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In Memory

George "Warren" Frigon

George Warren Frigon
December 29, 1928 - June 29, 2016

George Warren Frigon, 87, passed away peacefully at home on June 29th, 2016 with his daughter, Linda by his side.

Warren was born in Syracuse, New York on December 29, 1928. He moved to Alaska in 1976, working for the Alyeska Pipeline, and retiring in 1992. Throughout his life in Alaska Warren was also a Mason at Lodge 13, an Auxiliary at VFW 9785, as well as a Men's Auxiliary at VFW 9785.

Warren enjoyed fishing, woodworking and photography. He also enjoyed going to the VFW with his good friends of many years where he enjoyed his favorite drink, Scrap Iron.

Warren will be dearly missed by his daughter Linda (Bill) Adamo; grandchildren Sherri (Bryan) Turner, William (Monique) Adamo, Traci (John) Bertollini, Jeff (Kate) Frigon, Jennifer (Nick) Gallo, Brandon Martin; great-grandchildren Haile, Jenah, Lia, Gavyn, Luke, Andrew, Chase, Riley, Mariella, and Grady. He is also survived by his favorite daughter-in-law Peggy, many nieces and nephews, and by his Alaska daughter, Betty and Alaska son, Scott.

Warren is preceded in death by his parents, brothers and sisters. He is also preceded by his son Robert, daughter Deborah, and Wife Kathy.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to an animal shelter of your choice

A celebration of life will be held on Wednesday, July 6th at 6:00 p.m. at the VFW Post #9785; 10527 VFW Rd., Eagle River, AK 99577.

Arrangements are with Janssen's Eagle River Funeral Home.

Janssen's Eagle River Funeral Home

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07/07/16 08:44 AM #1    

Melanie Wagg

I so enjoyed working with Friggy (as I called him, he called me Melon).  He was such a wonderful and enjoyable person, as was his wife Kathy.  I continued to see and visit with him over the years at many retirement lunches.  Another wonderful Pipeliner gone to rest. 

07/08/16 09:14 AM #2    

Wayne Fredeen

Friggy and his wife Kathy were kind loving folks.  I car pooled with him and Steve Newcomer from Eagle RIver for some time and just loved to be in his company.  He was so positive, so full of energy, so considerate, so helpful, so knowledgeable....just loved that man.

07/08/16 01:19 PM #3    

Carol King (Lee-Mindlin)

So sorry to hear.  He was the greatest!

01/15/18 03:23 PM #4    

Mike Smulski

For some reason I was thinking about Warren. He was a breath of fresh air, always cheerful and relaxed. His shop was always in order, and always provided good service with a smile. Well done, Warren.

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