Kathleen Fralick

Kathleen A Fralick

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Kathleen Fralick, 58

Former Wisconsin resident Kathleen A. Fralick, 58, died Feb. 3, 2021, at her home, peacefully, surrounded by family in West Bend, Wisconsin after a strongly fought battle with cancer.

She was born June 13, 1962, in West Allis to the late Clayton and Joyce Fralick.

A pilar of strength for her family, she was a very open-minded, loving woman. She was proud of her family, intensely passionate, hard-working, and confident.

Through her life she lived in several different places. Her family moved from Fox Point to West Bend in 1969 to live at Little Cedar Lake. There she attended West Bend East High School and was a member of the West Bend Patriots Drum and Bugle Corps. After school and travel, she worked for the West Bend Company until its closure. She then worked several other jobs throughout her time with us until she finished her full-time work with Metalcraft of Mayville.

She loved creating crafts, consistently creating projects to stem her creativity. She also was passionate about her fairy garden and was a source of love and togetherness between her granddaughter and herself. She also enjoyed decorating and gardening her home in Barton. She was fiercely loyal to her friends and family and loved to spend time with them every chance she could, especially her grandchildren and nephews.

Kathleen is survived by her son, David (Kristy) Frasher, grandchildren Sean, Alayna, and Ian Frasher. Her sister Chris (Mark) Theodor, and brothers Mark (Patti) and Tim (Pearl) Fralick. Also, her dog babies Bella and Caramio.

The family would like to thank all of the doctors at Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin, especially Dr. Mooney and Dr. Johnstone. Horizon Home Care and Hospice staff Nurse Megan T and Katie.

A private virtual, on-line, celebration of her life will be held later this month and announced on her and family member Facebook pages.
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