Fred Britton Obituary – Fred G. Britton of Grapevine spent away Tuesday, June 19, 2012. Dedication administration: 2 p.m. Monday at First Baptist Church of Colleyville, in the Epic Center. Remembrances: In lieu of blossoms or cards, the family demands commitments to the Zora Bowerman Memorial Fund. Commitments might be sent to First Baptist Church of Arlington, 301 S. Focus St., #500, Arlington, Texas 76010.
If you don’t mind incorporate the name “Zora Bowerman” in the reminder field or it would even be smarter to incorporate a note with watch that says the cash ought to be added to the Zora Bowerman Memorial Fund. He was gone before in death by the affection for his life, Alice Bowerman Britton, whom he wedded on July 5, 1955. They stayed wedded until her passing on June 4, 1985. He was additionally gone before in death by his mom, Margaret Nordan; sister, Jeanne Wilson; sibling, Howard Britton; and child in-law, Gregg Bomkamp. Fred was conceived Oct. 9, 1929, in Atlantic Highlands, N.J. Fred was an extraordinary competitor in both ball and football, procuring all-gathering, area and state praises in the two games.
Fred diverted down a full grant from Villanova to enroll in the United States Air Force. After visits in Korea and Japan, Fred enlisted at Baylor University as a 24-year-old green bean. While at Baylor, Fred’s group won the 1956 Sugar Bowl. After his playing days, Fred instructed the green bean group at Baylor. Following his instructing days, Fred became VP of Oil States Rubber Company, which later became Oil States Industries. An overall head in seaward penetrating gear, more than 85 licenses were ascribed.
After Oil States was offered to LTV in 1985, Fred resigned to invest energy with his family, companions and race ponies. He possessed a few pure bloods with previous Baylor colleague, Charlie Bradshaw. Fred was an unbelievable, giving and liberal individual, giving time and cash to Baylor University and MD Anderson Hospital in Houston and different innumerable causes.
Survivors: He is made due by his two kids, Margaret Bomkamp, Britt Britton and spouse, Tonia; grandkids, Brock Bomkamp, Alice Bomkamp, Trey Britton, Bob Britton, Charlie Britton, Jack Britton, Ryan Hobson and wife, Sara; incredible grandkids, Kassidee, Kaelee and Kase Hobson; and various cousins, nephews and different family members.