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October 30, 2017
Dear Shelley-
I was very sorry to hear that Fred passed away recently. Thoughts and prayers continue to be with you and your family at this sad time.
Julie Switzer Shumaker
October 20, 2017
Hi, this Ron Baker class of 1967 Ribault. I'am sorry to here about Freddie as we called him in the 1960's. He was very good friends of my brother Steve class of 1964. Freddie use to call himself the GOLDEN TOE, he was the kicker for the Ribault football team and he was good. Freddie and Steve went off to college at Abraham Ballwin in Tifton, Ga. Steve had a 1962 VW and took Freddie back and forth to school with him. Freddie's dad worked at Riverside Chevrolet and made Steve a great deal on a new Corvette, my dad decided against it. Steve passed away Sunday, August 19, 2014. This is very strange, I had a dream about Freddie last night Oct. 19 and we were just goofing off having a good time back in the 60's. I got up this morning and I wanted to contact him and tell him about Steve's passing. I open the paper and there was Freddie, I was so shocked. Sorry for your loss. Miss you GOLDEN TOE, your friend Ronnie.

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