Fredia Uneader Ivory was born outside of Hayti, Missouri on February 19, 1945 to Lester and Sadie Robinson. She passed away on April 22, 2020 at the age of 75. She accepted the Lord in her life at an early age. She was famous for those “extended prayers” before eating. She worked multiple jobs throughout her life, but the main job was raising three sons. Then, she kept two foster kids. She still had more energy so Brandala stayed with her as well for some years. She loved to spend her latter years sewing, eating veggie fried rice and/or catfish, and being around people. She also enjoyed being in church and went as often as her health would allow. She even sang with two other ladies in a group called The Spiritual Echoes. Countless people called or visited for prayer, words of encouragement, and laughter. She will be deeply missed by family, friends, and all who knew her. However, as she loved to say, “God got her.” She was preceded in death by three brothers and a sister. Lester Robinson, Jr., John Robinson and Audrey Cody. Fredia is survived by “her three ugly boys”, Dewayne Ivory, DeAndre Ivory and Brandon Ivory; five sisters, Ethel Woods, Regina LeVells-Harvell (Danny Harvell), Gloria Smith, Celeste Thompson (James Thompson), Dewon Pittman (Douglas Pittman); sister-in-law , Barbara Lewis (Ronnie Lewis); seven grandchildren, William, Brandala, Erin, Dewaynee Jr., Zarpria, Manessah, and Brandon II; close friend, Faye Rhodes (Stephen Rhodes) and a host of great-grandchildren, nephews, nieces, church members, cousins and friends.