Kim Frederick (Allen) | Obituary

Kim Marie Frederick (Allen) (Kim Marie) September 23, 1953 – July 5, 2021 Kim went home to her Lord and Savior peacefully at home in Tampa on July 5, 2021, with her husband, Mark, at her side. Kim was predeceased by her father, Joseph Earle Allen and Jane Harriet Allen […]


Kim went home to her Lord and Savior peacefully at home in Tampa on July 5, 2021, with her husband, Mark, at her side. Kim was predeceased by her father, Joseph Earle Allen and Jane Harriet Allen (Davey) and survived by her husband Mark Frederick, sisters Chris Allen, Jill Eisenstein, Beth Allen, Amy Allen, brother Mark Allen, Aunt Mary Socket, many cousins, nieces, nephews, grandnieces and nephews who she always carried in her heart. Kim was born and spent her youth in Keeseville, N.Y., and attended Ausable Valley Central HS were she was a honor student, member of the honor society, and winner of Regents Scholarship Award. Kim was an enthusiastic participant in softball, track, and field hockey and enjoyed horseback riding and, as a young adult, was an avid skier. Kim moved to Albany and began working at the Clopay Corporation, a residential and commercial garage door system company. Before long, Kim was transferred to Baltimore to become manager of their new combined distribution and installation center, earning the respect and acceptance of all in a male dominated business. While at Clopay Kim earned her BS degree from the University of Maryland in December 1989. Kim moved to Tampa in 1992 and started a successful career in real estate, becoming a member of the GTAR till present, and earning the respect of her fellow agents and clients for her work ethic, honesty, integrity, resourcefulness, and for the respect and courtesy she demonstrated to all she shared the moment. Kim joined the Hyde Park UMC and assisted in preparing meals for the area homeless souls and a member of the gleaning committee that harvested extra fruit and vegetable crops to feed those in need, giving her a new appreciation of those who labor in our fields. Kim was a passionate participant in our democracy, never failing to cast her vote in all elections, believing her vote a sacred obligation, and the importance of all citizens of age the right to the ballot box.
Kim accomplished much in her life and leaves behind a treasure of “Joyous Remembrances” that overflows the hearts of family and friends who will miss her so deeply. In lieu of flowers, we ask donations be made to www.thespring.org., a domestic violence shelter.

Published on July 15, 2021

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