Sydnee Belle Frei

St. George, Utah

Sydnee Belle Frei

April 8, 1980 – November 9, 2021

Our sweet Sydnee Belle (41) unexpectantly left this earthly life to make new friends in her heavenly home on November 9, 2021. A true definition of love, Syd’s greatest desire was to have everyone love one another.

April 8, 1980, the Frei family was blessed with Sydnee Belle. Lowell, Julie, Tony, Shannon, Lyndsey welcomed her with open arms….then later Syd got her to wish, a little brother, Mitch. Syd was a bundle of joy. She was a little cutie and we all just wanted to chew on her rosy cheeks.

She was a delight to be around and easy to love. Friends have always been an important part of her life. At an early age, kids gravitated to Syd, and sharing love with others was her daily goal.

Sydnee grew up in St. George and attended school here. She graduated from Snow Canyon High School in 1998 and received her BA from Dixie College then continued her education at UVU in Provo, Utah.

She was a favorite employee at Pizza Factory in St. George and then in Provo. She loved to go to work so that she could visit. She worked at Newby’s Hill Top Conoco and Fabulous Freddy’s for many years and acquired lifelong friends. (You might be one of her groupies!) Syd usually had a big cup of pop in her hand. A casualty of working in the soda business!

Singing and performing were a few of her many talents. She sang songs before she could share a complete sentence. She shared her talents singing in choirs as a little tike and then she continued singing at events and funerals. She was a member of Snow Canyon Madrigals and performed in plays throughout her teen years. Syd loved to do arts and crafts and was so willing to share her talents. Cooking was also one of her talents. She would cook up a storm and then deliver to neighbors, family and friends.

Syd was blessed with a BIG heart. She was a softy in temperament and truly was a peacemaker. She was always concerned with others. She had a hug and a bag of candy for the little ones she adored. The kids loved Syd. Everyone loved Syd. She was the life of the party. She is a true definition of love, friendship, and service.

Syd loved family gatherings (she was already excited for Thanksgiving). She has left a huge hole in our hearts, but we feel peace knowing she is well and happy again.

Syd was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and loved her Savior. She believed in families being together forever!

Our beautiful Syd leaves behind: mother, Julie (Jeff) Allen, Kanab UT, father, Lowell Frei, Hurricane, UT, sisters; Shannon (Jason) Lowe, Holiday UT, Lyndsey (Greg) Hunter, Hurricane, UT, brother; Mitch (Kristin) Frei, Panguitch, UT, grandmother; Jewel Snow, St. George, UT; nieces and nephews; Dylan (Will) Nicholas, Skylar & Marley Lowe, Hadlee & Hayzen Hunter, Tobi & Tommy Frei and many aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Those who welcomed Syd back home: brother; Tony Frei, grandparents; Erle H. Snow, Howard, and Ora Nell Frei, uncle; Terry Frei, aunt; India Frei, cousin; Lonnie Frei.

We will celebrate Syd’s life at Spilsbury Mortuary, with a viewing on Sunday, November 14th from 5:00 to 6:00 and Monday, November 15th from 9:00 am to 9:45 am. Funeral service November 15th at 10:00 at Spilsbury Mortuary Chapel.

Family and friends that are unable to attend are invited to view the funeral service by clicking on the link below.

Interment will take place in Pine Valley, Utah. (Bring a coat.)

**We would like to thank Steve Hunt (Syd’s neighbor) for his love and watchful care for Syd!

Arrangements are made under the direction of Spilsbury Mortuary, 110 S. Bluff St., St. George, Utah, (435) 673-2454

Friends and family are invited to sign Sydnee’s online guest book at



5:00 – 7:00 p.m.

Second Visitation


10:00 am


Second Visitation:
9:00 – 9:45 am

Spilsbury Mortuary Chapel
110 S. Bluff
St. George, UT


11:00 am
Pine Valley Cemetery
Pine Valley, Utah

Guest Book

12 Responses

  1. I am truly sorry for the loss of Syd. I didn’t know her like Lindsey and Julie but your family has always been awesome and therefore my heart hurts for all the family.

  2. We hadn’t seen Syd for quite awhile and have been concerned. We are so very, very sorry for your loss! She was always so friendly to us and had a big ‘Hi’ when we saw her….. You are in our prayers always…..

  3. Syd, you were truly a light to all who knew you. You will be missed greatly. Sending love to all of Syd’s family.

  4. Julie am so sorry to hear about your loss. Their is not words so won’t pretend there are. Please know my thoughts, prayers, and love are with you. Love you my friend.

  5. Dear Julie I am so saddened and sorry about your loss. Their aren’t words so won’t pretend there are. Please know my thoughts, prayers and love are with you.

  6. Sydnee, I will miss our brief chats at the gas station. Little things like that helped me during a dark period in my life. Although we didn’t talk much in high school, you remembered me when I first stopped in at the gas station on the Boulevard (now the Maverik) and then again when you moved over to Freddy’s. The obituary emulates well how you made people feel by simply saying hello and giving a smile. Breaks my heart when a tender person like you is no longer here to share that gift. May you continue to share your gift from the other side. You had a positive impact on my life and I will strive to live a better, more caring life because of you.

  7. Julie I am sorry for your loss no parent should lose a child you are a good friend with lots of good memories may god bless you with peace this time of year . Love ya

  8. Julie sorry for your loss no parent should lose a child you are a good friend with lots of good memories of our youth . God bless you with peace this time of year. Love ya

  9. Julie I am so sorry for your loss no one should lose a child you are a good friend God bless you with peace this season of the year love you and your friendship

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