John D Friedel Jr

John “David” Friedel Jr, 67 of Lancaster passed away peacefully Tuesday morning. He is survived by his wife Kimberly Friedel, 4 children, Amanda Gibbs of Lancaster, Ashley Miller (Jason) of Wrightsville, Corinne Friedel of Wrightsville, Jonathan Friedel of Lancaster, and 2 siblings, Patrice (Dave) Gibson of Holtwood , Randy (Valerie) Friedel Mirmar Beach, FL. He had 6 grandchildren, Logan, Alexis, Julia, Landon, Evan, and Jaxon.

David worked decades at Kimmich’s Painting in Lancaster, PA. He had a passion for cooking, birds, art, reading, pinochle, music, crabbing, and the Indianapolis Colts and he loved spending time with his dog Pete. You could often find him tinkering around in his shed building bird houses or refinishing old pieces.

He was preceded in death by his Mother Ruth Friedel, Father John Friedel Sr, and Sister Penny Friedel.

-Cremation Services of Lancaster


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  • Hi Kim, We are so sorry to hear about David. We know he was a good man. It’s been a while since we saw him, but we knew he was really sick. The girls would let us know how he was doing. We know he is in a better place now with no more SUFFERING. Our thoughts and Prayers are with you! Pat & Giles and Linda

  • Muzz! My husbands partner in crime! They played ball together, drank, worked, fished, and hung wall coverings like no other team could ever do! We will hold your memory in our hearts forever! May your family find comfort in this difficult time! Until we meet again!
    Sincerely, Steve and Pat Cheney

  • Will be missed more than words could convey. I will think of him often. And probably even chuckle a little at the things we did and shared. R.I.P. my friend.

  • Kim and family. Sympathy to you and your family. For several years, we enjoyed you guys at our beach rentals in Ocean City, MD. Thank you.

  • Deepest Sympathies from our family to yours. I worked with “Muzz” for many years, and he taught me alot about paper hanging/painting . We had many good times at work, May he Rest in Peace.

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