Brian K. Froneyberger

Brian K. Froneyberger

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Brian Froneyberger is the loving father of Gage and Madison Froneyberger. He was the ultimate dad who took alot of joy in being very involved with his children. He coached just about every sport they participated in. He was there for his children in every way that any father aspires to be. He was also the loving husband of Donna Froneyberger. He was a man who truly put his family first. He was blessed to work from the home and was always there for anyone and everyone he could be. He made it his goal daily to bring smiles and encouragement to his wife and children in all they did.

Brian was the precious son of Dan Froneyberger and Donna Eakins. He has a loving sister, daughter of Donna Eakins. He was born June 1st, 1972 in St. Louis Mo. He grew up in Fenton Missouri with his loving step mom Cathlynn Zehner and siblings Denise, James and Christie. In 1995 Dan wed Dora Rice who is the mother of Tim Howard adding to Brian’s loving family. He went to Eureka highschool and played football which soon became another love and hobby for him that he carried on as he coached his own son in the sport. Brian’s family has a farm near Farmington Missouri which also became a big passion for him as he enjoyed fishing on the lake there for hours and hours at a time.

Brian lived his life in a manner that inspired not only his family but the entire community around him. He has left an impression on so many that will never be forgotten. #brianstrong

Service: at First Unity Church, 4753 Butler Hill Rd, 63128, Monday, October 8, 2018, Visitation at 2:00 p.m. til service at 6:00 p.m. The visitation will continue at 7:00 p.m. and go until 9:00 p.m. The burial will take place at Roselle Granite View Cemetery in Roselle, MO, 1:30 p.m., Tuesday, October 9, 2018 with food and refreshments to follow immediately at Bailey Joe’s Restaurant, 1315 MO Hwy 21, Ironton, MO 63650. All guests are welcome to attend. From Bailey Joe’s, family and friends are invited to gather at the farm house to reminisce, please bring a chair and comfortable clothing, dinner will be served. Food provided by The Fredericktown Church of the Nazarene and the Roselle Community.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the Madi and Gage Education Fund by making checks payable to Gage Froneyberger.

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  1. John Meyerkord says:

    Donna, you may not remember my wife, Judy Meyerkord, who passed away 8 years ago. I remember you because you came to the funeral home to give your condolences. I’m very sorry to see Brian’s passing and to let you that my family is praying for your family.

  2. Lisa Huebner says:

    Donna, I was so sad to hear the news of Brian’s death. Many prayers and hugs to you and your family. I know how hard it is to lose a loved one. No words that I can say will ease your pain. Just know that there are many people who love you and will help you with anything, me included. Take care of yourself and remember you don’t always have to be the strong one. I offer to you a shoulder to lean on and arms to give you hug. Sometimes that is all you need is to know someone cares.
    Love you!
    Lisa Huebner


    Donna, There are no words you can say or do or even image what you and your kids are going through right now. My Condolences. Donna you are a true inspiration, coming to work everyday with a big smile, giving 100% training all your clients, with everything that was going on in your personal life. You’re a loving wife being there for Brian Froneyberger and your kids, Gage & Maddie. You are a strong woman, good mother and good friend. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. #Brianstrong #hugs #love #prayers

  4. John Lee & Meghan Murphy-Lee says:

    Donna, Dan, Dora, Gage, and Madison:
    Our sincere condolences. Brian was a lovely person . . . lots of fun, down to earth, and just a great guy. We remember him from the many July 4th celebrations at the farm and his handling of the fireworks and all the rest. God bless you all – Meghan and John


    So sorry to see your husband’s name in the obits on Sunday. No words can ever take away the pain you are feeling. He passed away way too soon and please offer my sympathies to your children. You are a strong woman and that will help you through this time. Your kids need you now more than ever and I am sure you already know that. I will pray for your family.

  6. Mark C Covington says:

    Dear Donna….Be assured of my love and concern for you and the kids. We will be there for you as so many of your friends have already committed. You are so amazing human and strong.
    I hope to make one or both of the services tomorrow. I say ‘hope’ because Rachel is having knee surgery in the am. She will come home. I have to await discharge instructions to know if I can leave her alone for a couple of hours. We are committed to my being there for you. The only question is the after effects of anesthesia.
    You know the Serenity Prayer. Remember the footsteps in the sand that end because God takes over. That is where you and the kids are.

    Love. Mark

  7. Adam Johnson says:

    Thoughts and prayers from my family to yours.

    -Mr. Johnson

  8. Allan Edward Brennecke says:

    Sorry to learn about the loss of your wonderful son. Fondly remember you and brother David from our Indian Guide days.
    I miss your Dad.
    Blessings with Love from our family to yours