Freddie Keith Loftin, a beloved member of the community was born on March 29, 1983, in Long Beach, California. Freddie grew up to be a remarkable individual who learned to walk and was very playful from an early age. He attended East High School before obtaining his GED, displaying his determination and commitment to finishing his education.
Freddie worked as a Clerk at 7-eleven, where he won the admiration of colleagues and customers alike. His hard work and dedication left an indelible mark on the workplace, creating lasting memories for all who had the pleasure of working with him.
Outside of work, Freddie was known for his loving nature and his ability to bring joy to those around him. He had a way of making people feel special with his laughter and kindness. His presence brought comfort to both friends and strangers alike.
In his free time, he enjoyed going for walks and exploring the mountains. However, he did not enjoy staying in one place for too long. Hanging out with his brother, Kha-mis, Bullet, cousin Donald, and uncle William was one of his favorite past times.
Freddie's passing is mourned deeply by his loving wife Rebecca Seckinger, who shared countless beautiful moments with him. The couple in totality knew each other for 23 years and were joined in holy matrimony at the Adams County Court House on July 2, 2019.
Including Rebecca, Freddie is also survived by his mother, Sharron Buckner; father, Freddie Keith Loftin, Sr.; siblings, Kha-mis Horn, Ebony Timmons, and Mahagony Timmons; son; Sammie Loftin; grandmother, Jacqulyn Curry; stepdaughters Savannah Shaw and Jaylynn Seckinger; aunt, Theresa Hayward; uncle, Mathew Vick; as well as many other family members including William Bishop.
Freddie Keith Loftin will be remembered as a loving husband, a devoted son and sibling, and a dear friend to many. His legacy of kindness, laughter, and generosity will continue to inspire all who were fortunate enough to know him. While he may no longer be with us in person, his spirit will forever live on in our hearts.