1987 Megan 2020

Megan Kay Fredrich

January 6, 1987 — July 8, 2020

Megan Kay Fredrich, 33 years old, was born on January 6, 1987 in Rhinelander Wisconsin, the daughter of Scott Fredrich and Ann Paremski. Sister of Mathew Fredrich.

Megan is survived by her son: Jameson, her brother: Mathew Fredrich (Deniece), her father: Scott Fredrich, (Wendy), her mother: Ann Paremski and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

Megan is preceded in death by paternal grandparents; Tom and Elaine Fredrich, maternal grandparents; David and Carolyn Paremski and an uncle, Michael Paremski. She is also preceded in death by a close friend, Molly Maher.

Megan graduated from Neenah High School and went on to earn an associate degree in applied sciences in natural resources from Fox Valley Technical College.

Megan had a brilliant mind, a beautiful heart and was a lover of twisted humor and sarcasm.
Nine years ago, she gave birth to the joy of her life. Jameson was Megan’s world and Megan was Jameson’s world. They learned from each other.

Megan filled Jameson’s life with constant exploration, from slacklines and longboards, to day trips to see ice castles and nature preserves. She shared her adventurous spirit with her son on trips to St. Louis to see the City Museum, Alaska to ride dog sleds and see the northern lights, to Pennsylvania for a private helicopter ride, and most recently to Florida to see dolphins, manatees, and to collect seashells.

She was an extremely talented artist in her own right. Her colorful and sometimes dark, deeply inspired paintings touched many people and she had become a well-known artist in the Fox Cities of Wisconsin. People dining out in the area restaurants would look forward to seeing her work on display and Megan had even done commissioned work that is on permanent display in businesses around the state and in people’s homes.

To our beautiful daughter, who was taken too early, “We loved you so very much, we will miss you so dearly, rest in peace sweet girl”
~ Mom and Dad

"She is a beautiful person, she is my little sister, she is one of the greatest artists and Mothers I know, and I'm as proud of her as I can be. Love you sis."
~ Mathew Fredrich

Megan was a captivating woman, who left an indelible mark on this earth and in our hearts and her light left us all way too soon.
~ Her friends

No service has been planned at this time.

Megan’s family would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to Fox Valley Autism and Lutheran Services for all their support in the past weeks.
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