FROHMANN, Andy

Peacefully at home on March 4, 2018 at the age of 85. Cherished husband of Rosa. Loving father of Eric (Deb), Drew (Natalie), Lynn, Lee, and Lou. Beloved brother of Szicsu (Pista), Eszti and Péter. Beloved uncle to George, Zsana, Gabi, Laci, Tomi, Ancsi and Ági. Proud Nagypapa to Victor, Alex, and Sabina. Treasured Andypapa to many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Born in Ózd, Hungary in 1932, Andy attended the University of Sópron. He fled to Canada during the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. He came to Wawa as a surveyor for Algoma Ore Division, eventually rising to Superintendent of Maintenance. He loved soccer, gardening, canoeing, and hiking.

An informal service will be held in the summer.

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7 comments

  1. Mr. Frohmann was such a gentleman. Amazing man. Always so nice to us young boys around the hockey rink and at his house. He made Drew the best outside hockey rink that we spent hours on! Condolences to the family.

  2. Connie DeLuco (O'Leary)

    My sincere condolences to the family

  3. Jeanette Weidhaas

    My condolences to Rosa and the family. Mr Frohmann was an extremely generous and loving man. He and Rosa were an instrumental influence in my life, which I will always be grateful for. His open mindedness, kindness, patience and generousity will never be forgotten. He will be missed but never forgotten.

  4. Remembering a good man & a kind heart. A co-worker, family neighbour & fellow gardener.
    Thinking of you with sympathy & understanding.
    May all that you shared bring you strength & peace in the difficult days ahead.
    Judy Scott, Jack Aitkenhead & family

  5. Remembering a good man & a kind heart. A co-worker, family neighbour & fellow gardener.
    Thinking of you with sympathy & understanding.
    May all that you shared bring you strength & peace in the difficult days ahead.
    Judy Scott, Jack Aitkenhead & family

  6. Harold Soderlund

    I wish to offer my condolences to the family of Andrew Frohman.. He worked for me in the Engineering Department of Algoma Ore Division for a time. I remember him playing the piano for me on a visit to his house.

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  7. My sincere condolences to the family