Fred “Freddie” Hidalgo Jr.

August 13, 1980 - October 1, 2015
St. James Church
9640 Kennedy Ave.
Highland, Indiana 46322
219-924-4220 | Map
Friday 10/9, 9:30 am - 10:00 am
St. James Church
9640 Kennedy Ave.
Highland, Indiana 46322
219-924-4220 | Map
Friday 10/9, 10:00 am
Memory Lane Memorial Park
6305 W. Lincoln Hwy.
Crown Point, Indiana 46307
219-322-2050 | Map
Friday 10/9, 11:30 am

Freddie Hidalgo, age 35, of Highland, IN passed away on Thursday October 1, 2015. He is survived by his daughter, Bella Hidalgo; parents, Juanita and Fred Hidalgo; siblings, Michael Hidalgo, Steve Hidalgo, and Natalie Diaz; maternal grandparents, Guadalupe and Salvador Villa; aunt and Godmother, Paula Allivato; uncles, John Villa and Mike Villa; girlfriend, Christine Cruz;Continue Reading

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Anthony, Gloria and Chad Harden left a message on October 8, 2015:
Our hearts go out the family. May the love and the support of family and friends help to sustain you these difficult times. Please know that Freddie was adored by many. He was very amicable and always courteous. He greeted everyone with an infectious smile heightened by a beaming presence. Although Freddie’s stay on earth was brief, he made a lasting impression through his love of music and creativity in the genre which was appreciated and applauded by a generation.
Nathan Sotomayor left a message on October 8, 2015:
While I never had the pleasure of knowing Freddie as an adult, I do remember being excited to see him every year when we were kids. To Jan and Fred: I just wanted to send my condolences and say that I'm sorry. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Mike Salinas left a message on October 7, 2015:
Freddie, I can't believe you're gone! I still haven't fully processed this terrible tragedy. We knew each other since high school, going back to the days in Lynwood, DJing in your bedroom. We used to have some days and nights where we'd laugh SO hard our stomachs would be sore for days. I'm gonna miss you, man. I know we didn't see each other as much as we used to towards the end, but I still considered you one of my best friends. My thoughts and prayers go to all of the Hidalgo family and especially to little Bella. May you Rest in Peace Freddie. I'll see you again someday. RIP.
Kish Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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