage. We found more common ground in our love of Canada and our both being Armed Forces veterans. Fred was always kind to my wife, Beverley and me. We enjoyed our many in-camp conversations together. He will be sorely missed as both a good, kindly friend and very knowledgeable amateur historian. Until we meet again, Dear Friend, around the great campfire in the Eternal Bivouac, your memory will remain forever with us. Sincerely, Miss Beverley and Padre Brian 4th Michigan State Volunteers

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