Fred Charles Salwasser
1956 - 2019
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October 30, 1956 ˜ November 23, 2019

Fred Charles Salwasser passed away in his Vancouver, WA, home on Nov. 23, 2019. He was born Oct. 30, 1956, in Fresno, CA, to Donald and Elaine Salwasser.
Fred was a recently retired electrician and was a member of IBEW union.
He loved to golf, barbecue and spend time with his grandchildren. Fred was a very dedicated father and grandfather.
Fred is survived by his father, Don Salwasser; brother, Pete Salwasser; sister, Cheryl Salwasser and sons, Joel Gibson and Brian Salwasser.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Elaine Salwasser.
Memorial service will be held at Heritage Church, 8803 NE 76th St., Vancouver, on Dec. 7, 2019, at 1 p.m.
Evergreen Memorial Gardens is in charge of arrangements.
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Published in The Columbian on Dec. 3, 2019.
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December 7, 2019
I enjoyed our walking and talking on the Burnt Bridge Trail...RIP Fred.
December 4, 2019
Always Bouquet - VASE INCLUDED
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Michael Bevill
December 4, 2019
I am so sorry for your loss. Fred was truly a great friend of mine for over 40 years. We played baseball,softball, darts and golf together. He was always there when I needed his help or just hang out. I will miss him. Once again I am so sorry for your loss.
Michael Bevill
December 3, 2019
Joel and Brian and family
We are so very sorry to hear of Fred's unexpected passing. We know it must be very difficult for you all. Wayne had talked to Fred at least 4 times in the weeks prior to our leaving for Australia and he was so looking forward to o retirement. Sorry we are unable to make it to the service but we will be praying for all of you and Fred. God bless, Wayne and Katrina Golder
Wayne Golder
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