Lillian Frischkorn

Obituary of Lillian Helene Frischkorn

Lillian H. Frischkorn


EAST LIVERPOOL - Lillian H. Frischkorn, 94, of East Liverpool, formerly of Wellsville, passed away Tuesday, January 21, 2020, at East Liverpool City Hospital.


She was born December 19, 1925, in Weirton, West Virginia, the daughter of the late Price and Della (Rhoades) Wiley. In addition to her parents, Lillian was preceded in death on January 24, 2013, by her husband, William M. Frischkorn, whom she married November 19, 1951. She was also preceded in death by her brother, Glenn Wiley, and her granddaughter, Heidi Frischkorn.


Lillian graduated from Jefferson Union High School in Richmond, OH. She served in the United States Navy from 1950-1952 during the Korean War and was a member of the American Legion Post 70 in Wellsville.  She was a homemaker and gardener who loved tending to her home garden with her husband, Bill. Lillian was a member of Oak Ridge Presbyterian Church.


Survivors include two sons: William R. Frischkorn and his wife, Patricia, of Wellsville, and Glenn E. Frischkorn and his wife, Susan, of Wellsville. Also surviving are two grandchildren: Heather (Frischkorn) Elmobasher and her husband, Dr. Gamal Elmobasher, of Deerfield, OH, and Eric Frischkorn and his fiancee, Danielle McLoughlin, of Harpers Ferry, WV; four great-grandchildren: Emma and CJ Brock, and Emily and Will Elmobasher; a special niece, Marsha Woodward of Wellsville; and a special nephew, Mark Wiley and his wife, Amy, and daughter, Kayla, who took special care of Lillian's dog, Mickey.                         


According to Lillian's wishes, no services will be held.


Burial will be in be in Oak Ridge Cemetery.


Lillian's family would like to thank the entire staff at Crossroads Assisted Living for their loving care and support. 


Roberts Funeral Home in Wellsville is entrusted with Lillian's arrangements.


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Oak Ridge Cemetery
40958 State Route 39
Wellsville, Ohio, United States
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