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September 3, 1978 ~ November 1, 2023 (age 45) 45 Years Old
Fred Robles was born September 3,1978 in Riverside, California. His father and mother resided in Cabazon, California. Fred is pre deceased by his father, Jody Robles and his mother Lupe Martinez.
Fred is survived by his loving grandmother, Lucy Sanchez, of Idyllwild Ca and his four siblings Elisabeth Mora, of Mission Viejo, Ca, Joe Mora and wife Shana Mora, of Fort Smith, Arkansas, Cecilia Touslee and husband Todd Touslee of San Marcos, Ca, & LuzOlivia Burnside and husband Ronald Burnside, of Colorado Springs, Co. He had six nephews & three nieces, Elijah Burnside, Jasmine Rosadillo, Shanice McFerran, Michael Barnum, Emmanuel Mora, Christian Mora, Zion Barnum, Roman Burnside and Samara Burnside. He had two aunts Theresa Martinez and Maria Martinez.
Fred attended school in Banning, Ca. Many of his childhood friends were still in his life today. He would hang out at their homes and their moms became like second moms to him. As they grew up, they did everything together. Even as adults, they always kept in touch. Fred worked in retail for many years. He loved working at Macys department store, where he was the manager over several different departments throughout the years.
Freddy moved to Idyllwild and got a cute little cabin to live with his grandmother and mother. He really enjoyed being in the mountains and loved the town in general. He loved his cats and he enjoyed having friends over to cook for them. He worked at the local store in Idyllwild, Village Market - Deli & Pizzeria, where he met many new friends. Fred was a great employee and of course he always had that big smile on his face. He loved making people happy and he never met a stranger. He would do anything for anyone.
He loved to travel and his favorite place was New York. He went a couple of times to see one of his best friends. He absolutely loved it there and had plans to go again soon. He loved telling stories about the destinations he visited. His stories were filled with dramatic facial expressions and hand gestures. You felt like you were there too as he brought you into his journey. He loved to tell stories of when he and his best friends got together. Even if you never met any of his friends, you felt like you knew them through their adventures with Freddy. He had so many wild adventures with so many different friends in so many different cultures and backgrounds. He had to many to mention them all and yet he fit in perfectly with everyone he encountered.
He had the biggest personality and his laughter was contagious. He loved to entertain people whenever they were around. He had a servants heart. He always cared for others first and put their needs before his own. He was always the life of the party. He always had perfect comedic timing. His reactions and facial expressions were top notch.
He enjoyed watching soap operas with his mom and they had watched them together for the last 3 decades. His passion was Madonna. He loved her music, he loved her. It’s safe to say, he was her biggest fan. He loved karaoke and was not shy about it. He will be remembered by everyone who knew him for his sense of humor, his huge smile and laugh, his generous spirit and his humble demeanor. He never met a stranger. If you met him, you instantly liked him. If you loved him, you were family. Young, old, rich or poor, he was friends with everyone. This world will not be the same without him in it. However, heaven gained a beautiful soul and ray of sunshine that will forever shine down on us from above. His memory will bring us all closer together and give us a glimpse of joy and happiness whenever his name is mentioned.
A celebration of life will be held in memory of Freddy, on November 24, 2023 at 1pm by all of his family and friends with a special bouquet of balloons being released from Idyllwild “The Point” to heaven in honor of his life. Anyone who is not able to be there, will be on FaceTime and release balloons at the same time from their location. The town of Idyllwild can join with this celebration if they wish. He will forever be missed and his memory will live in our hearts. Just mentioning his name will bring a smile to anyone who knew him because he left a lasting impact with his huge heart and bright smile
You can still show your support by sending flowers directly to the family, or by planting a memorial tree in the memory of Federico Robles