(Taken from the http://www.knoxnews.com/)A Mountain City, Tenn., man is listed as one of the 13 victims from Thursday's shooting rampage at Fort Hood in Texas.
Spc. Frederick Greene, 29, of Mountain City, was assigned to the 16th Signal Company, according to the Army.
The Johnson City Press is reporting that Greene’s family has not released any information pertaining to his death, but Greene’s father, Rob Nourse, will be issuing a statement Sunday at 4 p.m. at his residence, located at 115 Harber Lane.
The Army said Greene's body, along with those of all the others killed in the shooting, was transported to Dover, Del., for an autopsy.
Greene went by "Freddie" and was active at Baker’s Gap Baptist Church while he was growing up, said Glenn Arney, the church’s former superintendent and a former co-worker of Greene’s.
"I went to church with him, knew him all of his life. He was one of the finest boys you ever saw," Arney said.
Arney worked with Greene for several years at A.C. Lumber and Truss in Mountain City. The company designs and builds trusses, which are structures that support the roofs and floors of houses and other buildings.
"He was a hard worker. He was a computer whiz. He could design a truss. He could do about anything," Arney said.