Fregia, Justin A.

September 12, 1978 - November 22, 2019

Known to God as His child before the foundation of the world, Justin Andrew Fregia is now at perfect peace, having gone to be with his Savior on November 22, 2019.

Born September 12, 1978, raised in Odessa, TX, Justin is survived by his wife Christina, the love of his life of 9 years; his father James (Jim) Fregia of Odessa; his mother Martha (Muff) Fregia of Midland; his brother James and his wife Merie of Toluca Lake, CA; his brother Joel and his wife Leigh of Midland, a niece, nephews, and many dear friends.

Justin graduated from the Texas Academy of Math & Science, the United States Military Academy, received his MBA from the U of Chicago School of Business, and completed an Ironman. His academic and professional accomplishments, though, were dwarfed by his magnetic personality.

Justin lived his life in service to others with the strength that God supplied him to bring glory to His name. He was highly gifted in intellect, humor, and was a devoted friend to many. He was the life of every happy hour with Christina and friends, a soldier in service to our country, a lover of dogs, an apprentice grill master, our favorite bass singer, a deacon visiting the sick and caring for missionaries, and a Sunday school teacher. Justin served the Lord well.

Justin, our hearts are broken. But you are rejoicing freely with your Lord and Savior, and we long for the day we will see you again.

After burial with military honors at DFW National Cemetery, 11 am on January 10, 2020, there will be a 2 pm memorial service at Park Cities Presbyterian Church, 4124 Oak Lawn Avenue, Dallas, TX 75219, to be live-streamed on The website also has links for directions and parking. Memorials to the PCPC Music Ministry are suggested.

A Signature Service under the direction of:

Aria Cremation Service & Funeral Home
10116 E. Northwest Highway
Dallas, Texas 75238

One condolence on “Fregia, Justin A.”

Lynn Oakley says:

We have such fond memories of Justin who was a great friend to our son Tom. He had such a great sense of humor and wit. He will be extremely missed by everyone. We send our condolences to the family.

Lynn and Roy Oakley

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