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Dr. Fred French Brewer

April 16, 1935 - November 9, 2016

brewer-pic81, of Evergreen, passed away November 9, 2016. 

He built a concrete foundation for his family, cared deeply for the patients he put back together, and relished life at the kitchen table, on the mountain, and on the golf course.

He is survived by his wife Arvetta; sons Adley (Cindy) Brewer, Emery (Radka) Brewer, and Teddy (Beth) Brewer; daughter Rebecca (Stephen) Vall.

Memorials may be sent in memory of Fred Brewer, Jr. to

Doctors Without Borders USA
P.O. Box 5030
Hagerstown, MD 21741-5030

Or online at donate.doctorswithoutborders.org/onetime.cfm


Condolences

9 Responses

  1. Megan Williams Stevens says:

    I have fond memories of Dr. Brewer. For years I thought he was my regular doctor. I saw him more than I saw my pediatrician. With 12 casts and 3 surgeries, he saw me quite a bit through my tomboy years.
    My father was a colleague at the clinic and I know he appreciated the great care I got from Dr. Brewer.
    My thoughts are with his family.

  2. Sam Oubadia says:

    To the family of Dr. Fred Brewer,

    I have known Emery since we first met in Prague 23 years ago. He has always spoken about his father with great respect and admiration. I am sure that Dr. Brewer will sorely missed by his family and close friends.

    Please accept my heartfelt condolences in this difficult period.

    Sam Oubadia

  3. Sam Oubadia says:

    To the family of Dr. Fred Brewer,

    I met Emery Brewer in Prague 23 years ago. I later got to know Teddy as well. Since that time, Emery and I became close friends. Although I never met Dr. Brewer, I know that Emery spoke about him often. I also know that Emery had a deep respect and admiration for his father. I was left with the impression that Dr. Brewer always did everything he possibly could for the well-being of his family.

    I would like to extend my deepest condolences to all of you in this difficult period,

    Sam Oubadia

  4. Hugh Johnson says:

    I am saddened to hear of the passing of Dr. Brewer! I had the displeasure of meeting Dr Brewer for 4 Broken thumbs, 1 broken leg and a broken collarbone. I also had the great privilege of knowing Dr Brewer on a personal level skiing most weekends with him and his family. Becca, Adley, Emery, Teddy my prayers and thoughts are with you during this difficult time. I have many great memories of skiing with you and your mom & dad and I know your dad was proud of each of you! He was a great man and a great doctor and I can attest to both!

  5. Sister Luke Hoschette says:

    To the family of Dr. Brewer – from all of the sisters of St. Benedict, please accept our sincere sympathy and condolences on the death of Dr. Brewer. He was a dear friend of the sisters at St. Benedict’s Hospital in Ogden UT and was a real supporter of us and our work. I am sure he will be missed by his family but we wanted to let them know of our prayers at this time. God bless all of you. Sister Luke and all the Sisters.

  6. Jerry&Gaye Littleton says:

    We were saddened to hear of Dr Brewers passing. Fred and his young family were wonderful neighbors in Ogden, where our families were growing up. We will remember the good times, and will remember him and his family fondly. Rest easy, Fred

  7. Don Uchida says:

    Dear Arvetta, Becca, Adley, Emery, and Teddy:

    Deepest condolences on Fred’s passing. We all (the team) loved and respected him so much. I will never forget the look on his face when we presented him with the giant petrified broken femur. “We break um, you fix um”.

    Hugs to all of you.

    Don and Patty Uchida

  8. Ginger Hauser says:

    Fifty years ago the Brewers, Gardners and Hausers spent Thanksgiving together. This holiday never goes by without my thinking of that time with all of us together. It is with deep thanksgiving that I, and my family, were able to know this remarkable man, Fred Brewer. And, it is a great sense of loss to know that he is gone. My most sincere condolences to you, Arvetta, and to Becky, Adley, Emery and Teddy.
    Much love to you all. Ginger, Amy, Chris & Brian

  9. Jack McCall says:

    I often think about so many happy winters we spent with Fred and your whole family. There are so many memories we have and will keep always. Thank You and best wishes to the whole family.

    Jack, Bron, Patrick, Becca and Catana Phillips.

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