Marlene Frischman

Resided in Escanaba, MI
Died June 23, 2010

Marlene K. Frischman, age 67, of 1420 18th Avenue South, passed away peacefully at her home in Escanaba, Wednesday evening June 23, 2010, following a lengthy and courageous battle with cancer.
Marlene was born March 22, 1943, in Medford, WI, the daughter of Ronald and Grace (Schwoch) Warner. Marlene was raised in Wisconsin Rapids and was a 1960 graduate of the Wisconsin Rapids Senior High School. On July 1, 1961, Marlene was united in marriage to Leon Frischman, in Medford, WI, and together the couple made their home, began their family and spent the next 26 years in Minneapolis, Minnesota area. In 1982, Marlene and Leon relocated to Escanaba where they have remained since. Marlene worked primarily as a homemaker throughout her life. In addition, she belonged to the Bethany Lutheran Church in Escanaba and enjoyed collecting miniature doll houses and antiques. Marlene loved music. She was an exceptional accordion player and at the young age of 14 was featured on a weekly radio show where she expressed her accordion talent. She will be deeply missed by all whose lives she touched.

In addition to her loving husband of 49 years, Leon, Marlene is survived by:

Son: Steven Frischman of Milwaukee, WI

Daughter: Leah (Jeff) Brown of Defuniak Springs, FL

Grandson: Andrew Brown

many cousins and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Ronald and Grace and sister, Ronna Frischman.

0 Tributes for “Marlene Frischman

    Dear Mom,I am writing this to say that we all miss you, and that we’re all thankful to God that your no longer in pain and suffering and that you are now at peace with the Lord. Until we are all united with Christ-take care.

    Steve Frischman
    Milwaukee, WI

    My dear wife, tomorrow will be seven weeks since you left us. We all miss you very much. Life isn’t the same without you. We take comfort in knowing that you have no more suffering or cares and God is watching over you. Until later God bless and keep you

    Leon Frischman
    Escanaba, MI

    You may be gone, but you will not be forgotten. You touched the lives of all who met you. We all love and miss you, but we know we will meet you again someday. Take care, Grandma!

    Andre Brown
    Langley AFB, VA

    Dear Mom ~~ Just wanted to say, we miss you very much and that you will remain in our hearts and thoughts forever.
    Until we meet again ~~
    Much Love,
    Leah & Jeff

    Leah Brown
    De Funiak Spgs, FL

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