Adeline Fruetel

August 1937 ~ September 2019

About the Service

Funeral services on Thursday, October 10, 2019, 10:00am at Allen Mortuary with a graveside to follow at Turlock Memorial Park.  A reception will be held at the Turlock American Legion.

Adeline Fruetel, age 82, of Turlock passed away September 27, 2019 at Doctors Hospital.  Adeline was born in Borup, Minnesota in August of 1937 to Axel and Hulda Hedlund.  Adeline married Douglas Fruetel in 1956 and they moved from Minnesota to San Fernando, then Paradise before settling in Turlock in 1961.  She worked for Banquet Foods/Conagra, and Preserve International. Adeline enjoyed traveling, reading, and loved to volunteer at Emanuel Hospital.

Adeline is survived by her two sons Byron (Lily) Fruetel and John (Danna) Fruetel; four grandchildren Sheila Ventura, Carrie Carlson, Amber Fruetel, and Axel Fruetel; and two great grandchildren Cailynn and Bobby; and her sister Eleanor Barns.

Adeline is preceded in death by her husband Doug Fruetel, her brothers Arthur and Jimmy, and her sisters Inez and Helen.

Funeral services will be held on Thursday, October 10, 2019, 10:00am at Allen Mortuary with a graveside to follow at Turlock Memorial Park.  A reception will be held at the Turlock American Legion.

Please share your condolences and memories at www.AllenMortuary.com

 


Remembrances

  1. I worked with Adeline for a short time at ConAgra in the 80s but when we crossed paths over the years she was always very pleasant. Trying to balance that ledger to the penny was sometimes a challenge but she was always very patient. She was quite a gal and will be missed. May she rest in piece.

  2. Sorry for your loss. I worked with Adeline at Preserve International as a temporary office clerk. Adeline could work circles around anyone and so dedicated to her work. An example for us all to follow. An awesome woman.

  3. It is with great sadness that I write this condolence to your family,

    ] met Adeline when I began working At ConAgra. We developed a friendship and have remained friends since the closure of ConAgra. We had just talked and were going to have lunch together on October 7th; needless-to-say I was shocked that she had died. We have shared stories of our families and challenges through the years. Your Mom truly loved her family; her sons, daughter-in-law, grandchildren and greats. This past year we shared the challenges of widowhood,

    I am unable to attend her serviceI, but feel blessed that she was a part of my life. My prayers are with you all. May you find peace in the beautiful memories you have of time shared with her. Know she is always in your heart.

    God’s Blessings

    DeLois “De” Corrin

  4. John,

    I’m so sorry for your loss. I hope that being there with your family and friends gives you some comfort during this time of sadness.

  5. I am truly sorry to hear Adelines passing she was good friends with my mom an I have a house across the street from them I have known Doug an Adeline ever seems I was very small my mom an Adeline bowled together went on trips all kinds of thing My deepest sympathy to the family Debbie Chenault Stuart

  6. I’m in sorrow to read the passing of Adeline…she was always supportive and a pleasure to work with over 30 years ago when I was selling Pens & Pencils!! Then came the bowling buddies for a short time when I was always the one to boost up our handicap. To her family, children and grandchildren, a big hug! ~ Kathy Miedema Ray

  7. My hope is that precious memories bring blessings of peace into your hearts Fruetel family as you go thru this time of loss…
    MY heart is filled with many times of family. Hearthaches borne together with a coffee round the kitchen table……….laughter… lots of food….beer..street dances …karaokes… even a coupla polkas at the firehall.

    I will miss AuntieAddy…
    ❤Steffy

  8. We are so sorry for the passing of Aunt Addy. We pray you will experience the peace of God during this time of grief.
    Andy and Laurie Hedlund

  9. Our condolences to you and your family. Our thoughts are with you during these difficult and trying times. We really love the old photos you’ve been sharing on Facebook.

    Our deepest sympathies and love,

    Nick, Justine, Czesa and Elvie

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