Fred R. Cazort, Sr. (Sign Guestbook)

Fred Richardson Cazort, Sr. passed away on August 22, 2017. He was a member of Fountain City United Methodist Church in Knoxville, TN. Fred was preceded in death by his parents, John Guy Cazort, Sr., and Willie Mae McIntosh Cazort; brother, John Guy Cazort, Jr.; sister, Anne Cazort Hardy and brother-in-law, Robert B. Hardy; brother, Robert McIntosh Cazort. He leaves behind his wife Gladys “Pat” Cazort; sons, Fred “Richard” Cazort, Jr. and wife, Carol Foster Cazort, and John Shadle Cazort; grandson Kenneth Richardson Cazort; sister, Jane McIntosh Cazort; and many nieces and nephews. Graveside services in Lamar, Arkansas will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family request donations be made to the charity of your choice. Gentry Griffey Funeral Chapel is honored to serve the Cazort family and invites you to sign the online guestbook below.

6 guestbook entries for “Fred R. Cazort, Sr.”:

  1. Curtis Finch, Jr. says:

    Sorry to hear about Fred. We were athletic managers together for two years at Little Rock High School. Fred was a year ahead of me, and helped me a great deal. I saw him at one of the Wilson’s Tigers gatherings a few years ago, and we enjoyed reminiscing. His brother, Bob, was in my class. Curtis Finch

  2. Linda Smith says:

    Pat, it was an honor to have known you and Fred. You both always made me feel special and loved. Your continued friendship came at a time when I truly needed it. He will be so greatly missed.

  3. James H. Sewell says:

    We share in the grief of this family over the death of a classmate.

    Charlotte Hunter Sewell, ’50
    James Sewell, ’51

  4. Bill Barnard says:

    Fred was a close friend at LRHS. I knew him best as a student manager for the Tiger football team. There were three student managers that I especially remember: Skipper Graham, Bill Floyd and Fred. They would patch us up, tape us up and send us back in the game. All three have passed on and I sorely miss them.

    I send my warmest condolences to his wife Gladys and to all his family. Fred was a fine man.

    Bill Barnard

  5. Carol Latham says:

    Dear Pat,
    This is Margaret’s friend, Carol, on Bainbridge Island. So sorry to hear of Fred’s passing. I’m glad that Margaret will be coming to lend you a hand. All of us feel like we know both you and Fred so well over the years of hearing Margaret’s tales.
    Just letting you know you are in our thoughts and prayers.
    Carol Latham

  6. Cassie Hatch says:

    Pat, I was so sorry to read about Fred passing away. You guys had been married for a long time just like George and I were. You and your family will certainly miss him terribly. You are certainly in my thoughts and prayers. My love, Cassie (Jordan) Hatch

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