Justin Edward Frear

March 3, 1972February 24, 2020
Obituary of Justin Edward Frear
Justin Edward Frear, 47, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, February 24, 2020 in Phoenix, AZ. He was born March 3, 1972, the only child of Evelyn and Gerald Frear, who preceded him in death. Growing up in Phoenix, he graduated from Alhambra High School in 1990. At 18, he entered the workman’s compensation insurance industry as a temp, and made it a successful career over the next 30 years. Justin met his wife, Elizabeth, at the Coffee Plantation in Tempe, AZ on May 18, 1994. He proposed on September 2, and they were married the following May 20, 1995. In 2001, a daughter, Aubrey, was added to their family and 3 years later a son, Carson. Justin was fiercely devoted to loving, protecting, and providing for his wife and children. He was also committed to living his faith through showing peace, patience, kindness, and quiet loyalty. Outside of family, Justin’s interests were God, family, Set Free Soldiers MC, cigars, guitars, tattoos, and the people he surrounded himself with who inspired him. He received his first guitar for Christmas at the age of 4, and was strongly influenced by 70s and 80s Metal. Kiss, Skid Row, Motley Crue, and Alice in Chains were the bands who inspired him to keep practicing and playing. He started playing out in Next Realm until he created Tykkus in 2003, one of his favorite endeavors of all time. He played in Blind Seven and Ultimatum, making great music and memories that he cherished. For the last few years, Justin was proud to be a guitarist for Cloud of Redemption and proud to call its members his friends. Another of Justin’s passions was riding. He became a member of Set Free Soldiers MC in 2012. This brotherhood impacted his life in every way. He was always a man of integrity and strength, but SFS trained him to serve others in tangible ways and grew his faith in God. He deeply loved and respected his club brothers, with whom he shared an unbreakable bond. Justin leaves behind Elizabeth, his bride of nearly 25 years, his daughter Aubrey (19), son Carson (16), in-laws Keith and Anita Poling, and five brothers-in-law (Shaun Poling, Jay Poling (Melissa), David Shockley, Joel Poling, and Thomas Shockley to carry on – to ‘stay the course’ as he would say. Although we are immensely grateful that we had him as long as we did, his absence will be keenly felt until we are reunited in heaven. You stayed the course; rest in peace, my Love.

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