In Memory

Kent Frazelle


Kent Leigh Frazelle was born October 10, 1947, in Moline, the son of Jack and Ethel (LaRue) Frazelle. He married Dalene Langstaff on April 18, 1971, in Moline. He served in the United States Marine Corps during Viet Nam, and remained very close with his friends from the military.
He worked for the Rock Island Arsenal as a machine shop supervisor for over 30 years, retiring in 2002.
Kent was a member of the Moline American Legion Post #246, the Moline VFW Post #2056, and the Vikings Club. He enjoyed horseracing, training horses, working outside, and helping others with yard work. He and his wife have been spending half the year in Montana with their daughter’s family for over ten years, and enjoyed traveling, especially visiting National Parks and casinos. Family was very important to Kent: he was very close with his siblings and their families, and treasured spending time with his wife, children, and grandchildren.
Kent is survived by his wife, Dalene; children, Kent Travis Frazelle of Moline, Gail and Nick Plovanic of Glasgow, Montana, Kyle Frazelle of Billings, Montana, and Brie Frazelle of Moline; grandchildren, Ryleigh and Benjamin Plovanic, Dakota Frazelle, Drake Lynn-Frazelle, Kelsey Frazelle, and Caiden Foutch; siblings, Jack and Jane Frazelle of Moline, Paulette and Rick Countryman of Peoria, Illinois, and Jay and Lisa Frazelle of Moline; and several nieces and nephews.

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03/15/13 04:35 PM #1    

Greg McCluskey

God bless Kent. He was a very good man. May he rest in peace.

07/23/15 10:00 AM #2    

Linda L. Beardslee (Van Landuyt)

I remember Kent from Coolidge Junior High.  After lunch some of us would go dance.  Kent danced with Trudy Kuhn and I danced with Mike Booth.  We had a great time.  We drifted away in High School.  He was a good guy.  Very sweet.  He will be missed.

07/24/15 04:45 PM #3    

Ralph Cholewinski

I knew Kent since our grade school days! Always a GOOD guy. Where are we all going? Always tell yourself,  "enjoy the moment".  Ralph Cholewinski

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