Freimuth Blaumueller Obituary, Death Cause – In the early hours of a somber morning, we bid farewell to a truly extraordinary man, Freimuth (Fred) Blaumueller, who peacefully passed away after a stroke that struck on a fateful Thursday evening. As we, his family, navigate the depths of our grief, we are profoundly grateful for the outpouring of support, prayers, and love that have embraced us in these trying days. Fred Blaumueller was a man whose life was defined by unwavering love for his family and a boundless creativity that left an indelible mark on the world of technology. His innovative mind played a pivotal role in the invention of circuit boards and computer chips,
contributing to the very foundations of modern computing. Fred possessed an uncanny ability to “MacGyver” just about anything back into working order, a skill that amazed those fortunate enough to witness it. Fred’s life journey was a testament to resilience and determination. He was born into a world marked by war and hardship, enduring the unimaginable horrors of a concentration camp and life in barracks. At the tender age of 15, he emigrated to Chicago, where he embarked on a remarkable journey that touched the lives of countless people, despite the numerous hurdles he encountered along the way.
As we reflect on Fred Blaumueller’s life, we are reminded of the strength of the human spirit and the power of love, creativity, and perseverance. He leaves behind a legacy that will continue to inspire generations to come. Fred may no longer be with us in body, but his spirit lives on in the hearts of those who had the privilege of knowing him.