So sorry to hear about Dan. He was a fun loving man. He was willing to help anyone and did it with a smile.
You and your family are in our prayers.
— Alan& Elizabeth Daggs
I am genuinely saddened to hear of Dan’s passing. His humor, and loving demeanor could charm even the most hardened of souls to go his way. He worked with me as a youth and later got to know him and Debbie as an adult. Both amazing people. I am glad to know he is in Heaven. RIP He will definitely be missed.
— Wondra (Haggadone)Cooke
Chris and I were so sad to hear of Brother Fredley’s passing. He was a wonderful man and I can’t look back on my childhood without thinking of him. I will always remember his smile. I loved when he would teach our church classes as kids and teenagers as he always made it more interesting and fun. Our prayers and love go out to you and pray you will find some comfort and peace during this difficult time.
— Chris and Janell NeSmith
My tenderest of emotions and sympathy go out to you and your beautiful family at this time. Know that I yearn for your comfort and peace.
We’ve had some of our best memories with you and Dan. I cherish all the years you and I served together in various callings. I cherish Russell and Daniel’s deep friendship and all their camping expeditions on the farm. I remember fondly Dan officiating at Russell’s Eagle Court of Honor. Dan was so fun to be around. I bet his wonderful parents are hugging him now.
What a treat to know someone as wonderful as Dan!
I’m sending hugs and kisses for you and your family.
— Rebecca Hinds
Thank you for your love and service. We enjoyed your visits in Herriman, when we lived there. We send our condolences. Sister Fredley, we love you and pray for comfort for you and your family. Love the Kiyaani’s.
— Mike, Corina, Moroni Kiyaani
Dan blessed our family and so many others. I cant imagine how big a hole is left in your family. We are so grateful for his life and our prayers are for you that God’s peace and comfort may be wrapped around you. Fred & Sheilah Clarke
— Fred Clarke
Debbie and family. We are thinking about you at this time of this great loss. We surely remember the both of you so fondly living here in Olathe. Hugs and prayers for you and your family of comfort.
— Robert and Teresa Lyons
Dear Debbie, our hearts go out to you at this time of your great loss. We pray that you will be sustained and comforted by the Spirit of the Lord through these upcoming weeks and months.
We treasure the time we spent with you in Mongolia and so appreciated the opportunity to learn from your amazing example of love and charity. You both represented our Savior so we’ll there. You truly were his hands in giving service. His heard to hear the plea of others and his heart in just giving love. Thank you for your kindness and service.
Alvin and Roxanne Nay
— Roxanne Nay
No one can ever replace the amazing person that your spouse was. My thoughts are with you during this time
Andrew and Cheryl Banton
— Cheryl Banton
So many fond memories of raising our families together over 30+ years. Weddings, Holidays, Backyard parties,etc.
We love your whole family and are praying constantly for the Comforter to wrap his arms around you all. Dan left a mark on so many lives in the midwest as well as around the world. The world was a better place because he lived a righteous and caring life. Much love Diana Player
I am so sorry for your loss. I have such fond memories of him growing up. Thoughts and prayers to the family.
— Meredith Tucker-Mowery
Dear Debbie and family.
I am so heartbroken to hear of Dan’s passing. You and Dan were my lifeline during my illness. He was always so positive and kind. I enjoyed every minute that the two of you spent in my home. I pray you will have the strength to move on and continue to live the kind of life that Dan would want you to have. Love Vicki Evans
— Vicki Evans
My dear family…………I have never done this before, but I have started this over for the 4th time. I keep hitting something tht throws me out.
I am going to send some short messages because of the above. just an FYI.
I am so devastated about Dan, the great husband, father and grandfather.
love you. more to come, Barbara
— Barbara Franzen
To my dear family,
There are no words that we can say to tell you how we feel about Dan’s passing. He was a wonderful father, husband, grandfather, uncle, and brother-in-law. Our family wants to send our condolences and just know that we are praying for you and love you. Our thoughts are with you.
Barbara, Sherri, Hollie, Mike and Bill Franzen
— Barbara Franzen
Oh Debbie, We are so sad for the news of Dan’s passing. We will always have sweet memories of you two from our Olathe days. Our love to your family..
— Wendy Mullen
We send our love and prayers to Debbie and her family. We were priveledged to have Dan as a church leader and friend.
We remember him for his humor as the old man and for his love of each member of his congregation. His example helped us reach higher and be better.
— Pat and Robert Sullivan
I’m so sad! Bishop Fredley was the best Bishop and friend when our young family moved to Kansas 30 years ago. I was struggling with life and he gave me and Dennis really good advice. He was/is extremely wise. The Fredley’s included our little family in FHEs once a month and invited us for Holidays too. I will represent the Olathe KS contingent of all of us who love the Fredley’s.
— Jane Johnson
So sorry to hear about Dan. I had the privilege of driving a few field trips with Dan and loved to hear his stories. He was always very kind! He’ll be missed!
We were so sad to hear of Dan passing away. He was always so happy and friendly and we looked forward to talking with him every Sunday when we lived in your Ward in Herriman. He was a great man. Our prayers are with your family.
— James and LeAnn Hill
Dear Fredley Family,
I’m so sorry to hear the passing of Dan, and pray that you all might have peace and comfort at this time. He was a dear friend of mine, and I’m so grateful to have known him, as well as all of you.
I got to see him recently out in Utah, and am grateful for that time. He’s been a man of humor and counsel all the years I have known him.
I look forward to continuing a strong friendship with him again someday!
Love and respect,
— Darrin Bennion
We were so blessed to serve with you in Mongolia. What an example Dan was to us of selfless and tireless service. He never stopped.
What a light he has been to all who know him. Our prayers are with your family.
Dell and Deni Hill