Is a day we’ll never forget.
ABOUT THE FOUNDATION
Scott was a dedicated dad, loving son, and loyal friend to many. He was an active member of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church. His hobbies included golfing, hunting, fishing, and avidly supporting the Texas Longhorns. Scott is survived by his wife of 21 years, Kim; daughters, Lindsay and Alexis; Parents, Georganne and Robert Freund; Brothers Kenneth (Jill); Britt (Kay); Matt; Pat (Amy); uncles and aunts, along with many nieces, nephews, and cousins. Scott’s family and friends shall forever treasure their memories of his great smile and infectious laugh, which attracted him to many friends, family, and business associates. The family extends heartfelt thanks to all dedicated volunteers who spent countless hours in the search and recovery effort. Because of this tragedy, the family has decided to create the Scott A. Freund Memorial Foundation located at 11403 Jones Maltsberger, San Antonio, TX 78216.
The organization is a 100% volunteer organization formed in 2010 to honor the memory of Scott Freund, who was killed in a boating accident. The foundation has been providing funds for equipment for local water safety and water and search and rescue organizations since its inception, as well as promoting boater and hunting safety through donations to various other hunting and fishing organizations.
Growing up as the second youngest of 5 boys, Scott always found himself surrounded by friends and neighbors. With his great smile and infectious laugh, along with a myriad of friends and business associates, Scott acquired multiple nicknames throughout his life. His father bestowed “Charlie” to him at an early age because of the TV tuna commercial for Starkist Tuna. He always told Scott he was a cool dude but not good enough to be a Starkist. His legacy lives on through this foundation and motor craft and vehicle donations which also bear his name.