In memory of
Fredrick Eisenhardt
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In memory of
Fredrick Eisenhardt
Eisenhardt, Fredrick 11/26/1948 - 2/5/2020 Hudson, Michigan After a brief illness, Fredrick Rickards Eisenhardt, of Hudson MI, quietly slipped away on Wednesday, February 5, 2020 at Flower Hospital, Toledo, OH. He was 71 years old. Fred graduated from Ann Arbor's own University High School in 1967 and continued his studies at Northern Michigan University, graduating in 1972, where he earned his Degree in Business Administration. During his time there he was recognized as an multiple "All American" Swimmer (Butterfly) on the NMU Swim Team. Fred was a dedicated free spirit and frequently vowed never to be held in by four walls or chained to a desk. He spent the majority of his life in pursuit of his love of woodworking. He employed his immense talent by building and renovating lovely homes for appreciative customers throughout Michigan and as far away as Germany. He is survived by his deeply loved daughter, Haley Eisenhardt Chopp, her husband Brandon, a crazy Black Labrador named Buddy, two brothers and their wives, Josh and Jackie Eisenhardt, of Vienna Virginia, John Eisenhardt and Kathy Nohr of Dexter, Michigan, two sisters and their husbands, Anne and Steve Schwartz of Nellysford, Virginia, and Betsy and Ken Koss of Boyne City, Michigan. He is also survived by three nieces, three step-nephews and their respective spouses. His extended family includes a step-Mom and two step-sisters and their families. At Fred's request, there will be no formal services, however, on February 28, 2020 his family and group will convene at 7:00 PM EST at the Hudson First United Methodist Church, 420 W. Main St., Hudson MI, 49247. They invite all family and friends to come and join them to celebrate his life and to tell stories of the wonderful time they all shared with this incredible man. A private Internment ceremony will be conducted later in the year. In Lieu of flowers, the family requesting donations to the Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired via their website: Lighthouse-sf.org
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In memory of
Fredrick Eisenhardt
Eisenhardt, Fredrick 11/26/1948 - 2/5/2020 Hudson, Michigan After a brief illness, Fredrick Rickards Eisenhardt, of Hudson MI, quietly slipped away on Wednesday, February 5, 2020 at Flower Hospital, Toledo, OH. He was 71 years old. Fred graduated from Ann Arbor's own University High School in 1967 and continued his studies at Northern Michigan University, graduating in 1972, where he earned his Degree in Business Administration. During his time there he was recognized as an multiple "All American" Swimmer (Butterfly) on the NMU Swim Team. Fred was a dedicated free spirit and frequently vowed never to be held in by four walls or chained to a desk. He spent the majority of his life in pursuit of his love of woodworking. He employed his immense talent by building and renovating lovely homes for appreciative customers throughout Michigan and as far away as Germany. He is survived by his deeply loved daughter, Haley Eisenhardt Chopp, her husband Brandon, a crazy Black Labrador named Buddy, two brothers and their wives, Josh and Jackie Eisenhardt, of Vienna Virginia, John Eisenhardt and Kathy Nohr of Dexter, Michigan, two sisters and their husbands, Anne and Steve Schwartz of Nellysford, Virginia, and Betsy and Ken Koss of Boyne City, Michigan. He is also survived by three nieces, three step-nephews and their respective spouses. His extended family includes a step-Mom and two step-sisters and their families. At Fred's request, there will be no formal services, however, on February 28, 2020 his family and group will convene at 7:00 PM EST at the Hudson First United Methodist Church, 420 W. Main St., Hudson MI, 49247. They invite all family and friends to come and join them to celebrate his life and to tell stories of the wonderful time they all shared with this incredible man. A private Internment ceremony will be conducted later in the year. In Lieu of flowers, the family requesting donations to the Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired via their website: Lighthouse-sf.org
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