I just learned that Fred passed away in 2010. I'm so sorry I didn't have a chance to visit with him in recent years. Last time we talked was during our college years, and I lost track after that. I am saddened to learn he was as close as San Antonio, as my daughter has been there the last three years and we could have easily gotten together.
I have pleasant memories of Fred and am glad to see he has such a loving family. Kindest Regards, Terry Shackelford, PHS class of 1965.
Formerly of Kemah, TX
To the Adcock family,
Please accept my deepest sympathy. I wish you strength and comfort at this time. I briefly knew him but ,but he was always very kind to me. Angel Dallmann
Dear Brad and Haley and family........ Fred will be certainly missed. I remember the first time I met him. I came into your office off of I-10 and told Fred I needed some stamps because I was going to stamp me some concrete. He simply asked what are you going to use for concrete? I said, well I guess some of that vinyl sack concrete from Home Depot. He said "no you won't be stamping any concrete." He went on to explain the art and I quickly decided to stick with garage floors. At that time I had no idea that our families would somewhat merge in business and friendship. It wasn't hard to see where Brad and Haley got their servant attitudes. From that first day meeting Fred, he was always willing to help... always! As the years went by I began to share more about my life with Fred, and he listened intently. He was never too quick to offer advice, but did so when it seemed timely and appropriate to the situation. After sharing each time with Fred, I felt like everything was going to be alright. Although I did not always apply his advice immediately or for a sustained period of time, it HAD sunk in. Today, I can absolutely with conviction say that Fred played an important role in my life and he will ALWAYS have a special place in my heart. I hope Fred meets my Dad in heaven...... Maybe together they can both watch over our families. Your friend...... Kyn Sparks (San Antonio, TX.)
To Brad and family,
We were truly saddened to hear of the loss of your Dad and will pray for you to find peace during this difficult time. We have always held you in the highest regard and know that your Dad must have felt the same way about you. We are sure he was extremely proud of you and was very happy to be a part of your daily life. We know you will keep honoring his memory by being the person you are. Thank you for being part of our lives as well. The Parra's
To the Adcock Family, I know most of you do not remember me but Brad, your Dad was a father figure to me when I didn;t have one.