I'll remember Fred for his leadership and commitment to quality care of persons being served by community centers in Texas. He was friend and mentor to many of the people he worked with around the state. Even though a CPA by training he was always ready to talk about his farm and going to baseball games.
Fred was a fine man who was both a friend and mentor to me for many years. Even after he retired, I enjoyed visiting with him at the farm. He was always positive and upbeat and I will miss him. My condolences.
I am so sorry to hear about Fred. I thought highly of him: a gentleman, a keen professional, and well liked and admired by all who came in contact w/ him. It was my pleasure to have the opportunity to have worked closely w/ him the last decade of my career. Our sympathies at this sad time.
Spencer and Mariclare
The Martinez-Vargas family extends its sincerest condolences for your loss, Marlene. Fred was a great guy and we know the Bradley family will miss his wisdom and sweet nature. It was always such a pleasure to see him at Thanksgiving and other family events. May he rest in well-deserved peace.
Marlene, We are so sorry for your loss. We really enjoyed getting to know Fred and he was always very cheerful and helpful neighbor. We are disappointed that we did not have the chance to know you two prior to buying the Thrall property. Please let us know if there is anything we can do for you--our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.