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Fred Gonroff

Fred Gonroff

Wednesday, July 5th, 1922 - Friday, February 7th, 2020
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Obituary

Fred Gonroff, 97, of Manlius, NY passed away at home on February 7, 2020. Fred will be missed by his children, Gregory, Brian, Amy Beth; his daughter-in-law, Tami; and his grandchildren. Beloved friends Brantley, Roberta, Gunner, Sue and neighbors will also miss him dearly.

Fred attended public schools in Syracuse and is a graduate of Syracuse University with a BS in Management. He retired after thirty-five years of service with General Electric’s Heavy Military Electronics Division. After retirement from GE, Fred was employed with the Syracuse City School District Evening Adult Division in the Apprentice Machine Trades Program. He was also employed on a part time basis at OCM Boces in their Business and Industry Training Program.

Fred was a veteran of World War II (1942-1945), serving in the US Army Air Corp, 15th Air Force. He flew with the 464th Bomb Group, 779th Squadron operating out of southern Italy. During his service, his bomb group received two Presidential Unit Citations for outstanding performance against the enemy. Fred is the recipient of the Distinguished Flying Cross, Purple Heart and the Air Medal with three oak leaf clusters.

Fred loved being outdoors, doing yard work, biking and hiking. He was often seen biking in the Fayetteville-Manlius area and along the canal towpath. He rode his bike to Green Lakes to swim until just a few years ago.
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Paula Hayes

Posted at 11:55am
I worked with Fred for many years at OCM BOCES developing training programs and teaching at local companies on multiple shifts for business and industry. Fred was a wonderful, smart, and witty colleague and friend. He was one of a kind and will be missed by all. My sincere condolences to all of his family members. During our years of working together, he shared many family stories and it was always evident that his family came first. Paula Hayes
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Jim Helm

Posted at 09:34am
From the Staff at M&T Bank Manlius NY. We are sorry to hear of Fred's passing. He will truly
be missed. He was a great person and I personally will miss him coming in to cash his check with me. (Jim)
He was more than just a customer to us all. Our prayers are with the family .
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