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Fred Klinger

Fred Klinger

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Fred Klinger 61, of Mechanicsburg, passed away, Saturday May 22, 2021 at home.

He was the son of the late William Klinger and Judith Klinger of Enola, PA.

He is survived by his loving wife Sharon, daughter Amber, and brother Jeffrey from Mechanicsburg. He is also survived by a sister Tammy Henry and husband Jeff of Newport, also sister-in-law Georgene Poticher and Father-in-law George Poticher of Enola, brother-in-law James Poticher and wife Amy off Enola, sister-in-law Susan Klinger wife of Bill Klinger who proceeded Fred in death, and many nieces, nephews, friends, and loved ones.

Fred was an avid sports player of hockey and wiffle ball and softball and loved to teach the kids how to play.  He loved fishing until they kept raising the cost of the license. He was a Nascar fan (Dale Earnhardt) and Philly flyers was his hockey team. He also had a stand for many years at the flea market. Fred will be greatly missed and still very much loved. Fred was a very gentle giant, until he was not, then you knew to get out of the way!

There will be a visitation at Sullivan Funeral Home, 51 N. Enola Dr, Enola between 6-8pm Tues, May 25th.

The Sullivan Funeral Home is honored to serve the Klinger family.


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  1. I always enjoyed talking to Fred and Sharon when we were neighbors. They got me watching wrestling and Stone Cold Steve Austin. I send prayers to Sharon and family.

  2. Looking back, we knew how to have fun, settled our differences, and never needed grownups supervising. You don’t see that today. Good and lasting memories.

  3. Howey met Fred when they both worked at Valk Manufacturing. They became fast friends. They went fishing and set up next to each other at the Silver Spring Flea Market and eventually the Williams Grove Steam Engine Flea Market. Sharon and I also became fast friends. We spent much time together and were invited to join them for Christmas Day Dinner each year. We will miss Fred immensely.

  4. Sharon, our hearts go out to you. We were looking forward to working with you and Fred at the reunion this year.

  5. You couldn’t have described Freddie any better than you did in the obituary – a “gentle giant.” He was a tremendous help to me in the District Office at CV. He was also a good friend of my husband, Bill. A huge spot that will never be filled. God is happy to have him in His family now. My heartfelt condolences to you, Sharon, and family. BJ

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