The California Agriculture Museum, home of the Heidrick tractor collection and event center, will welcome the public to celebrate the life of Fred Heidrick Jr. this Friday, May 29. Family, friends and community members are invited to join in remembering him at 11AM, at 1962 Hays Lane, Woodland.
As the son of the museum’s founder, Fred Jr. was an active supporter of the Heidrick Ag History Center and its recent evolution into the California Ag Museum. He will be fondly remembered for his bear hugs and the cheer he brought to the facility every time he would visit.
Looking back, volunteers remember Freddy for his love and oversight of his family’s collection.
Fred was raised in Woodland; he worked full-time at the Heidrick family farm before and after his two years of military service in the Army. The museum proudly displays an Army history exhibit to represent this piece of his life.
Fred Clark Heidrick Jr. passed away after a brief bout of cancer on May 15, 2015, at the age of 76.
He was born on Aug. 5, 1938, in Woodland to Fred and Helen Heidrick.