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Fred Matua

Born: 1984-01-14 - Died: 2012-08-05
Cause of Death:
Heart complications


Death Summary:

On August 5th of 2012, Fred Matua died of heart complications. Matua was 28 years of age.



Who was Fred Matua :

Fred Matua was a well-known football player from Wilmington, California. During high school, Matua prepped at Banning High School (in Los Angeles, CA), and in college, played for the USC Trojans.

During Matua's professional carrer in the National Football League (NFL), he played for the following teams:

  • 2006: Detroit Lions, Tennessee Titans, and Cleveland Browns
  • 2007: Tennessee Titans
  • 2008: Washington Redskins
  • 2009: Florida Tuskers
  • 2010: Omaha Nighthawks and Florida Tuskers (UFL)

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4 Signatures in Fred Matua's guestbook

  1. Vincent R. Morales Says:

    Vincent R. Morales

  2. Vincent R. Morales Says:

    I knew Fred over half of his life and he never wavered from his respectful ways off the field. I can only imagine how hw was on the field? R.I.P. Fred Matua.

  3. five star samoan band Says:

    although we briefly met you a week before your death, we remember you enjoying our music and will not forget that special night 27th July 2012.RIP Fred, alofa tele to the family
    FIVE STARS…Solomona, Uili, Sitivi, Losi, TJ, Norah, Violet and Falen

  4. Lana Kaolelopono Says:

    We will truly miss you big guy. You will remain in our hearts forever…Thank You, for the gift of life you have given to us all to share…Your memories will always live in our hearts & cherished forever…Fly high Freddie, Fly high in Gods Kingdom….Me Ke Aloha Pumehana, until we meet again….Aloha no my friend. The Kaolelopono Ohana,


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