Fred Baden

Frederick Herman Baden, Sr. (May 4, 1934 – December 17, 2009), known as Fred Baden, was a Democratic mayor of Pineville, a small city across the Red River from Alexandria in Rapides Parish, Louisiana. Baden, who was of German extraction, served in the executive position from 1970 until his defeat in 1998 by the Republican Leo Deslatte.

Read more about Fred Baden:  Early Years and Family, Mayoral Service, Election Campaigns, Financial Audit, Baden's Legacy

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... Baden died at the age of seventy-five, several days after having been admitted to Rapides Regional Medical Center in Alexandria ... When he left the office of mayor, Baden declared himself a true public servant "What we get out of life is what we do for others ... council member Jack Wainwright said that Baden was known for his kindness to others and his excellent treatment of municipal employees "I don't know of any employee that didn't like the mayor ...

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