Frederick G. Lorman Sr. RUTLAND – Frederick G. Lorman Sr., 80, of Rutland, died suddenly at his home on Monday, January 31, 2022. He was born in Rutland on August 18, 1941, the son of Frederick F. and M Irene (Valiquette) Lorman. Fred was a graduate of Mount Saint Joseph Academy (class of 1959) and a veteran of the United States Army. He was stationed in France for two years during the period of the Vietnam War. He served honorably and rose to the rank of sergeant. On April 24, 1965, he married the love of his life, Cynthia Ann (Knox) ​​Lorman. They had been married for 57 years and were hoping for a lot more. But it was not to be. Together they had three sons, Frederick G. Lorman Jr., of Manchester, New Hampshire; Keith A. Lorman and his wife Jackie, of Rutland; and Joseph M. Lorman, of Rutland. He was blessed with three grandchildren, Daniel L. Quaranto III and his fiancée, Kelly Johnson, of New Mexico; Matthew C. Lorman; and Jacob A. Lorman, of Rutland. Fred also had a great-grandchild, Asher G. Quaranto, of Rutland. Professionally, Fred was an adjuster for over 50 years, first with The National Grange Mutual Insurance Co. and then with George C. Grant Adjustment Co. He was widely considered the best in his field. He was predeceased by his beloved sister, Joan Ann Lorman. His tragic loss marked him all his life. Fred’s family is comforted that he is reunited with her again. Fred was smart and funny. He had many hobbies. He loved American history, especially the Civil War era. He could often be found reading a book or watching a movie on this subject. He raised beagles and enjoyed hunting with them, but he developed an affinity for Bichon Frizes later in life. Ask her little man, Flurry. He was a terrific golfer and sports enthusiast. He loved nothing more than watching his sons, and eventually his grandsons, play sports in high school and college. He never missed a single game, no matter how far. Fred was generous beyond measure. He has donated to charities too numerous to mention and he would give you his last dollar if you needed it. Unfortunately for him, his sons often did. He put all three of them through college and one of them through law school. Fred was the best husband and father you could hope for. It is impossible to express how much he is loved by his family. He will be greatly missed. There are no visiting hours. Funeral services will be Friday, February 4, 2022 at 10:30 a.m. at Christ the King Church. The officiant will be Rev. Msgr. Bernard W. Bourgeois, parish priest. Interment will take place at a later date in Saint Joseph Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Clifford Funeral Home in Rutland. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Fred’s honor may be made to Saint Jude Children’s Research Hospital.