Frederick E. Ulrich

Frederick E. Ulrich

Long time resident of Green Acres Mobile Home Park in Bothell, Wa., Frederick E. Ulrich, gently passed away at Evergreen Hospital on Jan. 23rd, at 1:02 am due to a respiratory infection.

He was preceeded in death by his wife Elsie A. [Issac] Ulrich, son, Stephen Paul Ulrich,of Washington State, brother, Charles Ulrich and sister, Beatrice [Ulrich] Bell both of Delaware.

Most all of his 15 grandchildren were able to say goodbye at the hospital. Through tears and smiles, Dad was able to impart words of wisdom and praises to each of them.

Fred leaves behind son, Frederick E. Ulrich Jr. and his wife Marlea [Wright], his daughter, Victoria M. Mulinski and her husband Terry L. as well as his deceased son’s beautiful wife, Darthy Jean [Bass] Ulrich.  Fred also has 15 grandchildren, and 11 great grand children.  One of his young great grandchild, Elsie, when understanding and joining in stories being told, always referred to him as “The Great One”.  out of the mouths of babes, the name has stuck.

Grandson, John Mulinski said; “Although I only had one grandpa in my life, I never felt cheated, as I had the best.”

Fred had a 20 year career in the Marines where when he was stationed in London, met our mother, Elsie.  They had a wonderful life that took them from Virginia, North Carolina and Barstow, Ca. with his service and after retirement, Hawthorne and Yerrington, NV. and then up to Kirkland, Wa. and back to Reno as well as up here to Bothell, Wa. again.

He had a career in Civil Service as well and in retirement, started swimming twice a week at the Mount Lake Terrace Pool where he had a group of friends to laugh and socialize with at restaurants and their homes.  You guys meant the world to him.

There will be a private graveside, Full Military Honors service for family on Feb. 2nd, at The Tahoma National Cemetery. With a Celebration of his Life at the Green Acres Club House, 23825 15th ave., Bothell, Wa. on Feb. 20th, 2016. From noon to 4.  All are welcome at the Celebration.

Any donations to made in his honor should be made to the Veterans of the United States of America. Thank you in advance, sincerely his family.

5 Responses to “Frederick E. Ulrich”

  • Allen and Holly Pierce says:

    Fred was such a special man. We loved seeing him at the reunions. He was part of our “family” and we all looked forward to seeing him. We will miss Fred so much.
    Love and our deepest sympathy to all of his family.

  • Marty Aubol says:

    I will miss Fred for his wisdom, laughter, gardening tips and most of all, friendship. I first met Fred at the Bothell pool. Being the youngest member of the group, I felt at ease talking with Fred. He was the same age as my father so I was able to relate to a lot of what Fred had to say. Not too many men would have gone to the swimming pool wearing a wig and a lady’s swimsuit. Two Halloweens ago, Fred and I did and it was the most fun I have had in a long time. Fred came to visit me at home after several of my surgeries. I’m so sorry I was unable to see him one more time before he passed. Thanks for all the good fun Fred. Your Friend Forever, Marty.

  • Paulette and Ken Fortune says:

    We had the great privledge of meeting Fred at the Mountkake Terrace pool and to have him and his daughter to our home one time for garden talk . What a delightful gentleman he was – as soon as I entered the pool he would always come over and chat with me for a few minutes. – he will be greatly missed

  • Vicky Mulinski says:

    Thank you all for your kind words. My dad was the best! I hope you all will come celebrate Fred on the 20th at the Green Acres Club House, noon til four. Some of the best times he had in his later years was with you pool friends.

  • Marty Aubol says:

    Vicky, I was looking forward to meeting you again and sharing some memories about Fred with your family. My father had a stroke February 12th which requires one of us (2 siblings) to be with him 24/7…Please accept my condolences, Fred was a good friend whom I will miss and remember forever. Sincerely, Marty.

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