Frederick Albert Britten (November 18, 1871 – May 4, 1946) was a U.S. Representative from Illinois. Career. Born in Chicago, Illinois, Britten attended Healds Business College, San Francisco, California. He was a construction worker and a business executive before his political career began. He served as member of ...
Jul 23, 2017 ... Fred Britten, 62, of Lincoln, died July 19, 2017. Born July 25, 1954, to Raymond and Agnes (Delaney) Britten in Red Cloud, he married Vickie Eisenhauer on April 25, 1981, in Syracuse. Fred graduated with a degree in criminal justice from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. He worked for the Nebraska ...
Jul 20, 2017 ... The warden of the Lincoln Diagnostic and Evaluation Center and Lincoln Correctional Center has died. Warden Fred Britten, 62, died Wednesday, following a brief battle with cancer, the Department of Correctional Services announced Thursday. Britten began his career with the department in 1977 as a ...
Jul 21, 2017 ... Britten, 62, had served with the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for 40 years.
Jul 20, 2017 ... Longtime Nebraska prison warden Fred Britten has died following a brief battle with cancer. He was 62.
This page provides information about bushranger Frederick Britten.
Frederick Britten escaped from Cockatoo Island in September 1863 with Fred Ward (later to become known as the bushranger Captain Thunderbolt). The following prose was written as part of a chapter I had to delete from Captain Thunderbolt and his Lady because of space limitations. It originally preceded Chapter 15.
Candidate for Vice President for Standards and Ethics in Audiology: Frederick Britten, CCC-A.
C. Frederick Britten, Ph.D., CCC-A. Fred Britten 2015. Professor E-mail:fbritten@ fhsu.edu. Area of Responsibility: Interim Program Director | Audiology | Graduate Coordinator ...