In Memory

Louise Froehlich (Ritchie)

I was contacted by Laurey Fairchild Jaggard regarding the passing of Louise Froehlich Ritchie on Sunday, June 8, 2020 at 7:15 pm. The obituary link for Louise is attached to this email.

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06/10/20 04:37 PM #1    

Mimi Glenn (Smith-Danielson)

A sad heart to hear of Louise's passing. She certianly had a stellar life caring ,teaching, giving and immersing herself in everything she did. Condolences to her family and friends.

06/11/20 11:22 AM #2    

Barbara Graff (Oliver)

Louise was my friend and clsssmste who later became my doctor.  After an auto accident, Louise provided care and improvement for my whiplash pain.  Rest In Peace, Louise.

06/12/20 12:33 PM #3    

Laurey Fairchild (Jaggard)

Louise was my friend for 60 years.  We sometimes traveled together (China, Arizona , Virginia , Argentina).  We laughed a lot.  The last four years were filled with pain and frustration for her because of her disease. I am grateful for the laughter and tears we shared. I am also grateful that she is at rest and out of pain. Goodbye dear friend.  Laurey

07/08/20 02:46 PM #4    

Donna Lee Fratrik (Engle)

It has been extremely difficult to put together words to express my grief at Louise's passing. I first met Louise in homeroom in Lenape Jr. High in 7th grade..We were friends for over 60 years..sharing joys and sorrows throughout our very different lives. I was Louise's maid of honor and she was my matron of honor..Our husbands hit if off right from the start and we had many wonderful hallirious memories shared together. I was proud to be her daughter Tamara's godmother. Louise hired me as her chiropratic assistant when I had lost my full time job which I filled for 7 years. She was a very generous caring person that had a wonderous laugh and  loved to entertain large gatherings always creating exceptional food to share. Louise regretted being an only child and loved that she found a husband who had quite a large family with all their crazy personalities. I miss her and am thankful that she came into my life.  Donna L.Fratrik Engle

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