Margaret was born and raised in Essen Germany. She is a survivor of World War II, where she met and married Richard Frye, Jr. They had 4 children. They were married for 57 wonderful years.
Margaret was preceded in death by her husband Richard, a son and a daughter. She leaves behind two daughters, Linda Francis of Salt Lake City UT and Monika Luoma of Puyallup WA. She also leaves behind 5 grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren and her Dachshund, Prince Charming.
One of her most memorable achievements was the day she became an American citizen in 1957.
She loved people no matter who they were or what they looked like. She loved to shop with her daughter and loved going for long rides in the mountains and in the country, especially when it snowed. She also loved singing German songs, watching TV, doing needle work and going out to dinner for shrimp, or hamburger and fries.
She asked that we celebrate her life, rather than mourn her death. There will be a Mass offered in her honor; and a memorial service will be held at a later date. (Details provided upon request)
I want to thank Aspire Home Health and Hospice for the wonderful care, support and friendship they have provided over the years. Also, a very special thank you to all of the wonderful nurses, assistants, and others at St. Joseph Villa who were so very kind to Margaret during her last few months.
Arrangements are being handled by Legacy Funeral Home in Spanish Fork UT.