Former WFISD associate superintendent dies after battle with COVID-19

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CORPUS CHRISTI (KFDX/KJTL) — A former WFISD associate superintendent died after a battle with COVID-19, according to Kris News 6 in Corpus Christi.

Flour Bluff ISD announced in a Facebook post that Dr. David Freeman, a 1992 graduate of Rider High School, died Wednesday morning after battling health issues for several months.

According to KRIS News 6, his sister, Lori Cowan, said he had been battling COVID-19 for several weeks.

Dr. Freeman as the new chief academic officer for WFISD in 2013. He replaced Dr. Tim Powers, who resigned.

Previously, he was the superintendent at Montague ISD.

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