1800 St. George Rd., Evansville

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Decola H. Frey

March 29, 1975 - January 14, 2020

Decola Frey obit - Decola H. Frey

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    Goldie "Charlie" Frey says

    Decola was the son I never had, I am proud to be his step mother but losing Decola is losing another part of his dad

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    Rhonda Harper says

    Tammy I’m so sorry for your loss. Prayers to you , Jaime and the whole family🙏😇

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    Mary and Melvin Willman says

    Deepest sympathy for the family. Lots of prayers being sent your way.

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    Susie Hite says

    Jamie, Kendra, and Decola you have my deepest sympathy. Sending you all my love and prayers.

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    Susie Hite says

    Jamie, Kendra, and Decola you have my deepest sympathy. Sending all my love and prayers to you.

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    Michael Nouri says

    Decola and family, I am really sorry for your loss. Thinking of you.

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Decola H. Frey, 44 of Evansville, passed away on January 14, 2020 at Linda E. White Hospice. He was born on March 29, 1975 to Charles Edward Frey and Tammy Cavanaugh in Peoria, Illinois.

Decola worked his whole entire life as a laborer. He was an excellent welder, craftsman, and mechanic. He loved working on cars and did mechanic work the majority of his life. Decola was an active member of the community and member of the Eagles Club Aerie 4023. Decola was also an avid motorcycle enthusiast.

Decola is survived by his wife of 24 years Jamie S. Frey; daughter Kendra E. Scheu (Austin Hutchison); son Decola K. Frey (Stephanie); grandsons Karsen Hutchison, Kyzer Hutchison and one on the way; his mother and step-father Tammy and Steve Elliott; step-mother “Charlie” Frey; grandmother Sharron Rexing; brothers Brian Shiver, Charles E. Frey II, and Chris Frey; and many nieces and nephews.

Decola was preceded in death by his father Charles E. Frey; his grandfather Decola Cavanaugh; his uncle John F. Cavanaugh; and his father-in-law Kenneth E. Scheu.

Decola’s last wishes were to be cremated and taken on a last ride on the bikes. The family plans on doing the ride this spring. Any and all bikes are welcome.