Adam Frati Obituary, Saugus MA, Adam Frati Has Passed Away

Adam Frati Obituary, Death – Adam Frati, a resident of the city of De Pere in the state of Wisconsin, passed away unexpectedly while his family and friends were there with him. His mother, Dawn Aerts, and his father, David Frati, were there to greet their son, Adam, when he entered the world on May 25. After graduating from Wrightstown High School, he was awarded a diploma. Katie (Baeten) Frati became his wife on June 19, 2010, and the ceremony took place at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in De Pere, Wisconsin. He referred to her as “Kate the Great.” They are the ecstatic parents of two wonderful boys: Jax, who is six years old, and Beau, who is four (3).

He was never able to sit still since he was constantly working on something, and he was willing to help his family, friends, and anyone else with anything they required. In his leisure time, he enjoyed clearing the snow from the driveway, going on shopping trips to Menards and Harbor Freight, and teaching the skill of hunting to his sons and nephews. Two of his all-time favorite things to do with his family were to engage in wrestling matches with his sons and teach them how to operate the “Mini” excavator.  He also enjoyed spending time with his wife and daughter. He looked forward to his annual trips to “turkey camp” and the chance to work with his close friends every year.

When he wasn’t working, people would find him curled up with the guys as they watched movies and snacking on popcorn that he had prepared himself. Superman to his wife and children, he will be remembered with great fondness by all of them after his passing. Adam is survived by his wife Katie, his children Jax and Beau, his siblings Rebecca (Ryan) Flenz, Tamara (David) Smith, and Mariah (Patrick Adair) Aerts, as well as his parents Dawn and Dan Aerts and David and Holly Frati, his brother Benjamin Frati, and his parents David and Holly Frati. Adam is also survived by his brother Benjamin Frati. Donald Aerts, Adam’s grandfather, is also still alive after Adam’s passing.

In addition, he is survived by his sister Kristy (Fred) Grathen and his grandma Virginia Gildernick. Katie’s family, which includes Mike and Connie Baeten, as well as his sister Kristy (Fred) Grathen, all survive him. The nieces and nephews Akaida, Amelia, Autumn, Brielle, Karli, Khloe, Logan, Shay, and Sloane were really fortunate to have an uncle who was so kind and gentle. In addition to this, he is survived by a huge number of relatives and friends who were devoted to him, including uncles, aunts, cousins, and friends. All of Adam’s grandparents had already passed away before he was born: Ralph and Elizabeth “Betty” Verbockel, Rosie Aerts, Robert and Carol “Laverne” Frati, and Katie’s grandfather, Robert Gildernick.

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