Lucy Evelyn Fryman

Born: Sun., Feb. 18, 1934
Died: Sat., Apr. 30, 2011

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Lucy Evelyn Fryman, 77, widow of John W. "Pete" Fryman, passed away Saturday, April 30, 2011 at the Nicholas County Hospital.

She was born February 18, 1934 in Nicholas County to the late John M. & Willie Keaton Williams Fryman, was a former employee of Bluegrass Industries, a devoted homemaker and mother, and member of the Blue Licks Christian Church.

She is survived by her 5 children, Wendell Dale Fryman (Loria Doan), Patricia (Stanley) Frederick, Carolina (Jack) Fryman, Pamela (Carl) Ishmael & Christy (Jeff) Flora, all of Carlisle, a daughter-in-law, Sherry Lynn Fryman, Flemingsburg, 4 brothers, William H. Fryman, Louis A. Fryman & John M. Fryman, Jr., Carlisle, and Arthur Fryman, Hanna, Indiana, 2 sisters, Gertrude Earlywine, Mt. Olivet, & Christine Dwelly, Florida, 14 grandchildren, Larry Wayne Flora, Marvin Frederick, Aubrey Wayne Fryman II, Amanda Fryman, Rachel Wilson, Eric Fryman, Jack Fryman, Jr., Christopher Caskey, Ashley Jones, Dalton Fryman, Areyana Ishmael, Briana Ishmael, Daniel Treadway & Sarah Lynn Stone, 11 great-grandchildren, her friends Tommy Bowles, Barbara Fryman, Carolyn Jones & Clara Sapp and her very special friends Josephine & Cotton Hughes.

She was also preceded in death by a son, Aubrey Wayne Fryman, a brother, Acel Fryman, 2 sisters, Mary Belle Fryman & Della Earlywine, and a step-grandson, Michael Flora.

Services will be 2:00 P.M. Wednesday, May 4, 2011 at Mathers-Gaunce Funeral Home by Rev. Tony Smith with burial to follow in the Carlisle Cemetery.

Visitation will be after 5:00 P.M. Tuesday.


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   Posted Thu December 06, 2012
Christine Dwelly Sorry we are unable to be with you at this time. We will be thinking of you in your time of sorrow. May God give you strength and comfort and remember she is at rest in a better place.
Georgia A. Gilvin Sorry for your loss my thought and prays are with you and your family.
Cathy Tolson Pam, I am so sorry about your Mom. My thoughts are with you.
Brenda and Cecil Curtis Sending love and prayers during this difficult time. The family will remain in my thoughts not only through these sad times, but also in the days and weeks to come.
Ann Curtis Ragan We pray God's supernatural Comforter would be with you in your loss and bind you together with His peace. Love, George & Ann
Carolina Fryman I love my mom, I miss her. She is in Heaven now with my brother, Wayne, Daddy, grandpaw, John M Fryman and Willie K Fryman (that is her parents), her sister's and brother's, Mom is also with my husband's Jack parents, William E. Fryman and Joan Fryman. Today is November 28, 2011 this time last year we knew just how sick Wayne was he had just got of the hospital 2 weeks before this day, He cooked the turkey for Thanksgiving day that was his what he did for the past 6 years, We were all together at Thanksgiving and Christmas and New Years. After the first of the year Wayne got worse, I can hear mom now, my son is not going to make it, I hear those words like it was yesterday, Jan, Feb, it was back and forth to hospitals staying with him all night and when not there stayed with him at his home. It was bad, but I would trade it for the world. I would do it all over again. At this time mom was not feeling well, I could see the changes in her. Jack and I moved in to take care of mom right after new years we already had all of our stuff in storage. We where were already staying with her, Wayne sent for me by Patricia in November when he was sick and told me someone has to take care of mom full time she can't stay by her self. So I did. I loved every second and minute of the time I was with her and Wayne. I would do it all over again. I just wish I could hear her voice, smell her, touch her, put my arms around her tell I love you mom, and good morning what do you want to eat for breakfast, wish I could see her face. Wendell misses them too. But really misses his mom too. Thanksgiving and Christmas and News Years will not be the same. We only have picture's and memories now, But they are good one. All Of My Love Mom and Brother Wayne. You are at peace now no pain or unhappiness now. I love YOU BOTH. November 28th 2011 year.

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