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Employment History

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Cleburne Sheet Metal Inc


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Fred Couch - General Manager of Operations


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When Fred and Tonya Couch divorced in 2006, the court ordered psychological evaluations of both parents and Ethan, their only child.
Fred Couch, now 50, told a social worker that their marriage had been a "mistake from the start," Johnson County court documents show. Fred Couch founded Cleburne Metal Works, which does large-scale metal roofing, in 1986.


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When Fred and Tonya Couch divorced in 2006, the court ordered psychological evaluations of both parents and Ethan, their only child.
Fred Couch, now 50, told a social worker that their marriage had been a "mistake from the start," Johnson County court documents show. Page 2 of 2 - He said that his wife, now 48, was addicted to Vicodin and had given the painkiller to their son about five times. She also kept his bed in her room and considered him to be her "protector." Fred Couch founded Cleburne Metal Works, which does large-scale metal roofing, in 1986.


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When Fred and Tonya Couch divorced in 2006, the court ordered psychological evaluations of both parents and Ethan, their only child.
Fred Couch, now 50, told a social worker that their marriage had been a "mistake from the start," Johnson County court documents show. He said that his wife, now 48, was addicted to Vicodin and had given the painkiller to their son about five times. She also kept his bed in her room and considered him to be her "protector." Fred Couch founded Cleburne Metal Works, which does large-scale metal roofing, in 1986.


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