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Oehler Funeral Home

2099 Miner Street, Des Plaines, IL

OBITUARY

Roy B. Frase

August 31, 1925June 2, 2019
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Roy B. Frase 93 formerly of Des Plaines, WWII Navy veteran. Roy was born on August 31, 1925 to the late Ralph and late Hazel Frase and passed away June 2, 2019. Roy was the beloved husband of the late Helen (nee Thomason) Frase; loving father of Sheryl (Len) DiCicco, Ann (Steve) Potter, Louis (Linda) Frase and David (Julie) Frase; caring grandfather of 5 and great-grandfather of 6. Visitation Saturday from 9am until time of service 11am at Oehler Funeral Home 2099 Miner St. Des Plaines, IL. Entombment Ridgewood Memorial Park Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Phantom Ranch Bible Camp or Gideon’s International. Funeral info 847-824-5155 or oehlerfuneralhome.com

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, June 8, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, June 8, 2019
  • Entombment Saturday, June 8, 2019

Memories

Roy B. Frase

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Heidi Isaac

June 10, 2019

Roy and Kitten were an amazing couple who loved the kids so much. I remember every Awana bookfinishers overnighter! So much fun. They would make it so memorable for everyone. I remember sneaking so many candy bars into my tent and ate them till I was sick. One of the silly memories I have was one of our youth group road rallies and we all had to pile into their bath tub and take a Polaroid picture to prove we were there! How crazy was that! Thank you Frases' for your care and love for all us "kids". We will remember you forever.

Donna Sheridan

June 7, 2019

My sincere sympathy to the family of Roy who lived a very full & joyous life. Knowing Roy from Christ Church of Oakbrook's ASCEND group, he was quite the social butterfly attending many activities, dances and retreats and always interesting to talk with. He will be missed.

Donna Sheridan

Diana Todd

June 6, 2019

Roy was a great guy, so fun to be with. My first experience camping was when we took junior boys and girls to Devil's Lake. Every rock in Wisconsin was under my sleeping bag. He did all the cooking and it was good. And I remember he, Oli and I would stop for coffee after church on Sunday and/or Wednesday nights and talk. I don't know who talked the most Roy and Oli. They both had lots of memories and opinions. Sorry for your empty chair now, but you will be together again. Praise the Lord!

Michele Bednarski

June 4, 2019

Roy would always take us t peeing youth pastors houses.Then would take us out for malts.i loved going over playing at there house with Anna banana Loved both kitten and Roy

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