Red River Angus Association

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  It is time to pay 2016 dues.  

   Mail check for $25.00 to:
             PO Box 75
 Gainesville, TX 76241-0075

We have word that Vernon Friedrich has passed on Jan. 16, 2016. Our membership would like express our sincere for condolences.
He grew up on a dairy in South Texas with his brothers and sister in Nechanitz, Fayette County. He met his life-long sweetheart, Bonnie Otto. They married June 13, 1964 in LaGrange, Texas. 

Vernon started his career with American Breeder Service to serve the North Texas Region in 1965, and was considered a pioneer in the artificial insemination industry which he continued until his death.

Vernon was a founding member of the Red River Angus Association, holding office and providing many years of service to the organization. He will surely be missed by us all.

Robert C. "Bob" Berger, 75, passed away Monday, January 25, 2016 in Wichita Falls. A Celebration of Life will be held at 3:00 PM, Friday, January 29, 2016 in the Chapel of Lunn's Colonial Funeral Home. Arrangements are under the direction of Lunn's Colonial.
Bob Berger was a real asset to our group and he will be missed.

Bob retired from the petroleum industry in 1997 and returned to the farm where he and Ann resumed the active operation and management of the farm engaged in raising registered Black Angus Cattle where they accumulated some of the better Angus genetics for their herd. Bob retired again in September of 2012 when he sold his Black Angus herd to Matthew Capps. To Bob's delight, the herd remained in his pasture so he could see them from the back porch without having to do the work to maintain them.

He was elected as a voting delegate from Texas to the American Angus Association and had served on the Board of Directors of the Texas Angus Association. In 2013 he and Ann were inducted into the Texas Angus Hall of Fame.

​My beloved husband, Butch Brundage, passed away at 5:05 am on Sunday, January 10, 2016, from a sudden and fatal heart attack. Butch did not want a large funeral and would like his memory to be a happy one.

Colonel Lucien Anson Brundage was laid to rest on his 75th birthday, January 22, 2016, at a military honors ceremony at the Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery attended by family only. Butch was committed to his final resting place in style with gun volleys, taps, American flag and the Army thankful for his 30 years service to his country.

I ask that you let his other friends, fraternity brothers and farm friends know of Butch's passing. I regret the late notification but have been in shock and completely overwhelmed. I found your email addresses on Butch's computer.

I am truly blessed and thankful to God for putting this amazing man into my life.

Thank you,
Glenda Brundage  

 Ronnie Coulter passed away on November 10, 2015. Ronnie, with his wife, was a longtime member of the RRAA and lived in Ponder.