Sydnee Belle Frei – St George News


April 8, 1980 – November 9, 2021

Our sweet Sydnee Belle, 41, unexpectedly left this earthly life to make new friends in her heavenly home on November 9, 2021. True definition of love, Syd’s greatest desire was that everyone world loves each other.

On April 8, 1980, the Frei family were blessed with Sydnee Belle. Lowell, Julie, Tony, Shannon and Lyndsey welcomed her with open arms… then later Syd made her wish come true, a little brother, Mitch.

Syd was a bundle of joy. She was a little cutie and we all wanted to chew on her rosy cheeks. She was a pleasure to be around and easy to love. Friends have always been an important part of her life. From an early age, children turned to Syd, and sharing love with others was her daily goal.

Sydnee grew up in St. George and attended school here. She graduated from Snow Canyon High School in 1998 and received her Bachelor of Arts from Dixie College, then continued her education at UVU in Provo, Utah.

She was a favorite Pizza Factory employee in St. George, then in Provo. She liked to go to work, to be able to visit. She worked at Newby’s Hill Top Conoco and Fabulous Freddy’s for many years and made lifelong friends. (You could be one of her groupies!) Syd usually had a large mug of soda in her hand. A victim of work in the soda business!

Singing and acting were some of his many talents. She sang songs before she could share a full line. She shared her singing skills in choirs like a little tic and then continued to sing at events and funerals. She was a member of the Snow Canyon Madrigals and performed in plays throughout her teenage years. Syd loved doing arts and crafts and was so willing to share her talents. Cooking was also one of his talents. She would prepare for a storm and then deliver to neighbors, family and friends.

Syd was lucky to have a BIG heart. She had a gentle temper and was truly a peacemaker. She was always concerned about others. She had a hug and a bag of candy for the little ones that she adored. The kids loved Syd. Everyone loved Syd. She was the life of the party. She is a true definition of love, friendship and service.

Syd loved family gatherings (she was already excited for Thanksgiving). She left a big hole in our hearts, but we feel peace knowing that she is healthy and happy again.

Syd was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and loved her Savior. She believed that families were together forever!

Our beautiful Syd leaves behind: mother, Julie (Jeff) Allen, Kanab, Utah, father, Lowell Frei, Hurricane, Utah, sisters; Shannon (Jason) Lowe, Holiday Utah, Lyndsey (Greg) Hunter, Hurricane, Utah, brother; Mitch (Kristin) Frei, Panguitch, Utah, grandmother; Jewel Snow, St. George, Utah; nieces and nephews; Dylan (Will) Nicholas, Skylar and Marley Lowe, Hadlee and Hayzen Hunter, Tobi and Tommy Frei and many uncles, aunts and cousins.

Those who welcomed Syd to the house: brother; Tony Frei, grandparents; Erle H. Snow, Howard and Ora Nell Frei, uncle; Terry Frei, aunt; India Frei, cousin; Lonnie Frei.

We will be celebrating Syd’s life at Spilsbury Mortuary, with a visit on Sunday November 14 from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. and Monday, November 15 from 9 a.m. to 9.45 a.m. Funeral service November 15 at 10 a.m. at the Spilsbury Mortuary Chapel.

Interment will be in Pine Valley, Utah. (Bring a coat.)

We would like to thank Steve Hunt (Syd’s neighbor) for his loving and loving care of Syd!

Arrangements are being made under the direction of Spilsbury Mortuary, 110 S. Bluff St., St. George, Utah, 435-673-2454.

Friends and family are welcome to sign Sydnee’s online guestbook at www.spilsburymortuary.com.

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