When my brother asked me to write my nephew Killian’s obituary, I decided to let you know who Killian Jacob Frey (my brat) really was. Killian was so full of life, he loved spending time with his son Keyan Charles Frey his family (huge family) and friends. His parents are his father Neveda (Bert) Frey and his mother Brooke (Owen) Clark. His step mother is Joyce Motts-Seeley and step father Travis Clark. He was so loved by his grandparents John and Waneta Frey, and Allen and Pam Owen. He loved spending time with his brothers and sisters: Dakota (Frey) Esaias, Janel Staton, Shaun Withey, Angel Seeley, Hailey Seeley, Damien Seeley, NevedaLynn Frey and Bradley Ryan Strong. In a very short time Killian fell for a special girl Samantha Williams. Killian holds a special place in the hearts of his Uncle Cheyenne (Meleney) Frey and of course me his aunt Sonya (Josh) Metzger and his Uncle Glen Owen and his aunt Laney and Timmy Hickock. He loved to pick on his cousins (Siarra, Tabitha, Aubrey and Christian) sometimes he acted just like a kid – which is who he was at heart a big kid. Killian had so many special friends. Killian was employed by Ward Mfg. in Blossburg.
Killian’s favorite past-time was hunting, chasing rattlesnakes and catching turtles (Jake and Turtleman was his nicknames). He loved the outdoors. His special places to hunt were the Owens farm and the Davison farm. Killian had the spirit of an animal. He had the eyes of an eagle and the stealth of a wolf. He literally would chase animals down and catch them. He loved sports especially playing softball. He also played baseball and football. He loved trying to beat his dad, Aunt Sonya and Uncle Cheyenne at pool. He was a Phillies fan and an Eagles fan. Oh yeah, I forgot Penn State. Killian was raised by all of us. He was more than a just a nephew, son, cousin, grandson, friend. He is now with his bompa, probably getting yelled at and told - that him and his friends can get the driveway and garage cleaned. Visitation will be 10 AM until noon Wednesday the 27th at Morse and Kleese Funeral Home, 94 N. Center Street, Canton. Funeral service will be at 12 noon followed by interment in the Owen Family Cemetery.