Kent Adair Fredric

2nd June 1985 - 10th February 2021
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J Fraser and Sons' Chapel,
Cnr Esk and Doon Streets,
Invercargill
Sunday
11 July 2021, 10:00AM

FREDRIC, Kent Adair.

Kent died tragically in his quest for a new life in Florida USA, February 9th 2021 at 35yrs old, son of Allan
and the late Dawn Fredric. Kent is survived by his three siblings, Glenn, Janine & Leah and his father Allan,
who will miss him very much.

A service of celebration of Kent’s life will be held at J Fraser and Sons Chapel, Cnr Esk and Doon Streets,
Invercargill on Sunday, July 11th at 10 am followed by a ‘chew and chat’ in the Lounge at
J Fraser & Sons, then Kent will be interred at the Eastern Cemetery with his Mother who died only 2 years ago.

Kent was a giving person who cared for his many global friends due to his work in writing and fixing problems
in computer programs. https://www.gentoo.org/news/2021/02/12/in-memory-of-kent-kentnl-fredric.html

Kent is the loved cousin of the Harris Family and Aaron (Australia); Vanessa, Amber, Sarah; and all his Aunties and Uncles. 

Messages to the family may be sent to Kent's tribute page at frasersfunerals.co.nz/tributes

Messages

Kent was known and well respected for being a quiet, very respectful and no matter how he was feeling himself managed to bring a smile to so many people's faces. Every morning he would greet me at his work talking about our days how they had been and what the next day would bring and reminiscing about the old days when we were younger and life in general. When I didnt go in he would ask my work colleagues who did to say hello and he would see me tomorrow. He was the light in some dark days for me. He quite often would have a glint in his eye and a smile on his face and when I left we would both even be laughing. I miss those days. Even the other staff members where he worked commented about the amount of conversations that would be had when I went in. They thought it was great as he didnt show this to many people. Such a devistating terrible tragedy. My thoughts and deepest sympathy have been with all the family since I first found out. He may no longer be with us but he will never be forgotten by so many people it is such a great loss. I am sorry I am not able to attend but my thoughts are with you all.
Anthea Webb, Christchurch
Apologies if I have the wrong Allan Fredric. Somehow I think I have the right family. I can ‘see’ Dick Fredric in the photograph on this page. I did not know Kent but wish you to accept our sincere Condolences on your loss. Along with my older sister Margaret Craig, I was a babysitter for Allan and a brother , Roger I think, during your primary school years, on Sunday nights when your parents went to church. Our father was Bill Craig, builder and Dick was the plumber. This was of course during the 1950s so details are poorly remembered. I recall you had beautiful long haired cats, and skirmished with them sometimes. Cherish the memories.
Heather Lynes, Alexandra
Our prayers and condolences have been with you since we first heard about Kent's tragic untimely death. I remember him as a polite, fun loving caring child and young adult. He always had a smile and warm greeting for anyone at church each Sabbath. And as he went on the high school developed a talent for computer technology and as I've learned became extremely good in his chosen career.
May God continue to bless, strengthen and comfort you Allan and Glenn, Janine and Leah. 🙏❤
Suzanne and Don McKay , Palmerston North
HI Allan and family. Sorry we can't be with you all today as you celebrate and remember Kent's life. All the very best. God bless each off you. Love and best wishes. Reece, Ronelle and Riley. X
Reece mclean, Winton