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Kendra Lea FredrickKendra Lea Fredrick, 29, of Joplin passed away on Tuesday, December 15, 2020 at Mercy Hospital in Springfield. Kendra was born on July 18, 1991 in Joplin; the daughter of Todd & Deborah (McKeehan) Chambers She is survived by: Her grandparents, David & Sarrah McKeehan, Her Children: Hunter, Catrina, Cameron & Silas. Fianc�e Chris Troyer, Sister & Brother-n-law Amanda (McKeehan), Andrew Every, Brother & Sister-n-law Taylen & Kristi Fredrick. Sister & Brother-n-law Ashley & Billy Holloway. Brothers Josh Chambers, Nick Chambers & Sly Chambers. Nephews and Nieces: Landon, Ryker, Alexis, Noah, Brooke, Victoria & Jordyn. Kendra was preceded in death by Baby Fredrick, Great Grandparents, Great Uncles & Cousins. Kendra touched so many hearts during her time with us. She loved music, dancing, KC Chiefs, and enjoyed the simple things in life, but above all she loved being a mom and loved her family. Kendra is a very strong and independent woman who would help anyone without question. She enjoyed making people laugh with her witty sense of humor. Kendra is loved and cherished by her family and friends. She will always be in our hearts and will be forever missed. Cremation rites have been accorded and arrangements are under the care & direction of Adams Funeral Home of Ozark.
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Funeral Home Owner Feb 9 2021 12:00 AM
Kendra has always been my daughter in law since the first time I met her and I wouldn't have it any other way when I got out of the hospital after fighting back from pneumonia I had to stay with her and my son for the first year and I wouldn't trade my time with Kendra she never tried to turn my son against me and she was my friend I will miss her so very much and I promised her I will help take care of them babies the best of my ability she had a beautiful smile a great laugh and a great heart I would love you forever Kendra thank you for being my daughter-in-law
Belinda fortner Dec 23 2020 12:00 AM
My sister, my best friend. I can't think of one memory I have that doesn't have you in it. You have made me the happiest sister in the whole world. I can't pick a favorite memory because they are all my favorites, but I specifically remember dancing and singing in the car at the top of our lungs and laughing at our dance moves. I will forever hold you in my heart. You will always be with me. I love you more than I can even put into words. I can't wait to see you again
Amanda McKeehan Dec 18 2020 12:00 AM