Freddy Myrl Brewer

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Freddy Myrl Brewer, 73, passed away on Monday, March 7, 2022.

Freddy was born on April 16, 1948, in Fort Worth to George Brewer and Angelene Brewer Roberts. He graduated from Eastern Hills High School in 1967. He served in the United States Air Force with tours in Vietnam, Germany, and Japan. After discharge he worked 33 years for the United States Postal Service, retiring in 2005. In 1976 he met Pam, the love of his life, on a blind date. They were married for 45 years and had two children and two granddaughters.

Freddy devoted his life’s work to his family and cherished his many friends from all parts of his life. He had a deep desire for people everywhere to work together for a better, peaceful world. He had a keen interest in the weather and collecting antique Coca-Cola memorabilia. In 2019, Freddy received a life-saving lung transplant after battling a rare lung disease for many years. The family requests that everyone please consider signing up to be an organ donor.

Freddy was preceded in death by his son, Dustin Brewer.

Survivors: Wife, Pam Brewer; daughter, Holly Brewer; granddaughters, Baylee and Brooklyn; brother, Eddy Brewer; and large extended family and numerous friends.

Memorials: Donations in Freddy’s name may be mailed to Arlington Urban Ministries, 701 Dugan Street, Arlington Texas 76010.


Public Visitation: March 13, 2022 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Room: Chapel

Wade Funeral Home and Crematory
4140 West Pioneer Parkway
Arlington, Texas 76013


Memorial Service: March 14, 2022 10:00 am - 11:00 am

First United Methodist Church - Arlington
313 N Center
Arlington, TX

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  1. Freddy and I met at the first Stephen’s Ministry training session at TUMC many years ago and have remained friends since then. I cherished his and Pam’s friendship as we worked together as Stephen’s Ministers. I offer up prayers for Pam and Holly to remain strong in God’s faith and Christian love. Peace be with you and may Freddy rest in God’s love. John Redmon.

  2. Pam and Holly, The Bartlett’s want to send our condolences to both of you. You will both be in our thoughts and prayers. 🙏🏻

  3. Pam and Holly , Feddy was a wonderful person, a great father, husband and so much more. He made everyday brighter and made the most of each day . Prayers for each of you for comfort knowing Freddy is perfect now spending eternity with all his loved ones . We love you guys

  4. Freddy was such a sweet, kind, “fun” man with a great sense of humor. He suffered so much, so long, and I know he is relieved to have peace at last. Pam is equally kind, nice, and gentle, and deserves accolades for her supporting/serving him all these years. Blessings to all of you in your sorrow, Gloria

  5. CandleImageFreddy was one of the best friends while I was in the Air Force, He is the second one to pass, My prayers are with You and all Your family.

  6. So sorry to hear this. Grew up with Freddy in Handley. Miss him and his brother Eddie and all those other guys from my childhood.

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