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Fred Brown Death – Dead: A great loss was made known to InsideEko. As friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Fred Brown.

Having heard about this great loss, the family of this individual is passing through pains, mourning the unexpected passing of their beloved.

This departure was confirmed through social media posts made by Twitter users who pour out tributes, and condolences to the family of the deceased.

In 2006… I flew up to Bristol for my audition. I was a nervous 31 year old ball of energy. This was my dream job. They were flying me in on their dime. I had to nail my 10 minute tryout and meet a half a dozen high level execs for meetings throughout the day. The morning of… There was one man who met me and took me around campus… his name was Fred. He was the no BS-type. And I loved that. There was a vibe about him that I gravitated to.. in the course of our conversations, Fred revealed he was from Philly.. then.. we talked about Temple.. I remember exactly where I was at the moment and watching him smile as he said, “Kevin, I went to Temple. My wife went to Temple. My daughter went to Temple…” My face lit up and deep down inside, I said Thank You God for making me choose Temple.. but over the years, my thanks were always to Fred for his friendship. He was the first person from ESPN who believed in me from the start of my journey at the WWL. He became a mentor. Someone I could lean on to talk about anything. I could call him at anytime and he would hear me out. Laugh at my thought process. Assure me in my decisions. All while we talked about Philly sports and our families.
His wife helped my soon-to-be wife when she moved up to Connecticut to get a job in TV. Sarah believed in Monica from the start. They celebrated our wedding as part of our family. We enjoyed dinners together and enjoyed birthday parties. We watched their youngest daughter grow up and listen to their advice as we started our own family. They always came over w books for our kids to read. Fred and Sarah were our first friends in CT.

Monica and I are heartbroken over the loss of Fred. He was one of the toughest SOBs. But he had a soft side very few would see. I’m grateful we saw that side and when we did, we all laughed together. Pray for Sarah and their beautiful daughters. We will miss you, Fred Brown. Thank you for everything. Rest In Peace.

 

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In 2006… I flew up to Bristol for my audition. I was a nervous 31 year old ball of energy. This was my dream job. They were flying me in on their dime. I had to nail my 10 minute tryout and meet a half a dozen high level execs for meetings throughout the day. The morning of… There was one man who met me and took me around campus… his name was Fred. He was the no BS-type. And I loved that. There was a vibe about him that I gravitated to.. in the course of our conversations, Fred revealed he was from Philly.. then.. we talked about Temple.. I remember exactly where I was at the moment and watching him smile as he said, “Kevin, I went to Temple. My wife went to Temple. My daughter went to Temple…” My face lit up and deep down inside, I said Thank You God for making me choose Temple.. but over the years, my thanks were always to Fred for his friendship. He was the first person from ESPN who believed in me from the start of my journey at the WWL. He became a mentor. Someone I could lean on to talk about anything. I could call him at anytime and he would hear me out. Laugh at my thought process. Assure me in my decisions. All while we talked about Philly sports and our families. His wife helped my soon-to-be wife when she moved up to Connecticut to get a job in TV. Sarah believed in Monica from the start. They celebrated our wedding as part of our family. We enjoyed dinners together and enjoyed birthday parties. We watched their youngest daughter grow up and listen to their advice as we started our own family. They always came over w books for our kids to read. Fred and Sarah were our first friends in CT. Monica and I are heartbroken over the loss of Fred. He was one of the toughest SOBs. But he had a soft side very few would see. I’m grateful we saw that side and when we did, we all laughed together. Pray for Sarah and their beautiful daughters. We will miss you, Fred Brown. Thank you for everything. Rest In Peace.

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