Noah James Frediani
December 10, 1982 – May 5, 2018
NOAH JAMES FREDIANI
Noah J. Frediani, 35, of Sanford, Florida died at home on Saturday May 5, 2018 after a long battle with drug addiction.
He was born on December 10, 1982 in Hartford, Connecticut. He also lived in Grafton, Massachusetts andLouisville, Kentucky but spent most of his growing up years in Falmouth, Massachusetts before moving toFlorida in 1999. He graduated High School from Seminole Trinity Christian School in 2001 and then served inthe USMC during Iraqi Freedom.
He leaves a brother Adam Frediani, sister in law Jackie Frediani, nephew Abram and niece Taylor Frediani of Osteen, Florida and his parents Phyllis and Leo Frediani of Sanford, brother Christopher Frediani of RoundRock, Texas, niece Angellina Frediani of San Antonio, Texas, cousins Matt and Heather Grosk and their children Alec and Ivy of New Hartford, Connecticut, cousins John and Meg Paganelli and their four children of Sterling, Virginia, and Uncle Jack and Aunt Virginia Paganelli, also of Sterling, Virginia.
A memorial service will be held at Baldwin-Fairchild Oaklawn Chapel 5000 County Road 46A, Sanford, Florida on Saturday June 2, 2018 at 11:00 am.
- Celebration of Life Saturday, June 2, 2018
Noah James Frediani
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June 1, 2018
God chose a special angel when you went to join him. You had a soul that was unremarkable, thanks for sharing that special love with me. I will cherish all our times together,...dancing at Full Moon Circle, eating PHO, little festivals in Sanford. When I was down, you always lighten my heart and made me laugh. I could call you and knew you were truly a real friend. Thanks for the late night talks of our spiritual beliefs, and of life itself.
This is how I know you're at peace and can feel no more earthly pain or suffering. I will always hold you in my heart. Until we dance under the moon again. Love you my friend. 🙏
May 28, 2018
Phyllis and Leo and surrounding family,
I am so deeply saddened to learn Noah has earned his wings so soon. I remember having fun with Noah and Adam as kids growing up on the Cape .Going to church and visiting your house with Debbie and Becky. Several years back I had the opportunity to reconnect with Noah on Facebook. Sometimes he would reach out for a private chat. I really enjoyed his conversation and outlook on life. Please know that you have my love, and prayers and wish you comfort in this difficult time.
One thing to add as a specifically fond memory is, something that will always remind me of Noah. There was this Facebook post about seeing a certain number over and over, and the deeper connection to that, that Noah had shared. It really intrigued me, because I always see the number 728 in some way (which is my birthday; 7/28) , and mentioned this in the comments. We had a nice chat about that. Still, until this day I see the number, everywhere. Now, when I see that number, I always think of Noah and that conversation ❤️