Funeral services for Angelique "Angel" M. Fredrick, 40, Turtle Lake, will be Friday, September 23, at United Covenant Church, Clear Lake, with Rev. Ken Mandley and Randy Dean officiating.
Burial will be in Deer Park.
Visitation will be from 3 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Skinner Funeral Home, Turtle Lake, and the hour prior to service at the church.
Skinner Funeral Home, Turtle Lake, is handling the arrangements.
Angelique "Angel" M. Fredrick was born October 27, 1970, in Germany to William and Darcey (Harvieux) Ajer.
She married Tadd Fredrick in Deer Park on October 10, 1991.
She graduated from Amery High School in 1988 and continued her education with EMS and firefighting at WITC. She was the first woman firefighter in the Turtle Lake area.
She worked at the Barron hospital as an EMT, ambulance driver and emergency room technician. She homeschooled her children, and worked with Tadd at the Turtle Lake Motor Sports and also on the farm.
She was on the board of directors for the First Responders and the Beaver Town Hall Planning Commission and volunteered to various community organizations.
She is survived by her husband, Tadd of Turtle Lake; children, Hailee Fredrick of Newcastle, Wyo., Noelany, Nathaniel, Gabriel and Solomon Fredrick, all of Turtle Lake; one granddaughter; sister, Melissa Mathieu of Chetek; step-dad Gerald Gulbrandson of Clear Lake; grandmother, Beverly Richmond of Amery.
She was preceded in death by her parents.
(Amery Free Press - Tuesday, September 20, 2011)
Former resident dies riding ATV
Angelique "Angel" M. Fredrick, 40, Turtle Lake, was a passenger on an ATV which struck a deer in northeastern Rusk county Saturday, September 17.
She was thrown from the machine and pronounced dead at the scene.
The mishap occurred about 7:45 p.m. on an ATV route.
Fredrick was a passenger on the ATV being driven by Matthew P. Felonk, 36, Rice Lake.
He was taken to Lakeview Medical Center, Rice Lake, with serious, but non-life threatening injuries.
Neither rider was wearing a helmet. Investigators said that speed appears to be a contributing factor in the accident.
An obituary can be found elsewhere in this edition.