Fred L. Carr

Fred L. Carr 89, passed away on Thursday, December 31, 2020. He was born in Watervliet, NY on December 27, 1931 to Fred and Louise Carr, Sr.

Fred proudly served for 25 years in the US Air Force. He later owned and operated Gingerbread Handyman Service with his wife Marcia for 30 years. Gingerbread is the art of making Victorian wood scrolling, which Fred was highly gifted at. He also enjoyed word puzzles and making other crafts.

He is survived by his wife of 40 years, Marcia Carr. A private service will be held and Fred will be laid to rest with military honors at the Gerald BH Solomon Saratoga National Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in memory of Fred to the Saratoga National Cemetery Honor Guard Association, 200 Duell Road, Schuylerville, NY 12871.

Guest Book

Dawn Wheelock Benson

Uncle Fred: Hearing of your passing brought sadness to my heart. My memories of you were only from my childhood as we moved away from New York in 1958. Last time with you was in 1964. Although there were miles between us for all these many years, you were never forgotten. Many times my family tried to reach out to you but the doors were always closed, this also sadden my heart. My mother keep your memory available to me and my brothers so you were never forgotten. I find peace in your passing, for now I know my Mom will once again be near the brother she so missed. And now when the year 2020 has ended you and your brothers and sisters are once again FAMILY! Rest in Peace my Uncle I treasure the memories I have even though they are from long ago.

Joanne Dempsky

I'm so sorry to hear about Fred's passing! Will definitely miss seeing his smile when he came shopping!
Lots of love!
Joanne (from Aldi)

Kathy and Scott Streifert

We are so so sorry to hear about Fred passing he was one of a kind he will be greatly missed !! Thinking of you.

Carol Campbell

I was so sorry to hear of Fred passing. The term "handyman" hardly described Fred's many talents. He was more of a genius and I don't know of anything he couldn't fix. I will always remember Fred for his dry sense of humor and always brought a smile to my face during our association those many years. You are in my thoughts during your time of sorrow.