Frederick H. Kellogg, 95, thirty year resident of the Bartlett Gardens, Cambridge Springs, PA, died Sunday, July 3, 2011 at the Cambridge Springs Rehab and Nursing Center. Born on March 9, 1916 in Meadville, PA, Fred was a son of the late Hollis Kellogg and Anna May Rolland Kellogg.

Fred was a 1934 graduate of Cambridge Springs High School. Early on, Fred served as bell captain at the Riverside Inn in Cambridge Springs and as bell hop in several Florida Hotels. In October of 1941 Fred entered the US Army Air Corps and served as technical sergeant in England during World War II. For his service he received the Distinguished Unit Badge, the European Service Medal and the Good Conduct Medal. Fred will be remembered by many in the area for his years as a television service technician and as a talented musician. He also was a composer of several copyrighted songs including one which he wrote for the late President John F. Kennedy which was acknowledged by the President.

Fred was preceded in death in addition to his parents, by a daughter – Patricia Worthy; a sister – Anna Mae Spires; and four brothers – Mead, Donald, Richard, and John. Surviving Fred is a daughter – Janet Alward and her husband, Robert of Erie; a son – Frederick T. Kellogg of Erie; a sister -Jessie Bohmer of Indianapolis, IN; eight grandchildren, two great grandchildren and three great great grandchildren. Also many nieces, nephews, and great nieces and nephews.

Graveside committal services will be held Wednesday, July 6th at Cambridge Springs Cemetery at 10:00 a.m. Reverend Jeff Bobin, pastor of the Cambridge Springs First United Methodist Church will officiate. There will be no visiting hours.