Date of Passing:
Andreozzi, Frieda, 90, of Barrington, died peacefully on September 2, 2020 at the Philip Hulitar Inpatient Center, Providence.
Born in Nuremburg, Germany, a daughter of the late Hans and Berta Lunz, she lived in Barrington for 70 years.
Mrs. Andreozzi had a flair for interior design, enjoyed swimming, skiing, playing tennis and being a ‘horse show mom’. She worked as a part-time cruise director for Blount Marine, and as a tennis and physical fitness instructor, the latter for which she is best remembered, her many years leading various exercise groups in Barrington for women both young and old. She made numerous longtime friends from “The Early Birds” aerobics group, where her lovely voice and graceful moves endeared her to all who attended. Frieda’s love of cooking and all things German provided the family with a taste of old-world German dishes that will never be duplicated. She will be missed by family, friends and all the lives that she touched over her lifetime.
She is survived by two sons, Ronald A. Andreozzi and his wife Maureen of Seekonk, MA and Bryan A. Andreozzi and his wife Sherlyn of Gallatin, TN; two daughters, Marie E. Callow of Ocala, FL and Robin E. Bush and her husband Gary of Ocala, FL; two grandsons and two great grandchildren.
A Memorial Service will be held at later date. Contributions in Frieda’s memory to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105-9959 would be deeply appreciated.
I recently heard of aunt Frieda’s passing and I wish to express my sincerest condolences to the family.
My deepest sympathy to Marie, Ronnie, Brian, Robin. I’ll miss our talks on Germany and lunches and rides to the beach she loved. Rest In Peace ??
Love Margie and family
i was so very sad to read of Frieda’s passing. She gave us many years of fun and exercise. I was in her Early Bird class for over 20 years. She had so much energy and made sure we exercised properly to make sure we didn’t get injuries. My heart felt sympathy to her friends and family.
Freida was one of the most energetic and spirited women I’ve ever known. My deepest sympathy Marie, Ronnie, Bryan and Robin and your families. She was a beautiful woman and will not be forgotten.”
Frieda was a longtime neighbor on Beaver Road when our children were very young.
And in those years we had a lot of interaction. We still refer to that house as the Andreozzi’s house. Always enjoyed bumping into her in later years and catching up with family doings. Our deepest sympathy to Marie, Robin, Ron and Bryan, and your families. She was a beautiful person.
Audrey and David Rogers
I met Frieda the day she moved into her house off Maple Ave over 15 years ago.
She was in her garage, I was walking my dog. We said HI and that was it Although our age difference was 20 years, we became fast friends. We walked together, we went shopping and had lunch/dinner many times. My best memories – listening to the many stories of her childhood in Germany – her stories of the US soldiers when they occupied her hometown during the war, her grandmother’s farm…her loving parents. A very interesting, intuitive lady. This is how I will always remember my friend Love you Frieda – god bless –