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Al Freathy Memorial to benefit Livingstone Academy for Autism

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BENEFITING: BAY LIFE ACADEMY INC

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THE STORY:

Al has a direct connection to the Autism community and was planning a gift this month to help launch the Livingstone Academy for Autism.  Livingstone Academy (Formerly Bay Life Academy) is an independent, non-profit, private school that specializes in serving the unique needs of children with learning disabilities. Livingstone opens it's newest doors in August with it's inagural class at it's Autism Center.  Find out more at http://www.baylifeacademy.org

Alfred Lionel (Al) Freathy, age 70, passed away on August 12, 2013, in Fort Walton Beach, Fla. He was born in Columbus, OH, to Albert Edward Freathy and Delta Stubblefield Freathy. Al grew up the son of military parents and moved frequently until settling in Clinton, MS where he made many lifetime friends. Al attended the Air Force Academy, graduating in 1964, and beginning his Air Force career as a pilot. Additionally in 1964, he married the love of his life, Sandra Kay, beginning their 49 years together. After Al’s tour in the Vietnam War, they moved frequently to assignments in Alabama, Ohio, Florida, Virginia, where Al continued his military service as a pilot flying F-4 Phantom jets, achieving the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, and developing a nationally recognized expertise in air to ground weaponry. They claimed Shalimar, FL as their home town before and after his retirement and he continued consulting for the Air Force until 2012 culminating over 50 years of professional support of the Armed Forces.

Al lost his life to an aggressive cancer, multiple myeloma. He is survived by his wife, Sandra Kay Freathy; a daughter, Sharon, and her husband, Jason Segars, of Wetumpka, Ala., with three grandchildren, Sarah, Jonothon, and Jeremey; a son, Bradley and his wife, Tammy, of Lithia, Fla., and three more grandchildren, Audrey, Bradley, and Blake. He was preceded in death by his parents. Al took great pride in the achievements of all of his family and was always ready to share their latest successes.

 

 

 

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  • Chris, Renee, Jake and Joel Levins

     

  • Mike Diamon

     

  • Jock and Jane Patterson

     

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Donor Comments

Jock and Jane Patterson

Jock and Jane Patterson

3 years ago

Mike Diamon

Mike Diamon

4 years ago

Chris, Renee, Jake and Joel Levins

Chris, Renee, Jake and Joel Levins

We are so sorry for the loss of your precious husband, father, and grandfather. Our prayers are with your family. 4 years ago

USAFA Class of 1964

USAFA Class of 1964

August 20, 2013 Livingstone Academy for Autism Dear Sir/Ma’m Please accept the enclosed donation of $75.00 from the United States Air Force Academy Class of 1964 in memory of Lt Col (Ret) Alfred L. Freathy. Acknowledgement of this contribution should be sent to his family in care of his wife, Sandra Kay Freathy. Sincerely Michele Cowan Deceased Notification Coordinator Please note that this is a one time donation. Please do not add this address to your solicitation list. Thank you. 4 years ago

Eglin Fuzes Branch

Eglin Fuzes Branch

4 years ago

Colin and Susan Smith

Colin and Susan Smith

In memory of a former neighbour and long time friend who was the consummate professional in everything he did. 4 years ago

Michael and Kim Johnson

Michael and Kim Johnson

4 years ago

Delene and Jasper Lee

Delene and Jasper Lee

We have lost a wonderful, life-long friend. 4 years ago

Bob and Gennie Cason

Bob and Gennie Cason

What an empty space will be left in so many lives! Our thoughts are with your family. Bob and Gennie Cason 4 years ago

Anonymous

ANONYMOUS

In memory of Al Freathy, a professional always, and a friend to all who knew him. 4 years ago