Frederick M. Adamek

October 29, 1940 - May 16, 2020

10/29/1940 - 05/16/2020

Frederick M. Adamek 79 of Bellaire, Ohio died Saturday, May 16, 2020 at the Emerald Pointe Care Center.

He was born October 29, 1940 in Bellaire, Ohio son of the late Fred “Fritz” and Justine Riska Adamek.

Fred was an electrical engineer for Magnavox in Fort Wayne, Indianaand FMC in San Jose, California, a graduate of Indiana University and a Catholic by faith.

Surving are his sister, Jessica M. Stevenson of Fairview Park, Ohio and nephew, Christopher Stevenson of Thousand Oaks, California.

There will be no visitation or services. Inurnment in the Davis Cemetery at the convenience of the family.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Patient Activity Fund at Emerald Pointe by going to TMCFunding.com

Arrangements by the Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Homes & Crematory 441 37th Street Bellaire, Ohio.

Share your thoughts and memories with Fred’s family at www.bauknechtaltmeyer.com.

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Mike Hoggatt
21 days ago

Just found out that Fred pasted . I worked with Fred when I was at Barbers Point, Hi as a young ASW Petty officer. We spent many hours together in a special trailer repairing the AQA-5 anti sub equipment, some of which was designed by Fred. He was a true inspiration to me. After my discharge I went back to college and obtained an undergraduate and graduate degrees in electrical engineering to no small part to Fred. I only wish I could have thanked him before he passed as to how much he meant to me. He was a very imposing “older” person in my young eyes. Elevated even higher by driving a Datsun 240Z which Motorola was paying for. Thank You Fred for the inspiration and guidance you gave me during our many hours. Mike Hoggatt, AX2

Ron Ford
1 year ago

I went to school with Fred at Indiana Tech. in Fort Wayne. Fred was an outstanding pool player. His nickname was “sparrow”.

Paul L. "Pete" Taylor
2 years ago

A great friend thru high school and following…..Tyke will never be forgotten….his love for those Fred Taylor high top CONVERSE tennis shoes was unforgettable…..RIP, my friend and believe me, those of us left from the Class of ’58 BHS will miss you……love to all the family…….

Stan and Carol Stein
2 years ago

You have our deepest sympathy

susan Petran
2 years ago

Fred and my late husband, Dick Petran, were best friends from high school on — after retirement, my husband would drive up to Bellaire and he and Fred would attend many of the Bellaire H.s football games and track meets. He was a loyal friend and wonderful person. I know Fred and my husband are up in heaven having a great time together!

Lisa Ponzani
2 years ago

Grew up next to “Tyke” and still was my neighbor … guess he was my extended
family…Great family… Gary and I will miss him

Sandy and Edward Marling
2 years ago

Fred was our neighbor here in West Bellaire. He would always pass by in his car and wave. He was a very nice man…I miss seeing him..RIP

Richard D. Vannelle
2 years ago

Fred was a good lifetime friend as later in life we spent quite a lot of time at the same nursing home visiting and taking care of our mothers. He was a gentleman and caring person.