Ron Frederick Obituary – At the point when Dave Keefer surrendered as Southmoreland’s football trainer last month, he suggested partner mentor Ron Frederick for the gig. Keefer conversed with Frederick before Frederick’s meeting Tuesday with school authorities. Frederick, a 1999 Southmoreland graduate, left the gathering knowing the work – the most amazing job he could ever imagine – was his.
“He would have been our suggestion at the following educational committee meeting,” Southmoreland athletic chief Dan Boring said. “I’m stunned.”
Exhausting said he discovered that Frederick, the Scotties’ hostile line mentor, was not feeling great Wednesday after Frederick didn’t appear for a school marking day service for senior lineman Kory Ansell, who focused on Cal U.
“I don’t know what occurred,” Keefer said. “He told the players at weightlifting that he felt like he had some kind of bug.
“It’s pitiful. My greatest contemplations and concerns are about his family and three young children.”
Frederick filled in as a record chief for Medi Home Health and Hospice. He is made due by his better half, Liz, and three youngsters: Sophia, Colin, and Dylan.
Frederick recently trained at Ringgold and Charleroi. He played school football at Tulsa.
Exhausting said that in the wake of conversing with Southmoreland head Dan Krofcheck, they realized Frederick was the person for the gig.
“He was an extraordinary individual, and he cherished Southmoreland and the players,” Boring said. “He was so eager to be important for the program and region. He displayed by any means of the occasions.
“He will be missed. When something like this occurs, it simply shakes you deeply.”
Keefer, who drove the Scotties the beyond four seasons, said Frederick would have made a brilliant lead trainer.
“It would have been a smooth progress,” Keefer said. “He would have made an incredible mentor. He had a piece of decent information on the offense.