Dr. Fryman, we are very sorry to hear about the passing of your wife. We pray that God bless and comfort you and your children during this difficult time. I never had the privilege of meeting her, but im sure she was as awsome as the previous comments suggest. Take care, and may Gods love and grace continue to rest rule and abide with you all.
My prayers go out to Dr Fryman and their wonderful daughters. I had the pleasure of taking care of Kathy on 2N and she was always a pleasure. Whenever she was admitted we always fought over who would take care of her, she made us laugh and was so grateful for even the smallest things. She was such a fighter and I will always remember her beautiful smile.
OUR thoughts & prayers are with you. you have our deepest sympathy. FROM STEVE&CONNIE WENGERT AND JOHN&CHERL McCullough
I worked with Kathy at Methodist Hospital and know that the angels in Heaven are rejoicing to have her join them. She will be greatly missed and my prayers go out to the family.
Our prayers are with Dave and the girls. We know the girls feel blessed to have had such a wonderful role model on how to be a loving, independent, devoted Christian woman. Her unending love and commitment to David and her family was obvious to all who knew her . May your faith carry you at this difficult time and the knowledge that she is with her Lord bring you comfort.
My family has been honored to be patients of Dr. Fryman. He is by far the most compassionate Dr I have ever met. Our prayers are with him and his children during this time. The only comfort to offer is that Mrs. Fryman is in heaven and they will be together again someday. She is looking down and taking care of her family and will be with them always. Our deepest prayers and sympathy.
My prayers are with you and your family. Dr. Fryman my heart goes out to you and your girls. God bless you and your family.
We all know that the Lord has cradled Cathy in his arms. May he also lay his comforting hands upon each and every one of you now and in the days ahead.
Dr Fryman Our prayers are with you and your family.
My family and I have been blessed to have Dr.David Fryman involved with us and our lives.We just wanted to let him and his family know how deeply sorry we are for their loss.They are definately in our thoughts through this terrible time.
Our love, sympathy and prayers.
Our prayers go out to the Fryman family in this difficult time. Kathy showed us all what it was like to live a life of faith and service with courage and grace. May you find comfort in your faith until you are reunited again.
Dr.David Fryman and family may the Lord comfort you while going through this difficult time. Your in our prayers. Our deepest sympathy to your family.
Our love and prayers go out to the entire family. We are so saddened by Kathy's passing, but we know we shall meet her again in time. May God's peace be within your hearts at this difficult time.
I met Kathy at Spring Arbor College in our Freshman year. She and her family invited me to their home for Thanksgiving that year. My commute home (FL) was just not possible. I've never forgotten their hospitality. Kathy then came to visit me after I moved to Utah, where I finished college. We saw Kenny Rogers in concert during her stay. I reconnected with Kathy some years later after Grace was born, and then again on Face Book a couple of years ago. Kathy was a wonderful friend to everyone. My condolences to her entire family and all of her friends. May she dwell in the House of The Lord forever.
My sympathy to David and his family. I helped Kathy to go to Nundu, as I was working in the Missions office. My husband Paul was a minister in Ohio Conference. My prayers and condolences go to the family.
Dave, we are praying for you and your family as you go through this difficult time. Our sincerest sympathies.
Mark and Debbie Stine
Our deepest sympathies go out to The Fryman Family. There are only a handful of people that I called friends and this family was in that group. Kathy was just an all around blessed Christian woman and may rest in peace.
Kathy has been an active part in every stage of my life. Our families attended the same church since the mid 1960's. She and my sister, Jody, were college roommates. Kathy played the piano and sang with me in the Carpenter's Union at our church. She stood with me on my wedding day and I with her on hers. We celebrated the births of our combined five children. We celebrated Christmas, Easter, Thanksgiving, countless birthdays and holidays over the course of many years. We shared concerns over the growth and challenges of our children. We mourned the deaths of our parents. We shared life experiences. Kathy served as a surrogate parent to my children when they attended college away from me and near her. She offered support without judgement. She was an example of a Godly woman. She was a true friend. She was a sister. I will miss her deeply.