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Fred Bierschbach

Fred Bierschbach

May 5, 1955 - August 24, 2019
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Fred Bierschbach, 64, of Platte City, MO, died Saturday, August 24, 2019 at St. Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City, MO. Fred was born May 5, 1955 to James and Mary (Tower) Bierschbach in Mount Pleasant, MI. He graduated from Mount Pleasant High School in 1974, and then joined the US Army. He worked for the Leavenworth Bureau of Prisons as a guard before retiring and then going back to work as a guard at Cushing Hospital. He married Patty Ann Koechner in Weston, MO. Fred was a member of Holy Trinity Catholic Church, and enjoyed fishing with his wife, Patty, and her granddaughter. He loved spending time with Jack and Ruth Ann DeSelms, and shared so many fond memories. Her family welcomed him and he was such a blessing to be with. He was such a kind man, and loved Patty Ann so much. He is preceded in death by his father. Fred is survived by his wife Patty Ann Koechner; mother Mary Bierschbach; sons Trevor and Jamie Bierschbach; siblings Keitha (Alvin) Cain of Colleyille, TX, Peter (Susan) Bierschbach of Midland, MI, Lydia Bierschbach of Beal City, MI, Donna (Bob) Rogers of Magna, UT, James Biersbach of Phoenix, AZ, Carl (Lisa) Bierschbach of Waterford, MI, Clara (Ron) Baldwin of Remus, MI, Mary (Heather Beherens) Bierschbach of Fenton, MI, and Alex (Jennifer) Bierschbach of Weidman, MI; and numerous nieces, nephews, friends and extended family. A memorial mass will be held at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Weston, MO, on Friday, August 30, 2019 at 11 am. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be given to Holy Trinity Catholic Church.
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    August 30, 2019 | 11:00am
    August 30, 2019 11:00am
    Holy Trinity Catholic Church
    Father Steven Rogers


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Mo Bierschbach

Posted at 08:50pm
He had the a nicest family!

Teresa Mack

Posted at 01:43pm
Fred was a great man. He was respected by his peers and by those who worked for him. He will be missed by many. My heart goes out to all of his family and friends. RIP Captain.

Kara Morris

Posted at 09:31pm
I worked with Fred at FCI Pekin...he was my mentor. I confided in him and he guided me through working in a prison. He and Sue were amazing, caring people. Watch our 6 Fred you will be forever missed thank you for always being there for me, guiding and advising me through some of the toughest times of my Bureau career. Love ya brother...

Amy Fitzpatrick

Posted at 12:37am
My uncle fred saw a beautiful picture of a bride in a magazine and decided to make this on a canvas by using needlepoint...he started months before my wedding and he was doing this by sight looking at the picture...he thought he'd have it de by my wedding but it took him much longer to took him 8 months and he worked so hard day and night to complete was the most beautiful piece of art I had ever seen....I have treasured that forever... I'd send him photos of it hanging on a new wall everytime I'd move. I didn't bring it with me when I moved to the virgin islands so I handed it down to my youngest son just before he got married last year. That piece of artwork will always stay in my family❣

Keitha Cain

Posted at 10:21pm
Fred was the kind of big brother who would get you into trouble, then defend you to get you out of it. As youngsters we were always on the go, playing, working, and just having a great time. Life took us all in many different directions, but our roots run deep. We will miss your dearly big brother....until we meet again.

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