Fred was born in Colfax, Washington on March 27, 1923 to Herbert Roscoe and
Ula Blanch Flowers in Colfax, Washington.
He was preceded in death by his wife, LaNita
He married Patricia Ann Pound in 1947 and had three children. They divorced
in the mid 1950s.
He was part of the crew that built the Gumboot Road in 1958 and it was at
that time that he met LaNita Mae Warnock. They were married in 1959 and
acquired the Imnaha Garage and added a cafe. He built the Imnaha Motel in
~1966. They sold their Imnaha
holdings in 1970. And moved to Government Camp, Oregon.
Fred served his country during WWII in Germany with the U.S. Army where he received a Purple Heart.
He is survived by his three children: Dave Flowers, Gary Flowers and Marilyn Brennan; three stepchildren: Orla Mae Harvey, Gail Brooks, and Dawn Flowers
eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.