Frattaroli, Caroline (Cleveland)

Saturday, January 20, 2018
Caroline Frattaroli
Caroline Frattaroli

Caroline Frattaroli passed away on January 17, 2018, in Cleveland, Tennessee.

She was born on June 26, 1945, in Niagara Falls New York to Joseph and Louise (Cicerone) Frattaroli.

All of her life, she was very passionate about music and the things of God. This led her to New Life Bible College in September1991 and she graduated in 1993. While in Bible College and after her graduation, Caroline impacted missionaries and the body of Christ with her benevolence. She later became a foundational and faithful member of Mount Zion Prayer Center Church until her transition to her heavenly home. Caroline will be remembered for her selfless charity, her passion for praise and worship and excellence in making sure the church was perfectly clean and in order. She praised her family in Niagara Falls and was part of every family gathering with words of wisdom to each family member as the phone would be passed around the room. She also had a dear love for her church family who cared for her in her final months. A sincere thank you to all those that cared for her.

Her transparency in speaking the truth will be forever remembered and cherished.

Caroline is survived by Josephine (late Joseph) Renda, Lena (late Edward) Edukonis and many loving nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by brothers, Nick (late Emma) Frattaroli, Anthony (Late Ethal) Frattaroli, Louis (late Ramona) Frattaroli and Mary (late Frank) Lipiano.



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