Christie Lynn Fradeneck

January 17, 1978April 13, 2015
Obituary of Christie Lynn Fradeneck


Kaul Funeral Home

Christie Lynn Fradeneck, age 37, passed away along with her children; Timothy “Trey” and Celeste Fradeneck on April 13, 2015. She leaves behind her loving parents; Leslie (the late Michael) St. Denis and Charles (Gail) Brown, siblings; Courtney (Tony) Zanni, Josh (Lisa) Sides, Andrew Brown and Eric Brown, great grandmother Marie Eppinger, great aunt Lois Bonkowski, nieces and nephews; Cole Zanni, Keely Sides, Emma Sides, Miles Fradeneck, Harper Fradeneck and Ella Fradeneck, and in laws; Tim and Kay Fradeneck, Paul Fradeneck, Katherine (Kevin) Fradeneck and Daniel (Stephanie) Fradeneck, as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Christie was a very positive person and amazing mother. She was a published author, nail tech, and an all-around great person to be with. Christie was such a loving daughter, sister, aunt and was loved by so many people. She was a strong woman and sometimes a force to be reckoned with. She was quite spiritual in her own way, loved connecting with the earth and all things natural such as essential oils, organics and healthy living. She enjoyed crafting, photography and gardening. She also liked to play euchre as long as she wasn’t on the left side of her dad. Christie studied reiki which is a form of meditation. She just had a heart of gold and will be missed by everyone who had the pleasure of knowing her. There aren’t enough words to explain just who she was but ones things for sure; she loved her children more than anything. Timothy or Trey as some would know him, absolutely loved dinosaurs. He could name every single one of them no matter how long their name was. He wanted to be a paleontologist when he grew up. Trey also liked transformers and Legos. He loved his sister but his gecko Molly was a close second. He was a very compassionate boy and was tender hearted. He cared about everyone and had so many friends. He always had a lot of energy or as he would say “built up energon.” Timothy’s favorite color was lime green. He was a smart kid who was taken too soon and will not be forgotten. Celeste wasn’t here as long as her brother but still made just as much of an impact on everyone’s lives. Her crazy curly hair and cute smile could make your heart melt but only if she wanted it that way. She could be feisty if she wanted to. She liked anything pink or purple as many girls do but that’s because she was a little princess. She liked my little pony because of the princess named Princess Celestia who she thought was named after her. Celeste loved Frozen and could recite the movie word for word. She was an amazing little girl. The public visitation will take place at Kaul Funeral Home 35201 Garfield Rd. Clinton Township, MI 48035 on Monday, April 20 from 3-8pm. There will be a private funeral service at an undisclosed location. Family and Friends are encouraged to leave supportive messages on our online message board but due to the sensitive nature of the situation, please be mindful and tasteful of the wording of these messages because there are many children who may be reading them. The family does not wish to see anything negative regarding their situation. Thank you so much for your consideration and understanding. For any further questions, you may email [email protected]

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Monday, April 20, 2015

Public Visitation


PRIVATE Funeral Service