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KUHNL Fred

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KUHNL FRED SIEGFRIED 17.3.1950 - 13.4.2021 A Dear Friend to All, especially his devoted Mates and Friends. An Adored and much loved Dad of Tom, son of Emma (dec), brother of Harry (dec) and Karen, Leo and family and relatives. Fred passed peacefully surrounded by all he loved.

A great Bass musician, comedian, craftsman, bowler, tinkerer, thinker. He gave such joy and was so entertaining. Our Heartfelt thoughts and thanks go to Bev, Tom and Everyone who so wonderfully and beautifully cared for him. Fred will be so fondly remembered and sadly missed by us all. Rest In Peace. We Love You Fred.

Published 17th Apr, 2021
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  • KUHNL (Fred):

    Fred, superb bass player and bass singer - one of the very best. Cheeky craftsman - one of the best. So effortlessly funny - the best.

    Fred, you were, and will always be a gift to humanity.

    "Love is lovely"

    Monday, 26 April 2021 Submitted online by Chaz Botfield
  • KUHNL (Fred):

    Fred - musician who is half man half note, whistler of birdsong, bonsai gardener, author of wise sayings, fine craftsman, fitter and turner, sculptor of impractical wooden objects, maintainer of my lawn mower, bass harmoniser who can sing So Low, microscopic welder of titanium wire, and so many other things. Stan Pede, Gentleman Cowperson, you are deeply missed.

    https://www.facebook.com/john.reed.3954546/videos/10158715710638292

    Monday, 26 April 2021 Submitted online by John Reed
  • KUHNL (Fred):

    From Stephen in Ireland... Deeply felt condolences to all of Fred's family and his many friends. Always kind, warm and welcoming, a great musician and performer and the funniest man I ever met. Thanks Fred, you're a credit.

    Sunday, 25 April 2021 Submitted online by Stephen Aherne
  • KUHNL (Fred):

    Rest In Peace Fred Kuhnl, thanks for the music.

    Wednesday, 21 April 2021 Submitted online by Patrick Fairchild

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