Fredrick G. Nutting
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Fredrick G. Nutting
Fredrick G. Nutting
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MARLBORO- Frederick G. Nutting, 54, a resident of Town Hill Road died, on Friday, June 2, at the Centers For Living and Rehabilitation in Bennington following a long illness.

The son of Frederick L. and Shirley (Davis) Nutting, Mr. Nutting was born in Brattleboro on March 22, 1963. He was a graduate of Wilmington High School, class of 1983. Following high school he graduated from tractor-trailer driving school. Mr. Nutting had worked throughout the area at Mount Snow, G.S. Precision, John McLeod Woodworking, and most recently at Hannaford Supermarket in Brattleboro.

Mr. Nutting was mechanically inclined and a car enthusiast, he enjoyed working on cars and small engine equipment. He liked to go fishing, camping, and being with his friends. The highlight of his time at CLR was visits with his family, brother-in-law Bob who stopped in almost everyday, and those who cared.

He leaves his parents, Fred and Shirley Nutting, of Marlboro; brother, Larry Nutting and longtime girlfriend Pat Johnson, of Wilmington; sisters, Mary Lazelle and husband Steve, of Wilmington, Pat Davis, of Brattleboro, Linda Higgins and husband Bob, of Bennington, and Judy Strange of Brattleboro; plus several nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Services will be private with burial in the Nutting family lot in Riverview Cemetery in Wilmington.

Gifts may be made to the Cancer Center Community Crusaders of SVMC in care of the Covey Allen & Shea Funeral Home, PO Box 215, Wilmington, VT 05363.

To send personal condolences visit www.sheafuneralhomes.com.

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