March 17, 1918 — April 14, 2014
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Frederick Wilbur Heymann, 96, a 23-year resident of Cameron Park, Calif., passed away peacefully in his home on April 14, 2014. He was born and raised in Burns, Kansas, on March 17, 1918, the youngest of eight children.
Fred served as a Master Sergeant in the U.S. Army during World War II. He worked as a general manager for Sachs and Sons Lincoln Mercury in Downey, Calif. After retirement, he and Pauline made their home in Cameron Park. He was a tennis player, and avid gardener and a sports enthusiast.
Fred is survived by his sons, Roy Walking (Judy) and Fred P. Heymann (Kathy); six grandchildren, Debbie, Billy, Danny, Carrie, Eric and Brooke; and 11 great-grandchildren, Kelly, Mary, Brentton, Taylor, Max, David, Gavan, Graham, Collin, Connor and Caleb.
Fred was a loving, kind patient husband, father and grandfather He will be deeply missed and lovingly remembered.