In Memory

Linda Kae Boyack (Frodsham)

Linda Kae Boyack (Frodsham)

Linda Kae Boyack Frodsham passed away peacefully June 22, 2015, at the Ogden Utah Regional Medical Center after a valient fight against a rare form of bone marrow cancer. She was born November 10, 1944 to Bert Albert Boyack and Theo Christie Matson Boyack Russell. She was the oldest of six children. She had two brothers, two half-sisters and one half-brother. Linda grew up in Orem, Utah, where she spent most of her school years. Her mother lived alone raising her children most of her life. During her teenage years, Linda stepped up to the responsibility of helping take care of her brothers and sisters while her mother worked. Linda fed them meals, nursed them when they were sick at night and registered them in school. She was a mother to them all. Linda married the love of her life, Dale Gary Frodsham on July 2, 1973, in San Jose, California where she was living and working. She and Gary settled in Logan, Utah where they raised their children. Their marriage was solemned on their first anniversary in the Logan LDS Temple. Gary brought three sons to the marriage and they had three of their own. She was a devoted .mother to "her six boys". She also helped raise two nieces and an Indian placement student. She was also called to care for four very special grandchildren. Linda was a devoted member of the LDS church and loved teaching primary. She also loved baking, cooking, family dinners on Sunday, scrapbooking, sewing and family vacations. Linda was preceded in death by her parents and stepfather. She is survived by her husband of 42 years, sons, Kevin Dale, Gary Kyle, Louis John; stepsons, Darren Scot (Karol), Shawn Cameron, and Justin Lynn (Ann); two brothers, Rodney Wayne (Kathy) Russell, Jeffrey Russell; one half-bWhiterother, Otto Frank Russell, and twin sisters, DeEtta (Dennis) Salfrank and DeAnna (Whitey) Klindt; eight grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.



 
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06/25/15 09:08 AM #1    

Mary Roselita Martinez (Brunner)

God bless Linda and her family.

 


06/25/15 03:14 PM #2    

Christine Johnson (Nightingale)

I am so sorry. I pray that Linda's family will be comforted at this time and know that the Savior loves them and is there to them.


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