Stafford County mourns the passing of former Supervisor Lindbergh A. Fritter. Fritter represented the Griffis-Widewater District on the Board of Supervisors from 1972 to 1979, 1984 to 1984, and 1992 to 1999. His peers elected him as Vice Chairman from 1976 through 1979. A lifelong resident of Stafford County, Fritter was known for his kindness and integrity. He was a strong supporter of Stafford’s parks and recreation program and business in the county.
“On behalf of the Board and the citizens of Stafford County, I extend our deepest condolences to the family of Lindbergh Fritter,” said Chairman of the Board of Supervisors Crystal Vanuch, Rock Hill District. “Mr. Fritter lived his life to make a difference in Stafford County, knowing his decisions on the Board directly affected his family, friends and neighbors.”
Stafford County honored Lindbergh Fritter in 2014 with a special ceremony to mark the naming of a baseball field for him at Patawomeck Park. A plaque was erected commemorating Fritter’s dedication to developing Stafford’s parks and recreation system.
“It is evident that Lindbergh Fritter deeply cared about both the Griffis-Widewater District as well as the county,” said Supervisor Tinesha Allen, Griffis-Widewater District. “Those of us walking in his shoes on the Board takes great inspiration from his example of service.”
His funeral arrangements, visitation and memorial service can be found here at www.covenantfuneralservice.com/tributes/LindberghLindy-Fritter.
At 1 p.m. on Thursday, March 17, 2022, a memorial service will be held at Covenant Funeral Service, Fredericksburg.