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Fred Sramek

Fred Joe Sramek

February 23, 1941 - January 23, 2021
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Fred Joe Sramek, 79, of Midlothian Texas, passed away on January 23 2021. The funeral service will be held at 1PM February 6th at the Midlothian Funeral Home. Fred was born in Rowena Texas on February 23, 1941. Fred was married to his wife Sandra for 58 years. Fred worked as a machinist for Progressive Inc. for 39 years. In his life he enjoyed camping, boating, riding motorcycles, playing with his dogs among other things and working on the farm that he owned with his wife and his son Larry. Being a machinist he knew how to make and fix almost anything and he willingly helped his family and friends to fix whatever they needed. Fred is survived by his wife Sandra, his sons Danny Sramek and his wife Joan of Midlothian Texas, Garry Sramek of Grand Prairie Texas, Larry Sramek of Ennis Texas, David Sramek of Midlothian Texas, his brother Dan Sramek of California, his sisters Ann Jenkins of Arlington Texas and Hellen McDearman of Chattanooga Tennessee, his nieces and nephews, and many longtime friends. Fred is preceded in death by his father and mother Millard and Emilka Sramek.
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    Saturday February 6th, 2021 | 1:00pm
    When
    Saturday February 6th, 2021 1:00pm
    Location
    Midlothian Funeral Home
    Address
    200 East Avenue E
    Midlothian, P.O. Box 1210 TX 76065
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John & Cassie Wetzel and Family

Posted at 12:00am
John & Cassie Wetzel and Family purchased the Simply Elegant Spathiphyllum for the family of Fred Joe Sramek.
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John Wetzel

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A lot of childhood memories are with the Sramek family. Fred was a big man who I looked up to and wanted to grow up to be like him "cool". He had the patients to work with me till I was able to water ski, and to use a clutch on a MC. To this day I give Fred the reason I love the passion of two wheels and lake life that I have passed it on to my own family. I never cross over lake Bardwell without telling the story of how I learned to ski on it by a great man. My heart and prayers are with the Sramek family during this time of such a great man.
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Midlothian Funeral Home

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Created a Tribute Webcast in memory of Fred Joe Sramek
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Midlothian Funeral Home

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Ron and Nancy Cain

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Ron and Nancy Cain purchased the Sentiments of Serenity Spray for the family of Fred Joe Sramek.
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