Fredrick Daniel Birarelli

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Port Charlotte, FL - Fredrick Daniel Birarelli, age 72, of Beverly, Mass., passed away peacefully on July 16, 2019.
He was born in Beverly, Mass., on September 15, 1946. He was raised and educated in Beverly, Mass., and graduated from Beverly High school. He then went on to serve for the Navy in Vietnam. After completing his service he found his electrical passion. He started his own business Birarelli Electric, which he operated from 1970 to 1996. In 1996, Fred moved to Port Charlotte, Florida, where he enjoyed his retirement. He loved spending time with his beautiful wife Della and their dog Champ. Fred enjoyed riding his chopper, boating, and tinkering in his garage. He loved sharing stories and was always down for a half a glass of milk.
Surviving Fred is his wife Della Cunningham; his best friend Champ; son Daniel Birarelli and his wife Hayley Birarelli of Georgetown, Mass., son Kris Birarelli of Barrington, N.H., and daughter Jamie Fintonis, of Danville, N.H. He is also survived by his grandchildren and several cousins.
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Published on July 22, 2019
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Phyllis Brewer Brown
Aug 05, 2019
Freddie was my next door neighbor when we were very little. He was always a happy kid. I also remember his sister Christine, Norma his mother and Fred sr. His dad. Nice family. Rest In Peace Freddie. It was nice to have known you😘
Mike
Jul 31, 2019
He had a daughter?
Susan Albiero
Jul 23, 2019
The Albiero's, All of us. Angelo, Louis, Alfonso, Susan (and husband Rick Gadbois) and Michael are so very sad to hear of Danny's death. Please let us know if there is a service or remembrance memorial. We are all very fond of him, though distance created some distance, he'll always be in our hearts.