Company: Casella Waste Systems, Inc.
Years of Service: 16
Comments: Fred had been currently employed at Cassella Waste Systems, where he was a driver for many years.
He loved going to fairs and carnivals with his family. He especially loved riding roller coasters and the Gravitron with his daughters. He also enjoyed going to Bingo with his wife and attending family gatherings were especially important to him. He also loved animals and spending time outdoors.
Surviving, besides his wife, is his mother, Paulette Taylor of Oklahoma City, Okla.; his father, Frederick (Kay Falk) Kemp of Portville; three daughters, Kaylynn (Kevin) Snyder of Warsaw, Kristina Robertson of Killbuck and Amber (Raymond Sage) Robertson of Olean; six grandchildren, Brayson Peckham and Starr Snyder, both of Warsaw, Lilliana Chase of Olean, Jasmine Robertson of Salamanca and Elizabeth Buchholz, both of Salamanca, and Emily Jackson of Olean; one sister, Rebecca Kemp of California; one brother, David Kemp of Oklahoma City, Okla.; and several nieces, nephews and friends.
We will not forget you, Fred Kemp.
Together, let’s honor the memory of the men and women who have served by our side. Whether on the garbage trucks, delivering portable sanitation units, or working in the offices and repair shops, the employees of our industry serve important roles and are very special people. As we remember this fallen hero of the waste industry, we join with their family and co-workers to honor their service.