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Frederick (Freddy) J. Nee
July 18, 1959 ~ March 22, 2023 (age 63) 63 Years Old
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Frederick (Freddy) J. Nee died on March 22, 2023, peacefully at home, surrounded by loved ones after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer.
Fred leaves behind his wife, Li Nee, son Liam Nee, stepsons Douglas and Thomas Anderson, his siblings William Nee Jr. and his wife Susan of Everett, Ann Witkowski and her partner Richard Semerjian of Greenland, New Hampshire, John Nee and his wife Susan of Woburn, Scott Nee and his wife Maria of Melrose, Louise Perillo and husband Richard of Reading, very special cousins Matthew MacMillan and his wife Jeannine of Tewksbury, Robert MacMillan and his wife Cristina of Revere, William MacMillan and his wife Frederika of Lynn. He is predeceased by his Parents, William Nee Sr. & Anne and brother Timothy Nee.
Fred was born on July 18, 1959, in Boston and was a lifelong resident of Everett, MA. He was the fourth child of seven born to Bill & Anne Nee. Fred attended Everett High School and was a longtime employee of Massachusetts DCR (formerly MDC) managing many skating rinks, most recently in South Boston and Boston’s North End.
Fred was a kind, generous person with a strong faith in God. He was a devoted husband and father, his greatest joy in life was his son, Liam. He was an amazing brother to his six siblings, beloved uncle, and a loving cousin. He loved long, scenic car rides, the beach, his Harley Davidson motorcycle, and all Boston sports teams, especially the Bruins. Fred was the best friend a person could ask for and he made everyone feel special. Fred was the go-to guy when anyone needed a “Guy” for anything. His greatest passion in life was to help others, make people happy and to spend time with his family. The world was a better place with Fred in it and he will be sorely missed by many.
Visiting hours will be held at the Salvatore Rocco Funeral Home 331 Main St. Everett on Sunday March 26th from 1-4pm followed by a funeral Mass to be Celebrated in Our Lady of Grace 194 Nichols St. Everett at 10:00 am. Interment will be private.