Leonard Dale Fritts
|Posted 2020-05-18 by mhenderson|
|Published in Mohave Daily News Online from May 17 to May 24, 2020 -|
Bullhead City, Arizona -
Leonard Dale Fritts (Dale) passed away on Wednesday, April 29, 2020
after a three year long battle with Alzheimers and Dementia.
Dale owned and operated "Fritts Garage Door Business" in Las Vegas,
Nev. which was one of the most well known garage door businesses at
the time in Las Vegas. Before coming to Las Vegas, Dale was a Real
Estate agent in Denver, Colo. and was recognized as the top sales
person on many occasions.
Dale was a 55 year Elk Member. He was also a member of the Desert
Shores Baptist Church. Dale had many passions in his life. He loved to
listen to Ole Time Country Music and sing and dance along with the
music; Dale had an awesome voice. He always boasted about knowing all
the artists and the song they sang. He loved line dancing and bowling,
and he was great at both. He loved NASCAR, with Dale Earnhardt, SR and
JR being his favorite.. He loved to be on the water with his pontoon
boat and enjoyed sharing his love of the water with family and
friends. Dale's favorite treat was a chocolate milkshake.
Dale was a family man and loved family and deeply loved all his
grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Dale especially loved Romeo,
his little Maltese puppy. Romeo was his side-kick.
Dale was preceded in death by his parents, Gordon and Mary Lou Fritts;
two sisters, Toot and Vonda; and a step-son, Trey Harrison.
Dale is survived by his loving wife of 27 years, plus three years as
loving partners, Helen Fritts; son, Doug Fritts, wife, Stacy and
granddaughter, Alana; daughter, Darci Hoback, granddaughter, Halle,
and grandson, Harrison; daughter, Amy and husband Kevin Lynch,
grandsons, Dalton, Preston and granddaughter, Morgan; step-daughter,
Tami and husband, Keven Kochan; step-grandsons, Jayson Kochan and
Jeremiah Kochan and wife Rae, and step-great-grandchild, Fiona; step-
son, Brian and wife Michele Harrison, and step-grandson, Tyler
Harrison; and step-grandson, James Harrison; and step-granddaughter,
Emma and husband Channing Connelly, and step-grandson, Jason Harrison
and wife Valarie, and step-great-grandson, Alex Harrison; and many
Dale will be deeply missed. May he rest in peace.
A Celebration of Life will occur at a later date.
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