Brigham City- Our loving wife, mother, grandma and friend, Linda Lou Fraley, passed away peacefully on July 14, 2019.
She was born on October 12, 1944 in Manistee Michigan to Fred Arthur Johnson and Marjorie Marie Monk.
Linda was raised on a farm in Kaleva, Michigan and graduated from Kaleva High School.
She married her High School sweetheart, Sidney Fraley on September 29, 1962 in Kaleva, Michigan.
They had five children.
Linda loved taking care of her kids and grandkids. She loved hearing them perform. She liked baking, swimming, camping with the kids, buying school supplies and watching movies. She taught her children the joy of raising produce and enjoying the farm life. Picking blueberries is a fond memory.
She was a selfless woman and took great care of her family. Her motto in life was to slow down and enjoy the moment instead of rushing through life.
Linda is survived by her husband, four children, Tod (Jane) Fraley, Sheila (John) Casavan, Paula (Bob) Shereda, Heather (Mark) Lyman; 7 grandchildren, Janelle, Austin, Cynthia, Jaron, Lila, Anna, TianYa; 3 sisters, Lucille Howes, Norma Merrill, Bonnie Matthews; and 1 brother, Gene Johnson.
She was preceded in death by her parents; one daughter, Cynthia Lynn Fraley; 2 sisters, Frances & Mary Lou; 2 brothers, Raymond & Robert.
A memorial service will be held on Friday, July 19, 2019 at 10:00 am at Gillies Funeral Chapel, 634 East 200 South, Brigham City, Utah. A graveside service and inurnment will be held at the Maple Grove Township Cemetery in Kaleva, Michigan on August 3rd at 2:00 PM.
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Please accept my condolences on the loss of your spouse and mother. May God bless you with his healing grace.
Jack Monk; cousin
I’ve only known her since my brother married her daughter, but every time I met her she was kind and smiling. She was a very giving woman, always checking on her family. She will definitely be missed!
I met Linda when she invited her future husband to a dance in high school. My brother Sid was almost too shy to go. From that time on they were together. Linda was always a gentle person, kind to everyone and the very best Mother , at all times. I know we will meet again in the eternities. I am thankful for all the happy family memories . Nancy Lennon
Our dear sister is going to be sadly missed. You’ll be in our hearts forever We love you
Bonnie, Dave and family
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