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Frederick H. Mai Jr.


Frederick H. Mai Jr.

07/03/1944-05/13/2017

Fred passed away peacefully on May 13, 2017 in the loving arms of the love of his life, his

Significant Other, Mary Anne Claydon.  Besides Mary Anne, Fred is survived by his 3 sons

Richard Mai (Long Island NY), Stephen Mai (New York) and Christopher Mai

(North Carolina) and 4 Grandchildren.  Fred is also survived by his 2 Yorkie puppies Erin and Mickey which he enjoyed and adored.

Fred is preceded in death by his mother Catherine E. Mai and his father Fredrick H. Mai.

Fred retired from the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 3. Fred was involved with numerous Veterans organizations. He was a 20 year member of the Sons of American Legion Post #252; he was a former District Commander of the Sons Of American Legion, and a Past Officer of the Men’s Auxiliary VFW Post 10094.  Fred was honored throughout his years to serve on the Honor Guard of each organization.

Fred enjoyed spending his last days surrounded by Mary Anne Claydon and his loving friends.

A Celebration of Life will be held at VFW 10094 on July 1, 2017 at 3:00pm, located at 14450 Walsingham Road, Largo, Florida 33774.

Veterans Funeral Care

727-524-9202

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  • Patty Barker says:

    Fred you were the kindest person that I had the opportunity to know. The kindness you showed when my George passed was so much appreciated. May you rest now and watch over those that loved you til the end.

  • Ken says:

    Fred will be dearly missed! I’ve been a member of post 252 for 20 years and Fred was always there smiling and there to lend a hand, he’s now with Red who also was the same! God bless Fred and thank you for your service!!

  • Bonnie Fisher says:

    Fred my friend, you are at peace. I have missed you for months and have prayed everyday to be able to see that beautiful smile just one more time. You are an Awesome individual and will be truly missed by many. I salute you till we meet again my friend.

  • Dave Wingfield says:

    Fred,
    You touched a lot of lives! Everyone had their day brightened when you walked into a crowd of Veterans, Sons, Bikers and Women’s Auxiliary and anyone else that happened to be around.
    It’s certainly been my pleasure knowing you!

    RIP Fred,

    Dave Wingfield
    American Legion Post 252