Memorials made for Fred Stroming of Fall City, Snoqualmie Falls

Frederick (Fred) P. Stroming (Martin) died June 16 in Bellingham. He spent his last years in the Whatcom County area.

Fred was born Nov. 21, 1941, in Snoqualmie Falls,  to Leslie Frederick and Ellan Elizabeth Tromblay Stroming. He was raised in Fall City, attending Fall City Grade School and Mount Si High School, graduating in 1960.

Fred spent many years farming in the Fall City area and in later years in Northwestern Washington.  In the 1970s, he spent some time in Alaska as a commercial fisherman.

Fred is survived by a sister Kay (Larry) Boyle of Snoqualmie, a half-brother, Leslie Harlow of Issaquah, and numerous nieces and nephews.

Fred was helped greatly by a good friend, Rick Powell, with whom he attended church.  His childhood years were at Mount Si Lutheran Church, and in later years he attended Immanuel Lutheran Church and Clearbrook Lutheran Church in the area where he resided.

Memorials may be made to the Seattle-Tacoma American Diabetic Association, Metropolitan Park East, 1730 Minor Avenue, #920, Seattle, WA 98101, or Clearbrook Lutheran Church, PO Box 4428, Nooksack, WA 98276, in his name.


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