National Fallen Firefighters Foundation

Roll of Honor

Age: 46
Year of Death: 2011

Harold F. Frey

Harold F. Frey‚ 46‚ of Sandown‚ New Hampshire‚ died January 16‚ 2011‚ after participating in ice rescue training with the Sandown Fire and Rescue Department.

He was born in Edmonds‚ Washington‚ on November 7‚ 1964‚ a son of Malcolm Frey and Virginia (Gillard) Clark. Harold was a resident of Sandown for two years and had formerly lived in Epping‚ New Hampshire. He was a United States Marine Corps veteran and served during the Gulf War in Beirut.

Harold was employed as a paramedic for Care Plus‚ and was also a volunteer firefighter with the Sandown Fire Department. He had volunteered previously with the Epping Fire Department. He loved anything to do with firefighting and paramedics. Harold enjoyed motorcycling and was an active member of the Red Knights Motorcycle Club. He enjoyed playing computer games and was a Civil War enthusiast.

He is survived by his mother‚ Virginia Clark of Elwood‚ Illinois; three daughters‚ Marlena Frey of Mississippi‚ Lauren Bundy of Louisiana‚ and Tabitha Frey of Sandown; five grandchildren; and two sisters‚ Lori Hunter of Baxter‚ Tennessee‚ and Kari Frey of Joliet‚ Illinois.

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  1. I worked with Harold at Northeast Rehab, nice guy and gone much too soon.

    – Claire
  2. I had the pleasure and honor of working with Harold at Rockingham ambulance in Nashua,NH. He was always willing to go the extra mile and willing to help with anything..always asking if we needed anything in dispatch. I will always picture Harlod with his leather vest and his fondess for riding his Harley on the beautiful back roads of New Hampshire. His love for riding was second to none and I remember on countless occasions of Harold inviting me to ride with him, my regret is I never got to accompany him on those beautiful rides and never will. Ride easy brother…

    – Michael Goldstein
  3. Harold. I remember well when I got the news that you had gone. Surprise and shock were immediately followed by sorrow and grief. I had the privilege to work many a shift with you at “The Rock” and appreciated the time we spent on two wheels riding free. I miss you my friend, rest easy and ride on.

    – Joshua Cresswell
  4. I had the honor and pleasure of him being my friend

    – Jacqueline Johnston
  5. Rest in peace your sister lori sure loved you

    – Evon hunter
  6. I remember…

    – Botelho Jeanne
  7. Harold was my cousin. He is remembered as a good friend and we always got along at family gatherings. I didn’t know him as an adult but our family always knew we he was up to good things and my grandparents were very proud. The shock of his death was something we all felt. He lived well and is remembered.

    – Jerie Greene
  8. I was privileged to serve with Harold

    – Dan Bennis