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Mount Shasta Herald - Mount Shasta, CA
  • Obituary: Fred Nebiolini

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  • Longtime Mount Shasta resident, Fred Nebiolini, died on Sunday, April 14, 2013, at age 72.
    He was active until the last week of his life, living for one week at his new home in Redding, excited about going fishing on the lake.
    Born on September 24, 1940 in San Francisco, California to Margaret (Diaz) and Ernest Nebiolini, he was raised in South San Francisco.
    Fred was an altar boy and attended All-Souls. In elementary school he was called “Duchi” by his friends and family. Fred graduated from South San Francisco High School, Class of 1958.
    Upon graduating high school, Fred went to barber college. He was a barber at SFO International Airport; and owned The Hare Hunters barber shop in South San Francisco with his partner, Isaac “Ike” Sanchez, cutting hair and laughing a lot side-by-side for 12 years.
    In 1976 Fred moved to Mount Shasta. He owned Nebiolini’s Vets Club for 32 years and sold it upon retiring in 2008.
    Fred loved golfing, duck hunting, fishing and his dogs. He was a “South City Boy” and loved sports, football and baseball being his favorites. He was a lifelong fan of the San Francisco 49ers.
    Fred loved movies and popcorn, traveling, and driving his grandchildren to school in the mornings.
    Fred is survived by his wife, Adriane (Day) Nebiolini of Redding; his brother, Donald (and Juanita) Nebiolini of Redwood City; son, Alan Nebiolini of Mount Shasta; daughter, Karrie Sampson of Tracy; and daughters Brianna and Erin McGuire of Mount Shasta.
    Fred had six grandchildren: Eric, Spencer (deceased), Stephanie, Pierce, Olivia and Christopher. He had three great-grandchildren: Lily, Silus and James.
    He was preceded in death by his brother, Ernest (Pancho) Nebiolini.
    Fred had many, many friends who shared good times and a lot of laughter.
    He was loved very, very much. He will be deeply missed and will be remembered always.
    A celebration of Fred’s life will be held on Thursday, April 25 at 3 p.m. at the Mount Shasta Resort.
    In lieu of flowers, the family is asking that donations be made in Fred’s name to http://parkerplazamtshasta.org
     

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