Debbie Morrison Fraunfelter - Tuesday, January 10, 2017

CROOKSVILLE Debbie Morrison Fraunfelter passed away January 10, 2017 in Columbus, OH formerly of Crooksville. She was a daughter of the late Merle Morrison and Jo Leeth Price. She was a graduate of Crooksville High School and was the first Pottery Festival Queen. Enjoyed arts and crafts and was very talented in making them. She is survived by her husband Jack Fraunfelter of 37 years; one daughter Cheyanna Fraunfelter and one son Andy Fraunfelter; 5 grandchildren Diamond Garver, Ashlie, Abbie , Gabriell Fraunfelter and Cody McClellan. A celebration of life will be held Friday January 13, 2017 from 12 Noon until time of services at 1:00pm at the First Hope United Methodist Church, 20 North Buckeye Street, Crooksville with Rev. Gay Blau officiating. THE SNOUFFER FUNERAL HOME, 1150 WEST MILITARY ROAD, ZANESVILLE is assisting the Fraunfelter family. To send a note of condolence to the family go to, find us on Facebook or call our caring staff at 740.450.8000.

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Jack, we we're so sorry to learn of Debbie's passing.  Unfortunately, we had experienced the loss of my sister, Beverly, in Illinois and a nephew, Kirk, in Indiana within days of one another, during that same time frame.  Last night we became aware of the loss of your loved one.  I had known Debbie from school, but it was so good to reconnect with her during our Harley Years.  We have many warm memories of you & Debbie.  You & your family are in our hearts and in our prayers....

Jack, I am so sorry for your loss. I have thought of you guys quite often  & Debbie was always a good friend to me. I wish we had stayed in touch.  God bless.

Jask. Sorry for your loss.

Sorry to hear of Debbie's passing Went to school with her Your in my thoughts and prayers

Jack and Family .i am so very sorry to read this .Debbie was like Rick's second Mother .she was a great person .sending prayers to you and the family

We were so saddened to learn of Debbie's passing.  John and she were childhood friends, spending time at the First Methodist church, in school together, and "helping" Uncle Walter on his insurance route.  Debbie was always the life of the party and when she lived in Crooksville as an adult. we reconnected with her as a neighbor.  In every phase of our lives, it was a joy to spend time with our friend.  May she rest in peace and may God be with you at this time of sorrow.