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Virginia Frech

Virginia Frech

Mrs. Virginia Frech, nee Hall, 87, formerly of Lenzburg, IL, born February 9, 1935, in New Athens, IL, passed
away on Friday December 23, 2022, at Mar Ka Nursing Home in Mascoutah, IL.  Mrs. Frech was a retired
operator at World Color Press in Sparta, IL.

She was preceded in death by her parents – Benjamin W. and Lena (Politsch) Hall, her beloved husband –
Donald Frech, whom she married on September 19, 1959, in Lenzburg, IL and who passed away on June
21, 2002, two sons – Robbie and Steven (Moe) Frech and a sister – Joann Schaefer.

Virginia is survived by her two daughters – Debbie (Allen) Schwartz of Freeburg, IL and Veronica “Roni”
(Russ Suemnicht) Frech of New Athens, IL, two brothers – Ben Hall (the late Katherine) and Earl (Terri) Hall,
all of Lenzburg, IL, daughter-in-law – Diane Frech of Baldwin, IL and three grandchildren – DJ Steinwagner,
Scotty Steinwagner and Devin Frech. And a step granddaughter – Teresa Sunday and two step great
grandsons – Zachary and Ian Henson.

Memorials may be made to the family.

In keeping with Mrs. Frech’s wishes, cremation is to take place with no formal visitation or service times.
Private interment will be at St. Peter UCC Cemetery in Lenzburg, IL.

Heil-Schuessler Funeral Home in New Athens, IL is in charge of arrangements.

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  1. Nancy Bartley Garlit says:

    I remember going with my dad to Frech’s Chevrolet Dealership in Lenzburg, IL., An upright business where my family always went to buy cars in 70s, 80’s and early 90’s.
    Some of my best childhood memories were spent playing softball with Debbie! Debbie played shortstop and I played first base. I will never forget the “sting” I felt each time she threw the ball to me! I looked up to her for her athletic abilities.
    I am so sorry for the loss the Frech family endures as they adjust to losing their mother. She will always be with you because of her bond with you making memories that you will always treasure.
    My thoughts and prayers go out to Virginia’s family.

  2. Phyllis Gale says:

    My prayers go out to the entire family. I knew Virginia and the entire family. She was a very hard worker and would help anybody out who needed it. R.I.P. Virginia.

  3. Linda Boston says:

    To Virginia’s family. She was a kind, caring, loving and well Respected lady. I worked with her at Spartan Printing Company for 21 years. We served on many many committees. Your mom was loved by us all at Spartan Printing. Gone, but never forgotten. God Bless you my friend. ?
    Sincerely,
    Linda Boston
    Quincy, IL

  4. Tammy Pruett Walters says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. Virginia was an amazing lady and I’m sure she will be missed

  5. Kathy Bell says:

    I have fond memories of Virginia & Don, they were very nice people. Debbie & Roni you have my deepest sympathy.

  6. Ken Benton says:

    My condolences to the family

  7. Russ Suemnicht says:

    Rest in eternal peace Virginia. You’re long struggle with dementia here on earth is finally over. May God bless your soul, and may you enjoy everlasting peace in heaven.
    I’ve been honored to be your son in law, and will always remember one of the last sweet visits we had together, eating peach yogurt. Hopefully you can get some of that where you’re at now.

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  1. Rest in eternal peace Virginia. You’re long struggle with dementia here on earth is finally over. May God bless your soul, and may you enjoy everlasting peace in heaven.
    I’ve been honored to be your son in law, and will always remember one of the last sweet visits we had together, eating peach yogurt. Hopefully you can get some of that where you’re at now.

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  2. My condolences to the family

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  3. I have fond memories of Virginia & Don, they were very nice people. Debbie & Roni you have my deepest sympathy.

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  4. I am so sorry for your loss. Virginia was an amazing lady and I’m sure she will be missed

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  5. To Virginia’s family. She was a kind, caring, loving and well Respected lady. I worked with her at Spartan Printing Company for 21 years. We served on many many committees. Your mom was loved by us all at Spartan Printing. Gone, but never forgotten. God Bless you my friend. ?
    Sincerely,
    Linda Boston
    Quincy, IL

    Reply
  6. My prayers go out to the entire family. I knew Virginia and the entire family. She was a very hard worker and would help anybody out who needed it. R.I.P. Virginia.

    Reply
  7. I remember going with my dad to Frech’s Chevrolet Dealership in Lenzburg, IL., An upright business where my family always went to buy cars in 70s, 80’s and early 90’s.
    Some of my best childhood memories were spent playing softball with Debbie! Debbie played shortstop and I played first base. I will never forget the “sting” I felt each time she threw the ball to me! I looked up to her for her athletic abilities.
    I am so sorry for the loss the Frech family endures as they adjust to losing their mother. She will always be with you because of her bond with you making memories that you will always treasure.
    My thoughts and prayers go out to Virginia’s family.

    Reply

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