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Fredrick V. Hayen Jr.

June 10, 2019 | 5 comments

Fredrick Verne Hayen Jr., 71, died 26thof May, 2019 in La Crosse, Wisconsin after a long battle with cancer.

Fredrick was born November 20th 1947 in Sibley, Iowa to Fredrick Sr. and Eleanor Hayen. He graduated from Wayzata (MN) High School in 1965 and went on to Hamline University in St. Paul for a short time.  He then relocated to the Los Angeles area, where he welcomed the birth of sons Donn and John.  Later relocating to Minnesota, he attended Dunwoody Institute in Minneapolis.  After graduating, he began a career as a tool design engineer in precision manufacturing industries until his retirement in 2011.  He also instructed in his field, both at his alma mater Dunwoody during his career and at Western Technical College after retirement.  In retirement, Fredrick relocated to the La Crosse, Wisconsin area, where he remained until his passing.

He is survived by mother, Eleanor; sons Donn (Maria) and John (Penny); grandchildren Tyler, Dillon, Logan and Madeline; and partner Karen Scott.  He was preceded in death by father Fredrick Sr. and sister Victoria.

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5 Comments

  1. Jan Hayen

    All of the Kansas family have you all in our thoughts at this time. Fred was a good guy as we remember him today.
    Uncle Jan and Aunt Connie

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  2. Carmen Parrack

    My sincere sympathy to all of you and especially his mother.

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  3. Charla Hayen

    I am so very sorry to hear about Fred and I did not know about Victoria. Thinking of you Aunt Vickie and family during this difficult time. Much love to all of you.
    Sincerely, Charla

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  4. Sally Rewinkel

    Aunt Eleanor and family,
    God be with you all in your grief. My memories of Fred are from childhood and it’s wonderful to know he was a very caring person and had a loving family.
    Deepest sympathy,
    Sally and Darrell Rewinkel

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  5. Danny and Lou Scott

    Karen we are so sorry for your loss. Gentle hugs to you and the family. He fought a hard fight with courage and strength. Karie he was so blessed to have you in his life. We love you Karie.

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