Layne “Freezo” Freeh, 57, of Chenango Bridge passed away unexpectedly on July 10th 2015.
Layne was predeceased by his father Arthur Freeh, mother Sara (Hartzell) Freeh and brother David Freeh. He is survived by his son, Kyle Freeh and wife, Amy of Chenango Bridge, NY, brother, Dr. Steven Freeh and wife, Nancy of Binghamton, NY, sister-in-law Patricia Freeh of Augusta, GA, aunt, Francis (Hartzell) Rowe of Lancaster, PA, uncle Richard Hartzell, and wife Judy of Montgomery, PA, nieces Jessica Freeh, Stephanie Freeh, Robin Freeh and Julie Freeh.
Layne was a career baker. He worked in many restaurants and bakeries throughout the Triple Cities. He was also part of the team that opened the Wegmans in Johnson City, NY in 1990. He was an avid golfer and fisherman. Layne loved life and everyone that knew him knew if there was a party, he would be there. He also loved music, especially concerts.
A Life Celebration is planned for August 15, 2015 at My Uncle’s Place, 120 E. Service Road, Binghamton, NY from 1pm-8pm.
In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the American Heart Association. www.heart.org
Rochester Cremation, 4044 W. Henrietta Road, Rochester NY 14623, 359-2300, RochesterCremation.com
I have so many memories of fun times we all had back in the day. I was one of the younger kids hangin around all of the older guys in the neighborhood and no one really minded. What memories we all made. Our paths crossed again at Wegman’s and it was so nice to see Freezo again. I am sure we will see you again on the other side Freezo. Rest easy bud.
So sorry to hear this…..Our thoughts and prayers are with you!
“Time flies when your having fun” Time always seemed to go by extremely fast when I was with Layne.
Farewell my friend,