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This site is dedicated to the memory of

Fred Childress.

Richard Stephen EsparzaJuly 29, 2010 at 12:48pm
Subject: The Passing of Fred Childress
I would say by now that those who know Fred know that he passed on on Saturday in a motorcycle wreck while traveling through Montana. We now have the details of the his memorial. Please continue to keep his family in your thoughts and prayers.

The following is a message from his brother-in-law:

The memorial service will proceed as previously scheduled.

The family will have an obituary in tomorrow's Oak Ridger and the News-Sentinel. The family would appreciate everyone's help in getting the word out about the service.

The service will be held at Norris United Methodist Church located at 62 Ridgeway Road and Oak Road in Norris, TN. Visitation will begin at 12:00 Noon and the service will begin at 2:00 PM on Saturday the 31st.

We thank you for your condolences and help.


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Fred Childress


Friends of TLA,
As many of you may already be aware, TLA President Fred Childress, was tragically killed in a motorcycle accident on Saturday July 24th.  He had embarked upon a four-week solo motorcycle journey across the country that began on July 4th.  He was making his way home, traveling through northern Montana near the Glacier National Park when the accident occurred.  Details are scant at this time and no information is available yet for any memorial service.
Fred was a co-founder of the Tennessee Liberty Alliance and served as its president.  He was a strong Libertarian that fought the fight for individual liberty and freedom wherever he went.  An entrepreneur, Fred was active in local politics and was well known and respected in local, state and national Libertarian circles.  He never hesitated to take the time from his busy schedule to share his point of view with anyone interested in listening.  He was a true patriot.
Tea Party Radio, broadcast weekly on WLRM 1380AM radio in Memphis, is planning a live tribute to Fred on their Tuesday broadcast tomorrow, 7/27.  The broadcast airs from 3:00 to 4:30pm eastern and call-ins are encouraged.  Please call in to share your thoughts and memories of Fred for all to hear.  The numbers to call are (901) 872-8862 or (901) 873-2091.
Fred was a true patriot and will be greatly missed by all who had the pleasure to know him.  Visit the TLA site for regular updates on any future memorial services.
Tennessee Liberty Alliance

The TLA Friends link to the left will take you to another page where more content may be added. You may sent email messages with attachments to mailto:WebGuy@Times2Remember.org?subject=Content%20For%20Fred&body=Enclosed%20are%20some%20things%20for%20memories%20of%20Fred.

A few recent email quotes:


    "Fred was my friend, and one of the most wonderful human beings I've
    ever known. The world is a worse place without him."

    Scott McPherson


"Fellow Tennessean, professional wrestler, libertarian, blogger, and friend, Kane (Glenn Jacobs) has also blogged about the loss of Fred Childress here:"