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September 23, 2019

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September 17, 2019
I had posted this earlier however remember more about my friendship with Freddy. Everybody loved him. I remember him rebuilding that Killer Tomato shed on Robert's Road every time a storm took it down. His sweet pets who were his children; from the big yellow dog who broke his heart when she died to the little black cat he named "mama" (who really didn't like anybody but Freddy) and all the pets in between. He was a good man and an institution who will be so missed. When the shed closed, I used to buy tomatoes from him in the market at the corner of Roberts Road and Alt A1A. I'd always buy two lottery tickets when I went there, and he would choose one of them. We agreed that if either of us won the Lottery, we'd split the haul. We even laughed about us hiring a limo to drive us to Tallahassee. Rest well, old friend.
September 10, 2019
AW Fred...
The world has lost a good man and a good friend.
It is said that an insight into a man's true character is how he treats his pets. I know Bonnie is waiting.

Dan Zwicker, Palm Beach Gardens
September 8, 2019
Freddy was my tomato guy for so many years. I used to take my children when they were little to see all the animals, fruits, vegetables and the sweet little hut! Freddy was always a friendly, happy go lucky guy. He will be missed!
September 7, 2019
Everybody loved Freddy. I remember him rebuilding that Killer Tomato shed on Robert's Road every time a storm took it down. His sweet pets who were his children; from the big yellow dog who broke his heart when she died to the little black cat he named "mama" (who really didn't like anybody but Freddy) and all the pets in between. He was a good man and an institution who will be so missed. When the shed closed, I used to buy tomatoes from him in the market at the corner of Roberts Road and Alt A1A. Rest well, old friend.
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