Louis Arthur Frohbach

Sevierville, TN, Minnesota

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Linda & Mary,
My dad told me about Louie. I'm so sorry to hear about his passing. Your mom and dad were such a big part of my parent's lives. I remember so many times your parents coming over to our house for "happy hour" before mom and dad and Gerry and Louie would go out for a fancy dinner. There are some funny stories about your parents that I can't put on here(!), but just know, we Jarvis kids thought your parents were so cool!
You are all in our prayers.

We are sorry for your loss.We can't
be there in person but will be holding all your family in our prayers.May God bless you'all.

Grandpa was my mother Linda's beloved Daddy. He was a brilliant engineer, an inventor, a lover of every water sport he ever met. He adored his wife and his three daughters with total - if distracted - dedication. He stood over 6 feet tall (even more rare for a man born in the 20's, I think) - I can vividly remember the view from his shoulders, and from his windsurf board, where I would often ride, my hands between his on the boom, flying across the lakes of Minnesota (rumored to be a thousand...

Linda and Mary, I am deeply saddened to hear about your dad and also about Barbie. Glad that they were near you Mary, these past months. Wish I could be a part of the "celebration" this weekend but will be out of town. I have thought of you all over the past years. May the memories keep Louie and Barbie with you always.
Keeping you in my thoughts!

Hi there, really sorry to hear Louie passed. I knew Lou since 1981 working at Honeywell. I never actually worked with him but knew him generally by working in the same building. Lou was truly liked by all the engineers even folks like me who didn't work directly with him. He was truely looked up as a expert in his field and was truely missed when he retired. Thanks Lou for all the good memories and showing me how to be a better engineer.

Mary...hi this was almost too much to be reading yesterday thinking of what you are going through with the loss of dear Barb and your Dad so close together. I was in Florida in March and did not see Barb's notice and saw the mention of that yesterday when I saw that great picture of your Dad. He was amazing....I thought he would live forever the way he took care of himself. Mary... for 20 years we lived a few blocks from your parents on Ellsworth Drive and I would see them walking or at...

Sorry to hear of Lou's passing; I worked with him here at Honeywell. I remember him talking about wind surfing; and if the weather was good he would like to be out on the lake. Take care and GOD Bless!

Grandpa Windsurfing

I love you Grandpa!!! Sail on, may fast winds and smooth water bless you on your journey. Rest in Peace Louie,
Love Travis

Grandma and Grandpa Coming Down the Aisle


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