I hope you remember us, ( I just heard from Jim Parham),as I asked about you and what Plays you are Producing.
We bought your extra Magic Tickes, and saw Drowsy Chaperone, here at Bob Carr.It was fabulous. Our Son Dave, especially enjoyed getting to know your husband Buddy, who was a wonderful person.
We are so very sorry to here your beloved "Buddy" has Passed away. We send our deepest condolences to you,and your family as you are in our thoughts and prayers.
He sopke of his love for you, his family and how proud he was of your Gift of the Theatre. Please know you are in our thoughts.
The Suberman Family, Jan, Jeff, Dave and Aubrey.
I don't know if you would even remember me, but I was saddened to discover this site on the internet telling of Ed's long fight and eventual loss to brain cancer. I worked for him at Grey 1968-1970. He gave me very good advice: "Go home to Atlanta and be happy. You don't belong in the advertising business." He was right. I was thrilled to see that he spent his later years supporting the arts. That is what I now do here in my home community, and my roots in Atlanta are deep. My love to you and your children and grandchildren. We will all gather by the river one day.
Dear Barbara: So sorry to read about your husband's passing. Please send my condolences to Eve.
So sad to hear about Buddy's passing. Be bless with peace during this time. I will always remembered him as a bright and kind person.
Y.Tabuchi, Orlando, Florida
My deepest sympathy to the entire family, let God be for you a refuge and strength to help you copy during the difficult times ahead, may He provide you with peace and comfort . Psalms 46:1
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
God's words promise: he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore.
I was truly saddened to hear about Buddy's death. I saw him from a distance at the opening of NICE WORK and knew he was very ill. I was bowled over by his spirit and bravery in all he did. What class! No matter how much you try to prepare, nothing prepares you for such a huge loss. My thoughts are with you and your family.
To the friends and families of Mr.Edgar " Buddy" Freitag, I am sorry for your loss, but he leaves a great host of memories to remember him by. Something that you should be very proud of. But in the meantime " Throw all your burden on our Heavenly Father and He will sustain you.
He was a remarkable man and we can say gone but not forgotten. sheding tears of joy for a love one is ok.(act 24:15:Ps83:18)
Please accept my deepest sympathies.
May the God of all confort guide and keep yoi during this tim
I am so sorry to hear about your loss. We can find comfort knowing that in Gods New World, "No Resident will say: I am sick."
Jeanne and I were sorry to hear about
Buddy's passing, and we want to extend our deepest condolences to you at your time of mourning. Buddy and I have been friends for almost forty years, and he will be sorely missed by all those who were fortunate to know and love him. As Shakespeare said..."his likes will never pass this way again..."
May God comfort you for your loss.
Avie & Jeanne
Please accept my deepest sympahies for your lose. In times like these it's difficult to express how we feel when we lose a loved one. May the God of comfort give you the strength to cope in your hours of need.
Dear Loved Ones Of Mr. Buddy Freitag,
We are sorry for the great loss of your husbnd and father.
To the family and friends of Mr Freitag, I am truly sorry for your loss. Death leaves a broken heart, God Almighty himself will heal; Love leaves memories no one cant take, continue to cherish those memories as they become more precious...James 4:8 says..Draw close to God and he will draw close to you.