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Isaac "Fred" Frederick Stine, Jr.
Date of Death: November 3, 2017
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Westminster Canterbury Chapel
300 Westminster Canterbury Drive
Winchester, VA 22603
Saturday 11/11, 11:00 am



Memorial contributions may be made to:

Make-A-Wish Foundation
Fort Collier Civil War Center

Fred Stine died November 3, 2017 in Winchester, Virginia. He was born April 21, 1934 in Winchester. He was the son of Isaac Frederick Stine, Sr. and Shirley Oakes Stine of Fort Collier Farms in Frederick County, VA. He graduated from Handley High School in Winchester and received BS and MBA degrees from the University …
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Mary Berg left a message on November 12, 2017:
To the family, my sincere condolences for the loss of your loved one. As you cope with your loss, may you find comfort in knowing that God promises to put an end to all the things that have plagued mankind for centuries including death (Revelation 21:3,4). May you find peace in knowing that your dear one is safe in the memory of God, who will remember every detail about them and bring them back again (Job 14:13,15). May these words from God's word, the Bible give you comfort now and strong hope for the future. Deepest sympathy.
Katherine Solenberger left a message on November 11, 2017:
Fred will always be remembered as a wonderful man that brightened our lives. His devotion to preservation of his family's home and Civil War Fort Collier will endure the test of time. We miss you Fred.
Eunice Toh left a message on November 10, 2017:
Thoughts and prayers with everyone. Rest in peace sir.
Philomena Stultz Weatherby left a message on November 9, 2017:
Fred was one of the smartest people in our high school class. A little bit of fun too, as he managed to smell up the auditorium at Handley with the smell of sulfur during the senior girls class performance. He had to apologize and he did, and I always thought it was worth it to him. I thought it was funny, although the majority did not. I came back after moving away to other places in the US and out of country for reunions about the 20, 25, and 50 years. Fred always remembered me and we exchanged pleasantries. I thought that he and the McFadden boys, Dr. Jim, and Bruce were certainly among the best people in the class. I am sad to see Fred leave us. No pretense, just a truly good person. Well done Fred, rest in peace. I always liked you. Phil Weatherby
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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