Driven to Serve
Fred Cope is a People-person. Fred is a Teacher. Three things Drive Him:
Fred Cope is driven to serve God. You cannot spend much time with Fred without knowing that. He doesn't preach at people--he serves. He strives to follow the Golden Rule: "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." He enjoys people. He has a natural inclination to teach--to share what he has learned. Fred is easy-going, but tenacious--he doesn't give up easily. You'll see that when he is searching for the home you desire. He is patient--he will endure--he won't give up on you, even when you begin to think, "What's the use?" And, Fred Listens to you.
Fred Cope is driven by his Community. Fred loves Nashville--a native Nashvillian. He is proud of Tennessee, and as a Vietnam era veteran, he loves the phrase, "These colors don't run." Fred has an added appreciation for those who serve our Nation. Community is PEOPLE, and not landmarks. He derives great satisfaction from helping someone buy their own home: becoming a stable part of his community.
Fred Cope is driven by his Family. Hope you love Grandkids, because Fred is all about his grandchildren. Fred and Cheri married in 1967, have three children: Alan, Leanne and Sheron. Currently there are nine grandkids: Six boys: Andrew, Ezra, Nathan, Benjamin, Corbin, and Luke. Three very special girls: Evelyn, Ember and Lila. Those who know Fred's family agree with him when he says, "The smartest thing I ever did was to marry Cheri." When speaking of his three children, he often says, "He would wish every dad could be so fortunate", and credits their mother and grandparents. There are those of us, not related by blood, that know Fred considers us as Family. You may come to know that also.
--Someone who knows Fred