OBITUARY

Kevin Lewis Niederfrank

16 November, 19586 February, 2020

Kevin Lewis Niederfrank, age 61 passed away on Thursday February 6, 2020. Kevin was born November 16, 1958 in Fresno, California.

Kevin is survived by Daughter; Kayla Niederfrank and many other loving family members

A Memorial Mass Service for Kevin will be held Monday, February 24, 2020 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM at Holy Spirit Catholic Church, 355 E Champlain Dr, Fresno, CA 93730. Following the memorial service will be a committal service from 11:30 AM to 11:45 AM at Washington Colony Cemetery District, 7318 S. Elm Ave., Fresno, CA 93706.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.whitehurstsullivan.com for the Niederfrank family.

Services

  • Memorial Service Monday, 24 February , 2020
  • Committal Service Monday, 24 February , 2020

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Kathleen Powell

24 February 2020

I just heard of Kevin's passing. I knew Kevin for many years through the industry and always enjoyed catching up with him when I would see him at meetings. He will be greatly missed. My prayers are with his children. Kevin, may you rest in peace!

Conrad Mixon

23 February 2020

Kevin's close friends in Bunkie, LA, Sandy & Van Kojis, Pam & Jude Glorioso, and Rosemary & Conrad Mixon will miss our dear friend immensely. Although the distance was almost 2000 miles, we kept up our close friendship with a few visits back and forth and mainly with many phone calls and texts weekly. He was very proud of his family and we wish God's blessings on all who loved him.

Diana Fleck

23 February 2020

I have known Kevin since grammar school. May you forever Rest In Peace. Sending many prayers to your children Kayla and Kyle .

Norma Salinas

22 February 2020

We will all miss Kevin at Salinas Nursery
He always went overboard to take care of us. We will truly miss Kevin. We all loved him so much. A TRUE friend!
God bless Kyle & Kayla his precious children he loved and always talked so proudly of!
The Salinas Family

Sharon Rossi Kiseloff

22 February 2020

Kevin will surely be missed. He always welcomed everyone with wonderful smile. A hand shake or a hug. Godspeed to the Neiderfrank family.

George Shaterian

22 February 2020

Kevin was always a friend who was willing to be there for whatever you needed. I know he loved Kayla and Kyle more than anything in the world. Rest in peace my friend.

Jude Glorioso

20 February 2020

I met Kevin through Mike Badasci when they came to Louisiana for the Louisiana Corn Festival. Kevin had a great time.
I haven’t seen Kevin for over twenty years but we stayed in touch through phone calls and emails. He loved his children and told me wonderful things about them. He made an effort to let you know how much he cared. He was a good friend and I will miss him.

Patriicia Stockdale

19 February 2020

Kevin will be missed by all at Maple Leaf Apartments! Its just not the same at the end of the complex without seeing his truck or his smiling face over the top of his patio fence waving, "Hello."
I first met Kevin through my son, (Chris Hester) who was a close friend and neighbor.
Kevin was always watching out for his neighbors and willing
to lend a helping hand.
He shared a few holiday parties and special events with our little family, never staying long but always a welcome quest.
My condolences to his beloved children Kyle and Kayla and family.
Patricia Stockdale

Karin Jacobs

19 February 2020

Kevin was a valuable member of our community.
He met all his neighbors with a big hello and smile ,

Famous for his BBQ and desserts and always willing to share.

The great love and pride of his life were Kayla and Kyle.
If you wanted to know his heart all you had to ask "How's the
kids?" The smile and words said it all. He loved them and
was so proud of them and the many accomplishments they had.
My prayers and thought are with them and the entire Niederfrank family.

Chris Hester

19 February 2020

Kevin was a neighbor for the last few years but more importantly, a good friend. He loved to make good BBQ and desserts and always shared, and always was there if you needed a ride or any other help.

He loved his children and was extremely proud of them and lived for them until the end.

Kevin my friend, you will be missed Sir, Rest In Peace.

FROM THE FAMILY