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Fred Peace - Year Entered 1966

Fred Peace

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08/16/14 10:56 AM #1    

John Beaver (1967)

Terry and I drove to Eureka Spring, Arkansas, to see Fred shortly before he died.  He was the usual witty, perceptive, and iconoclastic man that drew me to him in 1967 when I came to Ambassador.   Fred was one of a kind and kept my psyche balanced as I navigated the stormy currents of the WCG and AC in the 70s and 80s. He and his boys kept me centered on the real world as we built tree houses, attended dressage, rode our motorcyles, and scouted out mountain retreats where weekends could be hideouts of solitude.  Fred, my good friend, I miss you a lot!!!    John O.  Beaver  8.15.14  

08/17/14 06:30 PM #2    

Robin Connelly (1965)

Fred and I worked under the aegus of the circulation department -- he and I attended meetings of the DMA (Direct Mail Advertisers).   As the numbers of items mailed monthly, and semi-annually grew into their millions each change made in their accurate and speedy delivery helped a lot.   When I was no longer needed (1976), I lost track of a lot of the folks with whom I worked -- but I won't forget Fred, his work, his concern for his boys, and for those who remember it a fondness for tales of the caped crusader "Captain Sticky" (hadn't thought of that one in years).

02/03/16 08:48 PM #3    

John Kerley (1966)

I remember many weekends in 1966, 1967 and 1968 while married students at AC, that Fred and Sally, and Evelyn and I would get together with our children at each others homes in Pasadena. Fred liked to brew beer at home and got me started too. I think it was a few years after AC that I tried brewing home beer. Fred was one of a kind. His above Envoy picture brings back memories of Sally. She had a problem with her legs, but she kept up with Fred and her two boys all the time. I look forward to meeting them at the resurrection.

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