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Kara Froelich

November 08, 1980 - July 15, 2019

Memorial service

July 20, 2019
- 10:00 AM

Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center


Boulger Funeral Home

Kara Froelich

November 08, 1980 - July 15, 2019


Kara Kathleen Froelich, 38, passed away in Fargo on Monday, July 15, 2019.

Kara Kathleen Froelich was born on Saturday, November 8, 1980 to Kathleen (Sattler) and Ervin C Froelich, Jr. They took her home to sister Bethany in Grand Forks, ND. Kara attended school in Grand Forks until her high school graduation in 1999.

Kara moved to Fargo in 2007 and in 2012, she had her son Micky Ervin Reynolds. Together they enjoyed planting their garden, fishing with family, talking, laughing, and doing all the adventures they could squeeze into their day.
Kara was taken too soon.

Kara is loved and survived by her son Micky; parents Kathy & Ervin; sister, Beth (Mike); nephews Liam, Oliver, Oscar, Jacob, and Kadyn; niece, Mylee; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

Kara is preceded in death by her grandparents Ann & Frank Sattler; Ervin & Evelyn Froelich; uncles Rod, and Marlin; and cousins Monica, Brian, and Matt.


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23 responses to “Kara Froelich”

  1. Robin Opitz says:

    Kara, you will be missed by so many people who dearly loved and cherished you. i will miss reading your wonderful love filled stories of Micky and you. You had such a talent for writing from your heart.

  2. Adrienne Cash says:

    Kara was a beautiful person inside and out. She had a heart of gold and was an absolutely amazing mommy. Her spirit will live on through her son. She will be greatly missed.

  3. Gwen Breidenbach says:

    Rest In Peace your life was a bless to all who knew you

  4. Ben Nelson says:

    One of my favorite people I’ve ever met. Can’t believe I won’t ever be able to talk and joke with her all night about life and crazy

  5. Dawn Derby says:

    Kara I met you from a facebook

    buy/sell site you bought my kids crib when you were pregnant with Micky. From that day we met we became long life friends. Having Micky at my daycare was a pleasure watching him grow over the years. If you had time dropping off or picking up Mick you would always sit down on the couch and chat. Some days after a weekend or a break you would come in and we would hug and you would say “I missed you buddy”. Friday when you dropped him off you said you had to get to work so you didn’t come in knowing you would be really late if you did cuz we would get chatting. I watched you walk to your car thinking I had not given you a hug in a few days, because you were off the day before, I thought I would get a hug from her next time…that would have been Monday, that day was the worst day in the 6 years that I have done daycare. You were an angel on earth, and now you are an angel watching over Mick. You were the mom that every child wishes to have, the videos and pictures you sent me and posted on Facebook of you and Mick having fun were priceless, you spoke from the heart. I will forever miss you, but will always cherish the laughs and fun times we had together. Love you Buddy.

  6. Bev (Novak) Breivik Williston, ND says:

    Micky, Kathy, Erv, Beth and family. My sincere sympathies to you all. It is so sad when our loved ones are taken from us too soon. I enjoyed her uplifting posts on Facebook. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  7. Shelley Palme says:


  8. Jessica Kahlbaugh says:

    You were such an amazing gift to have in my life! You took me in without hesitation. It felt like I have known you for years, not months.
    When I first met you at my second round interview, I knew we were going to be fast friends. As time went on, you knew the potential I had, when I knew I didn’t. I wouldn’t be where I am today, without you guiding me to success.
    I wish I would have given you a hug before you left Sunday. Monday was the worst day to this year, and you knew how bad of a year 2019 already was.
    You will be missed babe!
    P.S. Don’t worry, I’ll stay to our word and make our cups! <3

  9. Vicki Jangula says:

    I can’t even believe that this is even true. Kara, you were a true friend to me, you took me out of my comfort zone more times than I can count and I am grateful for that. I am so glad that I got to know you and call you a friend. Rest easy…love you.

  10. LaRae says:

    I have a hard time believing the news. I met you in High School and we were best friends through out. We lost touch after and through social media we had reconnected. I always loved reading your posts and seeing all of your adventures you and Mick had. You were an amazing woman and very loving Mom. My heart breaks for your family and son, as they lost a very amazing person way to young. I have sat here and laughed remembering our little “adventures” we would go on when we would dip out of English class, they never caught on that you and I shouldn’t have been in that class together LOL 🙂

  11. Shawn Olson Maddock, ND says:

    I still can’t believe this is even true. It was just a month ago we were talking about our high school reunion. We’ve known each other since we were in kindergarten. I will always remember the trips our family’s took to Fargo for the car shows.

