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Kevin Lee Frankeberger

Kevin Lee Frankeberger, 67, of Shelton, Washington, quietly slipped into the next life on March 8, 2024, after a period of illness.

He was born on December 5, 1956, to John and Maxine Frankeberger in Columbus, Ohio.

Kevin attended New Mexico State University and later The Ohio State University, of which he was a proud Buckeye alumnus.

Kevin's pride and joy were his two sons, Brian and Jeff. His wife of 20 years, Rebecca Frankeberger, and Kevin made Lake Limerick their home, and together were the proud handlers of six different guide dogs, which helped provide them years of independence.

Kevin was a dedicated public servant and took great pride in his career with Wilberforce University, the Boy Scouts of America, Washington State Services for the Blind, and the numerous disability awareness projects and groups he dedicated himself to. He spent multiple years serving on the Mason County Board of Equalization which provided him a connection and purpose to the community he called home for 20+ years.

Kevin enjoyed fishing and looked forward to providing fresh trout to the various people that assisted him and Becky. Greater than his love for bridge, cards, ice cream, and corny dad jokes, was his love, pride, and affection for his boys, their family, and grandchildren. He was quick to tell anyone who would listen how proud he was of his family's accomplishments and beamed with pride at seeing the various activities/events the grandkids were involved in. He could always be counted on and looked forward to any game, book, or activity requested by the kids.

Kevin is survived by his wife: Becky; children: Brian (Samantha) and Jeff (Jennifer); grandchildren: Jordan (Tayler), Carson, Logan, Patrick, Bryn, and Luke, siblings: Brenda (Doug) Moerch and brother Kim (Jane), along with multiple nieces and nephews.

A celebration of Kevin's life will be held this summer. In lieu of flowers, please remember Kevin with a donation to Guide Dogs for the Blind.


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