Frieda’s younger years were spent on the railroad, as her father was a welder. She loved spending time camping in the mountains, reading her bible, listening to gospel music and attending her husband Clarence’s fiddle and guitar performances with the Old Time Fiddlers at various locations including the nursing homes.
Frieda is survived and will be missed dearly by: her son, John Earvin of Phoenix, Arizona; daughter, Debbie Earvin Barnes (Quentin); grandchildren, Tyrel Jay Taylor (Michaella), Alyssa Nichole Hille (Adam), Dylan Tyler Phelps (Madison), Brock Barnes; and 6 great grandchildren, Lyric, Rome, Osean, Kaia, Ivy, Naomi; sister, Mabel Louise Lamb (J.H. Lamb) of Biggers, Arkansas; brother, Jacob John Littleton of McNeal, Arizona; sister-in-law, Betty Littleton (Leroy) of Tucson, Arizona; brother-in-law, Marvin Reynolds of Bisbee, Arizona and many nieces and nephews.
Frieda was preceded in death by: her loving and devoted husband, Clarence Ray Earvin of Safford, Arizona; brother, Leroy Scott Littleton, Jr. (Betty); sister, Judith Ann Reynolds (Marvin) of Bisbee, Arizona.
Memorial services will be conducted at Vining Funeral Home's "Chapel of the Valley" on Friday, April 14, 2023 at 3:00 p.m. with a viewing at 2:00 p.m. Graveside services will follow in the Safford Cemetery.