    You will truly be missed by so many. My deepest sympathy to your family.

  12. Linda Inman says:

    Kathy & Erv,
    It is so hard to find the words that adequately express my sorrow for your loss. All I can say is I will keep you in my prayers and hold you close to my heart. I will try to call soon to see if you are ready for a lunch Kathy. Love to both of you and the rest of your family.

  13. Merideth Sorensen says:

    You will be deeply missed my friend. I have so many memories with you ill hold onto forever. Fly high my friend and we will see eachother again.
    Love you, The Sorensens

  14. Gina Wolfe says:

    Kara My son Aj was Micky’s best friend I met you when you started at herbergers you where always so happy and full of life always giving advice you where like a big sister to me I remember that day we came to see you and Micky I forgot the diaper bag but you found an old diaper that was way too small for mick but the strap thing broke off you found duck tape God we laughed so hard I’ll really miss you and the mud fights us and the kids had the ugly crying and warm hugs and the looks you would give me when u knew something was wrong I love you so so much we will truly miss you I’m deeply sorry the last 3 years we haven’t been talking when I heard the news I was in shock trying to ask God why and wondering how you’re best friend Micky is doing we love you guys so much always and forever you’re friend Gina Bina

  15. Renae (Wilson) Moe says:

    Kathy, I am in shock. I am so sorry for you and your family’s loss. I can’t imagine the pain all of you are feeling right now. I know how much you cherished your girls and your family. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Sending you a long distance hug.

  16. Pat Reynolds says:

    Kara as a very special lady. From the first time I met her I felt I felt l had always known her. She has a special place in my heart.

  17. Kate Holten says:

    Kara was the most beautiful person I have ever met. She live with everything she had. When life would get tough she was quick to wright a long thought out post on FB and then inspire all of her friends with her inner thoughts. Watching her with Mick was inspiring, she would get down to his level look him in the eye and explain what ever he was questioning. I saw the special bond they had and was in admiration of there close connection. She was a spit fire, a go getter, and never settled. She would take the time to make you valid and understood and mostly loved. She was a great listener and she spoke from her heart to all. I will miss her greatly, my heart aches for Moo a nick name she had for Mick. I will miss her random messages with videos and words of encouragements.

  18. Wayne and Donna Griffiths says:

    To the family of Kara Froelich

    Life is so tender,
    So fragile,
    So very precious.

    Though we did not know Kara, it seems she was a very special, loving and
    caring young woman and mother. We are very sorry for your loss.
    With our deepest sympathy,
    Wayne and Donna Griffiths
    (Kellie and Scott’s family)

  19. Julie Hetland says:

    Kara, you will be missed! You had the most wonderful personality! You were kind and caring and the world will not be the same without you!

  20. Casey Hansen says:

    Kara it feels wired Writing this down u made such a big impact on my life I still text u ever Night because that was are Routine we could talk for hours I will miss that too and getting to hear your voice I love u Kara. I will always remember the times we had and Cherish them I promise to be in Mickeys life you would want that I will bring him to the card store love you kara Rest In Peace bye my friend love casey

  21. Gwen says:

    So someone I met years ago passed this week
    I would like to say Kara I was thinking this morning if the tears you cried as you struggled.
    The smile you would have in your face and the twinkle in your eyes when you would say “ hi mama Gwen” or tease me about dumb thing I would say or do with they twinkle in your eyes
    You joy in life even when you were struggling was a true blessing you often brighten my day
    Thank you dear, I am sure you are teasing God today and laughing at the memories and stories that will be shared
    Thank you for bringing sunshine to my little corner
    Fly my dear fly

  22. Jill Gerszewski says:

    My heart is extremely heavy for Micky and family. I met you in Jim’s room many years ago. You were always so full of life and had the most positive outlook on life no matter the hand being dealt. I didn’t know you well but, you made an impact on my life. I am sorry I never got to tell you that. Rest easy friend. Please give Jim a hug for me. <3

  23. Faye Cook says:

    Kara was a kind hearted soul. She valued her family, the ones she worked with and also the ones whom she got to know while she was working. Her biggest joy was Micky. Their love for each other was special to behold. their love ‘glowed’.
    I thank the Lord for you, Kara. Your love touched so many. I will keep your family in my prayers.

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