Jess, Owens (as often referred to by his younger brother), was reunited into the loving embrace of his mother, father and eternal family.
Jess was born June 24, 1969 to parents, Bonnie (Preslar) Woodyatt and Newell Fredrickson. He is survived by his most beloved siblings, Shane ( spouse Darla), Monte (spouse Tasha), Shayane ( spouse Jared), his children, Kandice, Sheldon (spouse Catie), his grandkids Banks, Ford, Newton, his loving step dad, Glen Woodyatt and so many other extended family members that grew up with him and were close.
Jess's best friends were his brothers whom he adored. They along with many cousins in their small town relied on each other, loved each other unconditionally, always creating adventures and mischief.
You could always count on him to receive you with an open embrace and a smile. He never led by arrogance, always by selflessness in finding value in others. Jess had an incredible, spiritual gift. He often seeked knowledge and was highly intuitive. Because of his own personal struggles he was very sensitive and had an abundance of compassion and empathy towards others. Jess was often charitable and believed of the healing of service to others.
Jess had a love of GODS EARTH; The beauty of nature. He loved to fish, hike and just be out in the open air to reflect and allow life's troubles to be forgotten. Jess was intelligent and clever and had an infectious sense of humor. He was a great listener and loved to talk and be around his family. He is ADORED and there is always going to be a void without him in our earthly presence.
May your streams always be pure and your fishing be plentiful. May you feel all the love envelope you, giving you comfort and may your mind and heart be at peace. Love you Always, till we meet Again.
Services will be held on Saturday, July 16, 2022. Graveside services will be held at 10:00 AM in the Avon Cemetery. A visitation for family and friends will follow from 11:00 to 11:50 AM in the Avon First Ward Chapel, 155 East 9400 South in Paradise. The Memorial service will follow at noon. The service may be viewed via Zoom at: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/
In lieu of flowers, the family request for you to please donate to: valleycamputah.com or: Valley Camp, P.O. Box 9584, Ogden, Ut 84409 (Please note donation on behalf of Jess Fredrickson).
Memories may be shared with the family at www.whitepinefunerals.com