In Memory of

Freddie

Anaya

Obituary for Freddie Anaya

Freddie Anaya, our Superman, encountered his Kryptonite and passed away peacefully at his home in Hudson, New Hampshire on January 5, 2024. Born in Manhattan, New York on August 13, 1963, Freddie spent many years working Quality Control at TTM Technologies in Salem, New Hampshire. He took pride in the work he did and the people he worked with no matter where he resided. When Freddie was not at work, he was spending time in his “kingdom” with his family. Freddie was an avid motorcycle rider and took pride in his “Black Beauty” Harley which he rode anytime he could. Freddie was not just a fan of Superheros, but instead, he was Superman. He was his family’s Superman and unfortunately, this was only a job for Superman. Freddie took the most pride in his family. His family is what his life was about.

Freddie is the son of the late Mariano “Wello” Anaya and his mother, Maria “Wella” Anaya. He was survived by the love of his life, his wife of 31 years, Samantha Anaya along with his children, Evan Anaya, Evita Anaya, and Natalia Anaya along with Matthew Anaya and Ashley Anaya as well as his beloved animals, Kenai, Maui (one and two), Jazz and the late Koda. He is the grandfather of Dante Anaya who he loved dearly. He had five sisters and brothers. He was the brother of the late Mario Anaya, Marangeli Anaya, Nelson Anaya, Tony Anaya, and Evita Anaya and her husband Jim Batley. He was also survived by many more nephews and nieces including Joshua Anaya and his wife Betza Barros, Tatiana Anaya, Taina Anaya, Thalia Anaya, Jeremy Anaya and his husband Jacob Anaya, Christopher Anaya, Jacob Anaya, Tony Santiago, Ana McCarty (Santiago) and her husband Matthew McCarty, Tricia Anaya, Andrew Anaya, Izzy Anaya, Isiah Anaya, James Batley, Anaya Batley along with many more.

SERVICES: A visitation will be held Friday, January 12, 2024, from 2 to 4 pm at the Davis Funeral Home, 1 Lock St, Nashua, NH. A service will immediately follow the visitation. Friends and are invited to attend. Flower donation may be made in Freddie’s loving name. The Davis Funeral Home (603)883-3401 “ONE MEMORY LIGHTS ANOTHER.”