Dale Roger Frondal

03/23/1934 - 01/09/2021

A private family service will be held at a later date.

Posted by:
Rita Bloom

Posted on:
01/15/2021

Lois, I know you and your family are very sad at this time. I -- along with many of your Danville friends -- am thinking of you with sympathy at this time. Rita

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Amanda England

Posted on:
01/15/2021

Mrs. Frondal, I’m so sorry to hear about your loss. You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

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Anita W Jacobs

Posted on:
01/13/2021

So sorry, Lois. I know you miss him. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Posted by:
Dannie & Sharon Strobl

Posted on:
01/13/2021

Our sympathies to the Frondal family.

Posted by:
Kim Smeby Nunez

Posted on:
01/12/2021

Dear Lois, Scott , Gregg and families, Dale will be greatly missed by me. I don't recall a time in my lift when he was not there as Lois brought him into our family when I was about 4 years old. One of my first memories is that he would swing me around as a little girl which was great fun! I remember I got an etch a sketch for Christmas one year and Dale was fascinated by it and spent hours playing with it. I was never as good at making pictures on it as he was. May our memories warm our hearts now that he is at eternal rest. Love Kim

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Gail (Schlichting) Graves

Posted on:
01/12/2021

I’m so sorry to hear of Dale’s passing. May he Rest In Peace and may you have fond memories of your time together. Thoughtfully, Gail & Paul Graves

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Our father always kept busy with projects that most people would hire a crew to complete. He designed and built garages and an addition onto our home with little to no help. No matter how long it took. He completed it right down to the smallest detail. His crowning achievement in life was his Pulsar home built airplane kit that started as several shipping crates. It took over 10 years of evenings and weekends to complete, until the day he gathered speed down runway 12 at Danville/Boyle County airport and took to the skies with his beautiful new aircraft. He was a basketball couch for elementary kids and served as a Cub Scout leader and Sunday School teacher. He also sang in the church choir. Dale loved his grandchildren.

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