By Bill Thomas Sr.
June 21, 2005
Mr. Carroll Fader has been a mentor, role model, confidant and special friend for many years. And I was fortunate to become part of this association following his retirement from the world of education. He immersed himself in the efforts of post secondary education even when he was no longer staff. He's responsible for the initiation of many of the surviving programs now enjoyed by University of Alaska and many positive programs and design at the Ketchikan campus.
He is always the gentleman, and has many interests. I applaud his continued involvement in the community and especially with the efforts at the Ketchikan General hospital. His letter to his daughters tells a lot about Mr. Fader. God bless you my friend and continued good health.
Bill Thomas Sr.
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