Saying Goodbye To AGreat Man…

…I am sad to inform that Al Frew (AKA Big Al) has passed away. This is a great loss to not only his family and friends, but also to OFR Nation. He was one of the most beautiful human beings I have ever know. He will be greatly missed. Below is Al’s Obituary:

FREW , Alexander “Al” C., Jr., of Randolph, passed away peacefully, on November 2, 2015, surrounded by his loving family at the age of 76. Born in Boston, Al grew up in Randolph and graduated from Randolph High School. Al was a Firefighter for the Town of Randolph for 36 years. After his retirement, Al was a driver for the Orchard Cove Retirement Community in Canton. In his free time he enjoyed vacationing on the Cape, riding his motorcycle and spending time with his family and grandchildren. Al was a member of the O.F.R. Motorcycle Club of Massachusetts. Al was the beloved husband of Virginia M. (Wagner) Frew. Loving father of Alexander “Al” Frew and his wife Christine of E. Bridgewater, Deanne “Dee” Wigley of Holbrook and Paul Frew and his former wife Rebecca of E. Bridgewater. Dear Papa of Lauren Frew and her fiancé Matt Farrell of Marion, Michelle Frew and her loving companion Michael Mullen of Halifax, Victoria Frew of E. Bridgewater, Mary and Megan Wigley of Holbrook and Hunter, Hayden and Helana Frew of E. Bridgewater. Son of the late Elizabeth “Betty” (Klauer) Frew. Brother- in- law of Jay Wagner of Salem, Carl and Jean Wagner of Marshfield and Betty Ann Wagner and her late husband Bobby Wagner of Canton. Reposing at the Cartwright Funeral Home, 419 No. Main St. (Rt. 28) Randolph until 10:00 AM on Friday followed by a Funeral Mass at 11:00 AM in St. James Church, 560 Page St., Stoughton. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. Visiting hours Thursday 4:00 – 8:00 PM. Burial in Knollwood Memorial Park, Canton. Should friends desire, memorial contributions may be made to a Charity of one’s choice. Al will be greatly missed by all who were blessed to have known him.

RIP Old Friend

RIP Old Friend

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2 Responses to Saying Goodbye To AGreat Man…

  1. Anna Gibson says:

    So very sorry to see about Big Al. You are all a great group of guys and gals and I remember you fondly. We have a new incoming commander at VFW9376 and he asked me to try and find out if you all will be coming in May for Rolling Thunder ride to the Memorials. We had a steak dinner the year before last that alot of you came to and last year a few stopped by but we were unprepared. Please let me know if you all are planning a trip, what dates and if you can squeeze us in on a Friday or Saturday. We would like to plan something special to show how much we admire what you do. I personally think of you all fondly and hope all is well or as good as it can be as the years pass by. I am using my personal contact as opposed to the post as I want to be as sure as I can be that this doesn’t get messed up or lost by some unknown person at the post. Hope you all are coming, hope you can stop by and most certainly hope you all always travel with God and safely. Looking forward to hearing from you and hopefully seeing some of you. Take care – Anna (the bartender) VFW 9376 ClintonMD

    • "CC" says:

      Unfortunately the OFR will not be attending Rolling Thunder this year. Thanks for inquiring…we’ll let you know about the following year.

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