Eric A. Frosch, Jr, age 57, formerly of Toledo, passed away early Monday morning, June 22, 2015, from his bout with lung cancer. He was born March 27, 1958 to Eric, Sr. and Betty Mae (Etts) who preceded him in death. Eric worked as a machine fabricator and operator for several years primarily for Guttermaker Inc. His interests included football, baseball, fishing, playing cards, crosswords, and spending time with family and friends. Eric was best known for his zest for life, his outgoing and humorous personality, his willingness and devotion to hard work, and his selflessness when it came to lending help to family and friends when needed. Left to cherish his memory are his wife, Margery (Kaye); children, Brandon Moore, Matthew (Sandra) Moore, and Melissa (Chad) Foster; grandchildren, Sierra (Cody), Samantha, Tristan, David, and Hudson; great-granddaughters, Savannah and Kinsley, who is expected to arrive June 24, 2015. Eric had nine nephews, five nieces, 12 great-nephews, and six great-nieces as well, and he will be deeply missed by his Aunt Linda (Don), Uncle Kenny and Uncle Jim, as well as several cousins. Eric will be sadly missed by his loving and devoted companion, Gabby Girl (canine). In addition to his parents, Eric was preceded in death by his grandparents, Eric and Minnie Frosch (paternal) and Frank and Freida Etts (maternal); his baby sister, Debbie, who was 6 months old; his brothers and their wives, John, David (Kim), Daniel (Rose), and Jesse (Heather); and also his cousin, Jim (Elaine), whom was like a brother to Eric. Services will be held Saturday, June 24, 2015 at 1PM at Rooted in Christ Church, 4311 Dahlia St. in Point Place. If you wish to send flowers they will be received between 10AM and noon at the church. Following the service a meal will be provided at Central Christian Church, 1660 Amesburg Rd, off of Jackman across from Krogers, behind the dental building. There will be coffee and tea or you may provide your own refreshments. Donations for the church’s provisions will be thankfully accepted. The Frosch family gratefully appreciates all of you love, support, and prayers.