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He and Evelyn spent many hours babysitting the grandkids.
When his grandkids had a ballgame, he was there as their most devoted fan. His quick smile and genuine love for God and others made him friends wherever he went. His family is blessed to know he is in his eternal home with the Lord.
Left to cherish his memory is his wife of fifty-eight years, Evelyn Lamfers of Sioux Center, IA; eight children: Brian (Leah) Lamfers of Sioux Center, IA, Bruce (Carol) Lamfers of Sioux Center, IA, Julie (Ken) Dragstra of Lebanon, IA, Jane Lamfers of Des Moines, IA, Jeanine (Mark) Mixdorf of Johnston, IA, Bradley (Barb) Lamfers of Minneapolis, MN, Brent Lamfers of Marshall, MN and Janet (Myles) De Jager of Johnston, IA; seventeen grandchildren and great-grandchildren; three sisters-in-law: Lila Van Dyk, Judy Reimersma and Dorothy Mouw; and many nieces, nephews and other extended family.
He was preceded in death by his brother, Ben Lamfers; his sisters: Helen Buysman, Joann Reimersma, Gladys Dykstra, and infant sister Frieda; and four grandchildren: Chris and Jeffrey Dragstra and premature twins Nicholas and Emma De Jager.
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On June 12, 1959, they were united in marriage and made their home in Sioux Center, IA. Fred worked for AMPI for the majority of his career; he started by hauling cream cans and then driving a milk truck.
He developed and cherished many of the friendships that were made with his customers and enjoyed the antics of their children as he was fondly known as “Freddy”.