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September 14, 2019
My thoughts and prayers to the McLeod family. Mr. McLoed made watching the Cavs. so entertaining. I watched him for so many season, it's going to be hard watching without him there.
It's almost like you knew him personally, just a radiant spirt emanated from him.
May you find comfort, in knowing he's in his room with the Lord.
God Bless
September 14, 2019
Beth,

I am sorry to hear about your loss of Fred. I can't imagine the sadness you must be feeling. May the love around you help you through your loss.
September 14, 2019
Dear Beth & family our prayers are with you and your family , there's a light at the end of the tunnel and its guiding you through its Fred he hasn't left he's just in another room.
September 14, 2019
To Beth and the entire McLeod family. Please accept my deepest condolences for the loss of Fred. Like so many others in the sports broadcasting field, Fred was instrumental in helping me start my career in the business while he was at WJBK in Detroit. He gave aspiring sportscasters such as myself the opportunity, the guidance and the access to go and be what we wanted/dreamed of doing. Ultimately, I ended up going the producing route, developing contacts when I worked for Fred, that helped me land my career breakthrough job with CBS Newspath in New York, as a national sports producer. I would not have landed that job without the experience I gained working for Fred when he was sports director at WJBK. In addition to his professionalism, Fred was a nice man. He loved what he did for a living, however, I don't think he took himself that seriously. In later years, I did reconnect with him periodically on Facebook. His call of the Cavs clinching victory in the NBA Finals will live on for the ages and is emblematic of Fred's sports broadcasting legacy---prepared, passionate, in the moment and a fan at heart. I so enjoyed hearing and seeing him again on the Lions pre-season telecasts this season. In summary, please know you are being thought of during this difficult time.
Sincerely,
Kevin Byrnes
WJBK sports producer for Fred in the 80's
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