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Every $75 Donated Provides
1 Hour of EMDR Therapy
Your Donation Saves Lives
We advocate for treatment without medication such as EMDR since finding out that Cpl. Chad O was not the only one to die at the hands of the military doctors due to over-drugging.
Your donation powers us to spread awareness to the public about PTSD through our events. As well as sponsors treatment for the veterans that are suffering so we can bring them “All The Way Home”.
In loving memory of
Mildred Bernice Frederick
Mildred Bernice Frederick passed away January 22, 2023 after living an amazing 99 years surrounded by
the love of her family.
Mildred was born in Tyler Texas on August 6, 1923. She was raised on a farm, went to college for a business degree and proceeded to a career with Exxon as a Chart Integrator, although her dream was to be a nurse. She enjoyed her later years living independently at the Heights Tower in Houston. She enjoyed getting her hair done, taking her many walks and spending time with her family.
Mildred’s children from her marriage to William Frederick (1943-1953), Paul, Sandy, and Robert brought her much joy. Her son Robert joined the Army and served two tours in the Vietnam War (1969-1972) and was awarded 3 Bronze Star Medals. Paul served in the Air Force in Thailand at Udorn AFB (1964-1967). Her children were her world, and she was blessed with many grandchildren, great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren.
Preceded in death by her son Bobby (May 12, 2017) and great- granddaughter Samantha (August 19, 2008) and great grandson Christopher (June 28, 2020). Mildred is survived and dearly missed by her children Sandy & Paul (Norma), and her daughter-in-law Ann (Bobby). Her grandchildren Lisa, Abby(Paul), Hanna, Rachel (Dan), Jacob, Tyler(Kiana), Amberly, and Aimee(Richard). Her great grandchildren Alisha, Amanda, Kyrsti (Bryan), Gabe, Jonathon, Caroline (Drew), Eric, Amber, Brandon, Austin (Tiffany), Morgan, Kyrie, Richard Jr.. Mildred’s great great-grandchildren Alexander, Alaya, Easton, Malynna, Emalee, Damien, Donavien, Nolan, Alaina, Brenley, Brylynn, Bentley, and William.
To Honor Mildred’s wishes her family will observe a Celebration of Life in Tyler Texas, August of 2023 during the month of what would have been her 100th birthday.
On her behalf the family wishes that in lieu of flowers a donation be made to the Cpl. Chad Eric Oligschlaeger Foundation For PTSD, to help our Veterans, a cause dear to her heart.
If you will be dedicating your donation please check the appropriate box and include Mildred’s name. We thank you for choosing to support us.
If you prefer to donate by mail, please send payment to:
Cpl. Chad Eric Oligschlaeger Foundation for PTSD
16338 Peach Orchard Drive, Humble, TX, 77396
The Cpl. Chad Eric Oligschlaeger Foundation for PTSD is a 501(c)(3) public charity.
All donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
Federal identification number: 45-4454469
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