Frederick M. Burroughs

frederick burroughs
Survivors include Freddie's wife of 52 years, Cecilia Y. Burroughs; children Ricky (Debbie), David (Sandy), Kay (Jim), & Johnny; grandchildren, Kristin, Michelle, Jaymes, Gus, Alyse, Leia, Brianna, & Michael; & great-grandchildren, Katie & Josh. Words cannot express the sorrow we feel in his absence.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. Michelle and family – I am very sorry to hear of your loss. God just needed another angel and chose your grandfather. He is no longer in pain and is smiling down on your entire family now. Please know that we are thinking of you and your family during this time.

  2. Uncle Fred, I know you and Dad are somewhere sitting on a porch sipping a cool drink and having a great time catching up. You would always remember which treats each person was fond of and would provide them for us. You are greatly missed. Love, Teresa

  3. Grandpa, I’m glad I got to spend so much time with you while I was growing up. And even though you weren’t always around when we were running around with Grandma and even though you weren’t always as chatty as Grandma is on the phone, I know that you have an unconditional love for us all. Today is no different. I may not be able to see you or hear you anymore, but I still know that you’re watching me and Katie and Josh. We will remember you by enjoying life and trying to always find humor in it, (because you certainly taught us in your later years that there is humor in almost everything). I know you were proud of me and I hope you know that I am also proud of you. Thanks for the watermelons 🙂

  4. CiCi I remember the times when Fred and I were car-poolers to Springfield when the building first opened. After he retired, it is unfortunate that through the years we did not keep in touch. I am sorry to hear of your loss and hope you and the children and grandchildren will enjoy the many memories of all the good times you had together. May God bless you and help you through this very sad time.

  5. Cici, I am so sorry to hear about Fred. He was the best. We worked hard in Appliance Service but we had alot of fun. I still have the elephant that you and Fred gave me. I took it to my new home in Florida. I am so sorry that I did not keep in touch with you and Fred. I truly enjoyed the good times that we had. Sincerely, Marcia Chicarella Carper

  6. To Fred’s Family: I worked with Fred. I considered him a real friend. I am terribly sorry for your loss. Fred was a wonderful person, extremely funny and almost always right. I know how much he loved his family, how important you all were to him. Unfortunately, people like him are so hard to find. He will be sorely missed by everyone who knew him. Terri Crum

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