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Frieda Kay Golden
October 27, 1962 ~ October 19, 2023 (age 60) 60 Years Old
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Frieda Kay Golden, age 60, of Indianapolis, formerly of Warren County, KY, passed away on October 19, 2023. She was born in Warren County, Kentucky on October 27, 1962, to her parents, Louis Thomas Golden and Sussie Mae Cline.
Frieda was known for her vibrant and outgoing personality, often being described as the life of the party. She had a deep love for dancing, and her enthusiasm was infectious. She had a passion for fishing and was an excellent cook. Most of all, Frieda cherished spending time with her family, and she had an incredible love for her children. She would go to great lengths to care for them and loved them deeply. Her grandchildren held a special place in her heart, and she made sure they knew just how much they meant to her.
Frieda is survived by her children, Jeffury Thomas Golden, Junior Allen (Crystal) Golden, Christopher Shane Golden, Daniel "Danny" Lee (Pam) Golden, Dustin Dewayne Golden, Shane Michel Golden, Brooke Ann (Elmer) Kasey Golden, and Brigette Dawn (Kenneth) Golden. She is also survived by her siblings, Patricia Riddle and Bruce Golden, as well as numerous grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.
She is preceded in passing by her mother, Sussie Mae Cline, her father, Louis Thomas Golden, her husband, Allen Junior Mathes, and her daughters, Amanda Renee Golden, Hope Lee Ann Golden, and Britney Jolene Sue Golden. She is also preceded in death by her siblings, Larry Hagan, Katherine Bartlett, and William Golden.
Frieda Kay Golden's absence leaves a void in the lives of those who knew and loved her. She will be dearly missed, and her memory will be cherished by all who had the privilege of knowing her.