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Auretta "Dolly" Frohn

Auretta "Dolly" Frohn

Auretta "Dolly" Frohn, age 102, of the Sunset Home, formerly of 2616 Chestnut, died on Wednesday, August 3, 2016 in the Home. She was born on September 27, 1913 in Quincy, IL the daughter of Augusta and Lillian (Howe) Wingerter. She married Gerald Frohn on June 1, 1935 in Quincy, IL. He preceded her in death. Dolly was a dedicated homemaker. Reading and sewing were her favorite pastimes.

Dolly is survived by:
ONE SON: John Frohn and his significant other Jessie Knuffman
TWO GRANDCHILDREN: John Frohn II and his wife Dana and Matthew Frohn and his wife Valerie.
THREE GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN: Madison Frohn, Morgan Frohn and Liya Frohn.
ONE SISTER: Agnes Foley
Numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives also survive.

In addition to her husband, Dolly was also preceded in death by a son Bruce Frohn, a daughter-in-law: Cynthia Frohn and all of her other siblings.

Graveside services will be held on Friday, August 5, 2016 at 3:00 PM in Quincy Memorial Park. There is no visitation but friends are invited to the graveside services. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Sunset Home. The Duker & Haugh Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

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From:
Dick & Pat Wentura
Quincy, IL
Comments:
Dear Frohn and extended family,
Thinking of you and remembering a lovely lady. Her son, Bruce, was our high school classmate.
Dick & Pat Wentura
From:
Brenda Myers Coleman
Hannibal, MO
Comments:
I grew up living next door to Dolly and Jerry they were the best neighbors ever. They were a large part of our lives like my adopted grandparents. My prayers to John and his family for their loss.
From:
Jay Thorpe
Hannibal, MO
Comments:
We had many great times at Grandma and Grandpa's house growing up, they were both great people who helped shape our lives. May God comfort the Frohn family during this difficult time.
From:
Jim & Karla Thompson
Lenexa, KS
Comments:
Our condolences to the family of this lovely lady who was loved by all who knew her. "Aunt Doll" as most of us knew her will certainly always be remembered.
From:
Rodney Hoffman
Quincy, IL
Comments:
John and family, I was sorry to hear of your loss. I know that the thoughts and prayers of many are with you.