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Ronald Copely Frogget

May 30, 1934 - December 24, 2013

Ronald Copely Frogget 1934 – 2013 passed away on December 24, 2013 at CareSource in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was born May 30, 1934 to John Copely and Virginia Bingham Frogget in Ogden, UT. He graduated from Weber High School in 1952. Ronald took a job at Hill Air Force Base, just outside of Ogden in data processing. At that time the industry consisted only of punch card machines. On June 15, 1954 Ron & Marjean Joie Lang were married in the Salt Lake Temple. Children 5; Brent Copely, Cheri Lynn, David Lance, Alan Lee, Daryl Ronald. We moved to CA in 1955. We moved back to Utah in 1986 & now have 18 grandchildren, and 10 great grandchildren. Cremation under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary.

 

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Born: May 30, 1934
Died: December 24, 2013

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Nola Waite posted on 9/6/17

Hello Marjean. My husband, John, is Sterling's cousin. Sterling & Ora lived upstairs in Salt Lake apartment & took us downstairs to see your precious newborn baby doll. What a surprise when Ronnie opened the door! There stood my wonderful brother in the gospel, who moved to Utah. Boise High School students mourned cuz we lost the best singer out A Capella choir ever had, plus the kindest, most caring friend that school ever had. Heavenly Father sent him to Utah to find you, his eternal companion. You & those angel babies made his life glorious! John & I were married in Salt Lake Temple too, & had one girl & four boys. Ronnie died Dec. 24, 2013 exactly two months before John died on Feb. 24, 2014. I just found out last night your sweet husband died & wept. But you know, before long we will have the biggest, grandest, huggingest, family reunion we've ever had! Our riotess, earthly family reunions have been 3-ring-circuses with 21 grands, 64 great grands, & 1 great great grand. they are like the Lost Tribes gathering at Grand Central Station! Marjean, I loved meeting you & tiny angel baby that day downstairs. Thanks for that sweet memory. May we both thank Heavenly Father for His divine Plan of Happiness, His mighty power, unending love, tender mercies, & wondrous miracles. We are never alone. Our husbands, our Savior, & protecting angels are always with us.

 

Christopher Frogget posted on 12/30/13

Thanks Grandma and everyone for all of the support for our beloved Grandpa Ron. I love him and was grateful to have been a part of his life. I know he is in a better place and he will always be remembered as our Grandpa. It was good to see him around Thanksgiving and I am glad I could see him at that time before his passing. He didn't say much, but I know he was showing his care and love. Grandma I love you and know that your family is always here for you too :D Let me know if there is anything I or anyone can do for you :)

 

Jeanne Pearson posted on 12/28/13

Marjean: I was so sorry to hear of Ron's passing. However, I am sure he is in a better place now. Please offer my sympathies to your family. Let me know what I can do for you, please! I can relate to your struggles and I am sure that Ron appreciates all that you have done for him. May God Bless you and your family! Love, Jeanne Pearson

 

Jean Lance posted on 12/28/13

Marjean and family, I want to express my deepest sympathies to you and your family. I know the long hard struggle Ron has gone through these last few years as well as you and your family. Please let me offer my help and friendship and service in any way you need at this time. Your friend and neighbor, Jean

 

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