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Loren Wayne Ramsey

Touched By An Angel
In Loving Memory of
Loren Wayne Frogge, Sr.

Loren Wayne Frogge was born June 8, 1939, in Poden, Okla., and was laid to rest on March 16 in Boulder City, Nev. Graveside services were March 21 at 1:30 p.m. in Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery by Palm Mortuary in Las Vegas, Nev. The eulogy was by his uncle, Rev. Roy C. Hayes.

Mr. Frogge was a graduate of Borger High School and a veteran of the U.S. Air Force. He served two years in Itizukiey, Japan, Lakeland Air Force Base in Amarillo and at Hunter Air Force Base in Savannah. Ga.

He married Dianne Marie Hadwin on Dec. 16, 1961, and moved to Boulder City, Nev., in 1966. He was a pilot and owned his own plane. Mr. Frogge was a licensed general contractor and owned three businesses, Security Mail Box Private Service, Gospel God’s Gifts Music Book Store and Builders Construction Inc. He was a drummer in various gospel and country music bands. Mr. Frogge was a devoted Christian and attended the Full Gospel Church of God.

He was preceded in death by his father, Loy Rue Frogge on August 23, 1998.

Survivors include his wife, Dianne Frogge; two sons, Loren Wayne Frogge, Jr. and Jason Layne Frogge; two daughters, Martina Marie Frogge and Lorna Delane Frogge; four granddaughters, Marie, Hayley, Jessie and Janna; one grandson, Loren Lance Frogge, all of Nev.; his mother, Mable M. Ramsey and step father, Ed Edward Ramsey of Borger.

The U.S. Air Force Honor Guard from Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas, Nev., with 21 gun salute, were honorary casket bearers and presented his widow with the American Flag.

(Published in Borger News-Herald, Tuesday, April 4, 2000)

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