Fred Thomson Obituary, Death – We are deeply disappointed to notify you of Fred Stewart Thomson’s demise. In addition to being an exceptional instructor at Dunn School, Fred Stewart Thomson was recognized in his capacities as a parent, spouse, athlete, and philanthropist. We are sorry to inform you of his loss. We would like to offer our most sincere sympathies, as well as our hopes that you can find solace in the company of those you love. In addition to being an incisive and much-loved history teacher and, for a number of years, the committed Athletic Director and Track & Field coach, Stewart was arguably most well-known for his towering and powerful frame as well as his ability to lift weights.
He also served as the dedicated Athletic Director and Track & Field coach for a number of years. In addition to that, he devoted a number of years to the roles of Athletic Director and coach of the track and field team. He taught history in secondary schools all the way up to the high school level. While Stewart was busy working and growing his family on campus, he and his wife Sally, who was also prominent in the local professional community, never missed a chance to engage in any of the many activities and events that the institution had to offer.
While Stewart was busy working and raising his family on campus, Sally was also prominent in the local professional society. In addition to this, Stewart was an important member of the professional community and contributed to its overall development. Stewart ‘Moe’ Thomson led by example, demonstrating to us how, if we put in sufficient effort, we too, when we grew up, could become men and nice men if we worked hard enough. A History of the Dunn School is a book that can be found online and was written by Ralph Lowe. I pray that God may bestow upon you the peace that your heart so desperately requires.