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In Loving Memory

Fromenton, Kathleen A. (nee Hulett) 

08/22/1951 – 06/04/2023

Kathleen (Kathy) A. Fromenton (nee Hulett), passed away peacefully on Sunday, June 04, 2023 at the age of 71.  She was the loving mother of Holly and Josh (Theresa) Fromenton; adoring grandmother/”Grammy” to Devin, Reese and Jude; beloved wife to the “Love of her Life”, the late Clive M. Fromenton, dear daughter to the late Ermal D. and late Helen G. Hulett (nee Harrison), dear sister to the late, Connie Yount (nee Hulett), the late Ronald Hulett and the late Thomas Hulett. Our dearest sister-in-law, aunt, great aunt, cousin, coach and friend to many.

Kathy graduated from Affton High School, where she was involved in the following:  Pep Club 2,3,; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Spanish Club 1, Drama Club 1; and Senior play 4.  Kathy was also involved in playing on the Affton High School Varsity and Senior volleyball teams, to which would lead her to coach the girl’s volleyball team at Victory Christian School.    Later on in life, Kathy volunteered her time at DeGreef Hospice House, where she later gifted her talents of singing to the patients and their families at DeGreef Hospice House, and then expanded herself as “Entertaining Angels” to other local nursing homes/assistant living centers.  Kathy and her beloved late husband, Clive, were avid believers in Christ and involved with their community church at Southside Bible Chapel.

Roadside service at J.B. National Cemetery on Friday, June 23 at 11:15 am. (Be at Sylvan Springs parking lot (Boundary Rd. and Sheridan Rd.) at 11:00 am.)  In lieu of flowers, contributions to American Heart Association or NAMI St. Louis are appreciated.


3 thoughts on “Fromenton, Kathleen A. (nee Hulett) ”

  1. My deepest sympathy for all of you. I am sending you all positive thoughts. May your Dad and Mom or Grandparents rest in peace together. Love, Dubi/Bubbie

  2. Feeling so blessed with memories of worshiping and visiting with your mom and dad. They were very special to us. Love and peace to family.

  3. I’ve known and loved Kathy (and good ol’ Clive) even longer than I’ve known my wonderful wife of almost 50 years. Kathy and Clive were both great friends, confidants, and fellow jokesters. Then after I was married, my wife enjoyed their love and fellowship and friendship for decades too. I’m so glad my wife and I will get to spend eternity in heaven with Kathy and her “love of her life” thanks to the salvation provided by our Lord Jesus.


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