Freddie Milton Harden III
1966 - 2020
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On December 26, 2020 Freddie Milton Harden, III of Colonels Island, Midway, GA unexpectedly passed away at the age of 54.

Freddie was born in Savannah, Ga on April 14, 1966. He graduated from Windsor Forest High School where he met his wife, Tammi. They married in March of 1988 and together raised two beautiful daughters, Caila Lindsey and Lori Ann. Freddie was a professional tree surgeon before he went to work on St. Catherine's Island in 1995. He had a passion for playing golf and hunting, but over all things he was an avid and superlative fisherman. He loved baseball and football but his greatest love in life were his two daughters. Freddie was a loving and devoted husband as well as a perfect father.

He was preceded in death by his father, Fred M. Harden, Jr.

He is survived by his wife of 32 years, Tammi Angela Harden; two daughters, Caila Lindsey Harden and Lori Ann Harden; mother, Margaret Harden of Savannah; sister and brother-in-law, Michele and Lance Vohs; nephew, Lance Vohs, Jr; brother and sister-in-law, Glen and Angela Harden; mother and father-in-law, Linda and Jack Waters; sister-in-law, Tina Waters; two nephews, Alec Waters and Noah Waters; and great-nephew, Hunter D. Waters.

A Celebration of Freddie's life will be held on Sunday, 1 p.m., January 3 at 145 Bluff Creek Drive. Attire will be casual, and masks will be appreciated

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Published in Coastal Courier from Dec. 29, 2020 to Jan. 5, 2021.
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January 5, 2021
Margaret, Tammie & Family,
Rick and I are so sorry to hear about your loss of Little Freddie. That's what we will always remember him by. It's been a long time since I have seen Little Freddie, but I remember him well. Ricky Lanier and my brother Mack Moody hunted with him many times as they were the older and wiser guys teaching him the ropes. I am sure he could have probably taught them a few things, but Mack passed away in 2011.

I remember meeting the Harden family when I met Rick 51 years ago and use to hang out at Parkwood Drive with Jeri and Kim. Big Freddie was a hoot and Margaret, I can still see your smiling face!

Know that Rick and I are thinking about you and will always remember your awesome family.

Love to all,
Ricky & Debi Moody Lanier
Debi Moody Lanier
Friend
December 29, 2020
Freddie has been a wonderful dependable coworker and friend for the past 20 years! He always responded immediately to any requests for help, and was the sweetest person! I am going to greatly miss his twinkly smile and presence on St Catherine’s Island. My heart goes out to Tammi and his 2 daughters. We e all loved him!
Deb Drury
Coworker
December 29, 2020
Freddie was always such a sweetheart from a young age. Lots of memories of us all growing up together. My heart goes out to Tammi and her girls,also Mrs.Harden. Thoughts and prayers for all at this difficult time. Love you all, Jennifer Shuman Spivey.
Jennifer Shuman Spivey
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