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Obituary for Caitlin Rose Frangel

Caitlin Frangel was born on November 13, 1999, and lived in Florissant, Missouri. She was taken into the loving arms of our Lord on May 24, 2019.

Caitlin was a cherished daughter, stepdaughter, granddaughter, sister, niece, cousin and friend. She captured the hearts of many and will leave a lasting impact on those who knew her. Caitlin brightened a room with her beautiful smile and made everyone laugh with her quick wit. She was a creative, loving and free spirit who brought joy to her family and friends.

A Memorial Mass for Caitlin will be held on Saturday, June 1, 2019 at 11:00 A.M. at St. Sabina Church, 1625 Swallow Lane, Florissant, Missouri 63031.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in Caitlin’s honor to Looking for an Angel, Inc. at www.lookingforanangel.org or 314-440-3422.

Buchholz Mortuary - Caitlin Frangel

Celebration of life

Caitlin Frangel was funny, quick witted and a free spirit. She was beautiful inside and out. Caitlin was a gift from GOD and graced the lives of many in her short time here. She had a GOD given gift for art, especially drawing. As a result, she left us a legacy of beauty and creativity. Caitlin could light up a room with just her smile. Caitlin had a happy soul and loved life. Because of this people were drawn to her. The many friends and family that knew her will miss her dearly. As a result the world is a little dimmer now that she is gone. However she will live on through our memories and in our hearts. Join us in celebrating her life, share your stories in the comments below. If you have photos you’d like to contribute you can upload them below as well.

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  1. I remember watching a scary movie with Caitlin & Jarrett. Caitlin would have been about 10 years old at the time. I don’t remember the name of the movie but I do remember what Caitlin did while we watched it. She made me cover her eyes with my hand but would use her own hand to spread my fingers so she could see. Then quickly close my fingers again to avoid watching the scary parts. We watched the whole movie like that. Back and forth over and over with her peaking then closing my fingers over her eyes again. I was not allowed to pull my hand away. It is the cutest memory and I will cherish it forever.

  2. When I first met Caitlin she was 10 years old. The sweetest memory was the 1st birthday we celebrated together. We went to the nearby playground and Caitlin told me to stay put! I saw her go behind a tree. For several minutes I could see her arms flailing behind it.
    It was so funny. I had no idea what she was up to. Suddenly she emerged with a half inflated birthday balloon she had found on the playground. She wove it to a stick with grass and dandelions. It was the best present I had received. I will never forget how proud she looked and how happy she was to give that to me. I still have it! I love you little girl ❤

  3. Caitlin was a close friend of mine. She was always there. You could tell her anything and not have to worry about being judged. One time, maybe 3-4 years ago, we went to the store and both bought matching skateboards. We rode them around the store (which probably was not allowed lol) and then we went to a park and rode them there. She went down a huge hill and fell off, after it happened she said “that was so fun”, we laughed it off and did it all over again. I still have the skateboard and I will never get rid of it. I’ll miss you forever Caitlin ❤️ I know you are watching over us

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