Larry Fradejas • September 2, 2020

Larry Fradejas, 64, of Pensacola Florida went to be with the Lord, September 2nd 2020.He was born September 9th 1955, along with his twin brother Jerry. Larry was a God-fearing family man who enjoyed fishing, reading, old movies, singing and spending time with his family. He was a loving father, and beloved friend and brother. He was avid in attending church at both Olive Baptist and classes held at Hillcrest. He retired after spending 16 years employed by the State of Florida Department of Corrections for Escambia County. Larry is preceded in death by his mother Ruby, stepfather Harry, brother Eddie, and sisters Donna and Janet. He is survived by his children Narissa , Shannon , Crystal, Lauren and Brandon, along with the mother of his children, Janice, his four grandchildren, seven siblings, and numerous nieces and nephews. A visitation and service held for his memory will be held on his 65th birthday, September 9th 2020 beginning at 9AM for viewing followed by service at 10 at Pensacola Memorial Gardens Funeral Home. Please wear a mask and practice social distancing You may watch the webcast live and/or for 90 days after day of service by entering this website address into the address bar of one of the compatible browsers (Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox on a Windows computer/phone or Safari on an Apple Mac/Iphone) and Adobe Flash Player is required.
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In lieu of flowers, for those who wish to celebrate his life, donations can be made to Crystal Braddock. The family would like to thank each and every one of those who have taken the time to reach out and express their love and condolences during this trying time. We greatly appreciate all the love and support shown for our loved one both before and after his passing.

  1. Terrie Taylor (Crowe) says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. RIP Larry, you will be missed .

  2. Loria Dean says:

    Larry loved the Lord and his children. I met Larry at Mill’s Eye Specialist awhile back. We just started a conversation soon it was his children and the Lord. Very kind gentleman. Condolences to the family. Prayers of peace comfort and strength.

  3. Ira and Irma Amargo says:

    May the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ be our comfort and peace, as He has been to Larry, Whom he loved and served❤️

  4. Jerry Fradejas says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. Your father and my brother,was a good man.I will miss talking and being with him. He loved and care so much for his daughters. He gave you girls advice and did all he could to help y’all. Love y’all and stay in touch with me.

  5. John and Brenda Amargo says:

    Larry I’m going to miss your midnight calls asking me what am doing.You were the kindest and gentlest person I ever known.God must need you for other missions.We love you,nothing going to be the same around here.Our hearts will always ache for you.💔

  6. Ann Joiner says:

    So sorry for your loss. Praying for peace and comfort for his sweet daughters and other family.

  7. Peggy Brauchler says:

    I am so so sorry about the loss of Larry. He was a good man, always kind. Mother always enjoyed seeing him. He had a great sense of humor. Prayers for all of your loving memories to comfort you during the coming days.

  8. Randy Woolf says:

    Rest In Peace Larry. Having only known you on a professional basis with ECSO, I found you to be a caring and honest person. My prayers for your family during this difficult time.

  9. cheryl anderson says:

    So sorry for your loss I knew Larry thorugh working in corrections. Will be praying for your family

  10. Randy Lowman says:

    Rest In Peace … was a good workmate

  11. Prayers for Larry and his family.

  12. Sharlene Wingate says:

    I am so sorry about Larry’s passing. My condolences goes out to his family. Larry was a soft-spoken, nice guy.

  13. Juanita Jackson* Allison says:

    Condolences to James & the entire Fradejas Family. May God comfort you during your time of loss. I was sadden by the passing of Larry who I always affectionately just called “Fradejas”. Larry(Fradejas) was my co-worker at C.B.D. We were Detention Deputy’s at that time under Sheriff David Morgans Supervision. Over the years our paths would cross during Shift Change or Training Sessions. Fradejas and I would engage in conversations. He was a great conversationalist. I liked to talk and he liked to talk. Although sometimes our conversations were brief, I always enjoyed them. Larry(Fradejas) would always arrive early before his Shift Muster,he would be wearing a smile as he arrived. It was always good to see him. He had a kind loving gentle spirit that could be felt by any one he encountered.It has been many years since I had the pleasure of talking with Larry(Fradejas), but I was honored to know him.I will remember him with a smile. Those were the good old days.I will remember him as a Man of Integrity. He was what I like to call “GOOD PEOPLE”.My thoughts and prayers are with the Fradejas Family. God be with all of you. R.I.P. Larry(“Fradejas”) #2202.

  14. Tara Papillion says:

    Uncle Larry, we will sure miss you so much. Your wisdom, your humor, your thirst for knowledge, and especially, your always kind words. We are all better off for having known you. Thanks for teaching me things like cursive & poetry when I was growing up. Now I teach to others, as my career. You’ll always be in our hearts, until we meet again. -Your niece

  15. Joan Clayton says:

    Prayers of comfort and strength for Larry’s family,

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