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Frederick Brand

October 5, 1962 - May 16, 2016

Services Date May 19, 2016

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Pledge Brother!! It is an honor to have known you. The world lost a true gentleman. Our paths crossed in Modesto CA and we started our East Coast/West Coast friendship. Pledge Brothers, due to starting our wine jobs on the same date and bonding over our love of family, music, sports and good living. You happily talked about your wife and son. I never met Marcelle and Jake, but you shared pictures of his birth and special events. Rest in Peace my Friend.

Posted by Brian Polstra on May 26, 2016

Frederick Brand was born October 5, 1962 in Los Angeles, California to father Izhak Brand (February 4, 1927 Poland, June 21, 1986) and mother Rachel Kohn born 1932 in Warsaw, Poland. Frederick passed away suddenly May 15, 2016 in Los Angeles, California at the age of 53. He was laid to rest May 19, 2016. He is predeceased by his father Izhak Brand and a brother Michael Brand (1956 - 2014). He is survived by his mother Rachel Brand, an older brother David Brand, wife Marcelle and son Jake Brand. Frederick and Marcelle had been happily married for 15 years. Frederick attended Hancock Park Elementary School and Fairfax High School class of 1981. He was on the baseball team and in the Hebrew club. He attended San Diego State University class of 1985 and received a bachelor of science degree in Business Management. He became one of the top salespeople in his field. Frederick was a fan of UCLA Bruins, Los Angeles Kings, Los Angeles Dodgers and the Los Angeles Lakers. Freddy was the king of the tailgate party. He was the nicest person one could ever hope to meet who was much loved by everyone. He was everyone's favorite "Unky Fred," a loving mentor and the life of every party. He will be greatly missed by his many friends and family members.

Posted by Mary Cummins on May 20, 2016

Freddy, Still hard to believe this happened. Wish I could be at the memorial but unable to get away from work. I know you understand. Met you I believe when you were 14 or so coming into Demolay, watched you grow into a fine and decent human being. Will miss our annual meeting at the soiree, talking sports; our favorite teams; Lakers, Dodgers, Kings and UCLA Bruins. Catching up on our lives. You asking me about the latest bands I was into etc... To your lovely wife Marcelle and son Jake hope you will eventually find the love and light because one way or another this darkness has got to give. be strong. RIP Fred!

Posted by Steve Sherriff on May 19, 2016

Oh Fred...I was always so fond of you, beginning when I was in 4th grade and you were in 6th. Such a lovely guy, always!!! I loved seeing you and Marcelle though it wasn't often enough; it was sort of like the marriage of our two school classes and extending the family. You will always be in my thoughts, as will Marcelle and Jake. Much much love...Julie

Posted by Julie Rogers Dewing on May 18, 2016

My heart is filled with joy for having known Freddy. A true friend and supporter of all things good, a great man who was filled with compassion for others and always willing to lend a hand. He made me smile and he saw me cry, he celebrated my successes and supported my wild ideas. My life was truly made better by having had the pleasure of knowing him. I send love and prayers to Marcelle & Jake, be happy in your hearts. Much love.

Posted by Barbara Harrison on May 18, 2016

God bless Marcella&Jake. Sorry we can't make it to the funeral. I'm sure Freddy Boy would understand.Peace&Love Jeff&Susan.

Posted by Jeff&Susan Tiep on May 18, 2016

You are missed, my friend. I will keep Marcelle entertained and busy. Love and Hope to the Brand Family...we love you Marcelle and Jake. Love you Sandy. My sincere condolences. Debbie

Posted by Debbie Signer on May 18, 2016