Frederick "Fritz" Meineke

Born in Anamosa, IA
Born on Oct 16, 1943
Departed on Apr 12, 2019

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RJ and Bob --The Fiester family sends their sympathy to you for your dad's passing.

FRITZ YOU AND I ALL WAYS TALKED ABOUT THIS DAY THAT THE GOOD LORD WOULD CALL ON ONE OF USE TO DO A JOB IN HEAVEN, THAT ONLY WE COULD DO. I KNOW THAT HE IS PLEASED WITH WHAT YOU HAVE DONE. SOME DAY WE WILL BE THERE DOING THINGS TOGETHER.DO NOT WORRY ABOUT YOUR WIFE , FOR YOUR TWO GREAT SONS ARE TAKING GREAT CARE OF HER.ENJOY YOUR NEW LIFE WITH ALL THE OTHER SCOUTS UP THERE WITH YOU,JUST KEEP AN EYE ON US. GOD BLESS ..YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. YOUR FRIENDS GARY AND CAROLYN

I am so sorry to hear about Fritz, he was a wonderful man, I always enjoyed talking to him at our family gatherings, my grandparents thought very highly of him too, I am so sorry for your loss

Linda and the Meineke Family, Extending my condolences for your loss of Fritz. Many memories of school, fun and work of our youth in Morley bring happy similes when thinking of Fritz. Rest In Peace my friend on the hill in that peaceful Green Center Cemetery.

Dear Linda, Nancy & Family. My sincerest sympathies to your whole family in the loss of Fritz. I enjoyed working with him and knowing him as a good friend. He was so kind and thoughtful during the months that followed my husband's death. May our Lord comfort you with his love and peace. Jan

Met the Mienecke family as a child in Morley. As I recall I was the 7year old in awe at Nancy's wedding. Lost track, but the last few years would see Fritz at different events and he never failed to reach out with a friendly comment. As I read the obituary, I see that Linda was a Kaune of Hazelton. I graduated from St Lukes nursing school in 1970 with Darlene Kaune of Hazleton. Can't imagine that you are not related. Sympathies to the entire family.

Met the Mienecke family as a child in Morley. As I recall I was the 7year old in awe at Nancy's wedding. Lost track, but the last few years would see Fritz at different events and he never failed to reach out with a friendly comment. As I read the obituary, I see that Linda was a Kaune of Hazelton. I graduated from St Lukes nursing school in 1970 with Darlene Kaune of Hazleton. Can't imagine that you are not related. Sympathies to the entire family.

Hi Nancy & Family, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Fritz. Nancy so fondly expressed what a wonderful brother Fritz was to her. I am sure he will be greatly missed by all. Prayers and thoughts go out to all of you at this difficult time. God Bless You.

Extending sincerest condolences to the Meineke family. Fritz always had a kind word, interesting story, a smile, and a laugh at the ready whenever I had the opportunity to talk with him. I wish you all peace and comfort in the coming days as we celebrate his life.

Nancy, Linda and family, Please accept my most sincere sympathy for the loss of Fritz. I always enjoyed chatting with Fritz and he was always able to make me laugh. I hope similar memories will bring you comfort.