Enid Frederick was a strict disciplinarian who ensured that her children and grandchildren were on the “straight and narrow path.”

Frederick, a hawker, sold several tasty treats in Speightstown, St. Peter and to the students at the Coleridge and Parry School.

Granddaughter, Kay Ellis described her grandmother as strict and loving.  “She wasn’t the kind of person to say I love you or to hug and kiss you.  But the way she showed you was to make sure she was there for you.  Gran didn’t allow us to run around or to mix with other children, she was always there for us and wherever she went, we were there with her.”

Son and caretaker, Keith Fredrick, said his mother was hard-working and one who gave her all in whatever endeavour she was involved in.