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PAUL FREDERICK

Paul Frederick, 66, of Beaufort, South Carolina and husband of Janet Lynn “Jan” Frederick, died Monday, March 19, 2018, at his residence.

A Celebration of Life will be held from 1 until 3 o’clock Tuesday afternoon, March 27, 2018, at The Vineyard – 609 Carteret Street in Beaufort.

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  1. Lynne Morgan says:

    Dear Jan, My heart goes out to you in Paul’s passing. He was a wonderful person with a great talent and lots of perseverance. I will miss him.

  2. Diane Frederick and Bruce Micklewright says:

    So sorry to lose my sweet brother so young. Thank you Jan for letting us know how things were progressing, so we could be there and see him one more time, and to talk with him that last time. I will miss him something fierce. He was my brother, my teacher, my friend, so many memories of growing up together. The memory of your wedding will always be a highlight of my life. Your love will always be a comfort to me. Stay in touch! Love, Diane and Bruce

  3. Dennis Jenkins says:

    Jan, sorry to hear about Paul. Always enjoyed speaking to you both at the Altier. Looking at his art in my home I will think of him everyday.

  4. Jan Glover says:

    I know that Paul will be greatly missed by all that knew him. Deepest sympathy to you.

  5. Murdayne Zehm says:

    Dear Jan, l am so sorry to hear about Paul. l always enjoyed working with Paul at the BAA gallery. He was such a kind man and a wonderful artist. You are in my prayers.

  6. Jennifer (Drake) Collins says:

    I am so sorry to hear of Paul’s passing and the pain that he endured.. it’s been years since I saw him and I am sorry we lost touch . I know he was a talented artist and he was a kind man ..Diane, Nancy and Jan my thoughts and prayers are with you .. I wish I could make his service and honor his life ..Love and light to you all…

  7. Randall Messina says:

    I met Paul in his studio in 2014 while visiting Beaufort from St. Louis. Every year when we’d come down for our vacation, I’d stop by to try and catch him working. As a pastel artist myself, Paul gave me so much useful information that helped me become a much better artist. When I teach art classes, I always refer to Paul as the master pastel artist. His clouds were something no one I know is able to reproduce. I visited his studio today and bought one of his pieces to cherish for the rest of my life. Melissa and I could still feel a very strong presence of Paul’s sweet spirit in his work space. I was touched to see an unfinished piece of work on his desk which brought me to tears. I admired his willingness to always stop working to talk and tell me some of his drawing secrets. I had no idea he had been ill, and my heart aches that such a talent is gone. It is my prayer that he is at peace and that he now paints the scenic hillsides of heaven. I’ll miss you my friend. I wish I could have had the opportunity to get to know you better. Your life was a testament in itself, and I only hope that people speak of me when I’m gone they way they speak of you. You will be missed… See you soon on the other side…

  8. Ellen Bandy Homeister says:

    Dear Jan
    I knew Paul from OSU. We’re lived in the same dormitory and always admired his art work. I just found this death notice. I haven’t seen him since he lived in New England years ago. Would think of him in the month of May over the years(related to his birthday month )and would wonder how he was doing. My condolences to you on the loss of your Paul. I lost my husband of 37 years, Bill in 2016. We are too young to be widows, I think. I regret that I never bought any of Paul’s artwork, I remember a very small painting he did maybe back in the 70’s of a replica of a painting by Rembrandt, (a side view portrait of a man with a head wrapping on his head) . We hung with a group of friends at OSU who loved art and music and enjoyed student art installations way back then. Paul was a great artist, and such a peaceful soul. Many blessings to you.
    Ellen Homeister

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