Soldotna resident Victor Frolich III died Thursday, Feb. 22, 2001, at his home of natural causes. He was 32.
A memorial service is planned for 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Kenai Community Seventh Day Adventist Church at Mile 8.25 of the Kenai Spur Highway. Pastors John Delinger and Phil Engerly will officiate. His ashes will be spread on the west side of Cook Inlet at Silver Salmon Creek.
Mr. Frolich was born March 22, 1968, in Oroville, Calif. He graduated from the University of Alaska Anchorage with a degree in civil engineering. He moved to Soldotna with his parents when he was 1.
"Victor will be missed very much by his family and many longtime friends. Victor loved Alaska, spending much of his youth on the west side of Cook Inlet at Silver Salmon Creek. Victor enjoyed snowmachining, hunting, fishing and mountain biking," his family said.
He is survived by father, Victor Frolich Jr., of Soldotna; mother, Sheryl Frolich, of Windsor, Calif.; paternal grandmother, Nellie Frolich, of Yuma, Ariz.; maternal grandparents, Thomas and Dora Law of Windsor; aunts and uncles Linda and Mike Sipes of Soldotna, Joan and Calvin Luther of Stockton, Calif., Dorothy and Ken Dunlap of Battleground, Wash., and James and Debbie Frolich of Citrus Heights, Calif.; cousins Kevin and Barbara Sipes of Las Vegas, Mike Praegitzer and Janelle Breedlove of Oregon, and Karen Wikoff, David Luther and Craig Luther of California.
Arrangements were made by Peninsula Memorial Chapel.
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