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Visitation

Anderson Clayton Bros. Chapel KEMP
Saturday December 18th, 2021
10:00am - 12:00pm

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Private Family Burial

Baker
Saturday December 18th, 2021

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Ernest Duane Frugé, Sr.

Visitation for Ernest Duane Frugé Sr, age 60, of Kemp, TX will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 18, 2021, at Anderson Clayton Bros. Funeral Home Kemp, TX. Interment will take place at Baker Cemetery. Mr. Frugé passed away on Monday, December 13, 2021, in Tyler, TX.
Ernest was born on July 26,1961 at Nellis Air Force Base, NV to Jerry Dudley Frugé Sr of Duncanville, TX and Clara Garcia of Dallas, TX. Ernest was a sheet metal mechanic in the HVAC industry.
He is survived by his son Ernest Frugé Jr, of Kemp, TX and daughter Donna Sherrill and husband Michael Sherrill, of Kemp, TX; granddaughter Gabrielle Sherrill and grandson Tye Sherrill both of Kemp, TX; sister, Beth Shaver and husband George Shaver of Dallas, TX; niece Elizabeth Guier and husband Ian Guier of Hurst, TX, nephew Jason Frugé of Henderson, TX.
Ernest was preceded in death by his parents; sons, Jerry Dean Frugé and Terry Don Frugé both of Dallas, TX; brother, Jerry Frugé Jr, Dallas, TX; nephew, Ian Heath Shaver of Dallas, TX.
Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Anderson Clayton Bros. Funeral Home, Kemp TX.

The online register can be viewed at andersonclaytonkemp.com.




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My precious, dear little brother. Your life was too short. I remember a time not to long ago, you told me you were going to live forever. But no one lives forever in this life. However I do believe there is life after death, after the resurrection and the judgement. And then I believe we will all see each other again. Mom, Dad, Jerry, me and you. No matter what, we were a family and family is what matters. No one can take that away from us.
Oh my gosh, I have so many stories to tell. You were always a singer. And I remember you watching cartoons. Especially the old ones. You were always called the little bull dog by the boys playing football in Michigan. And the fishing! We were always fishing. And why not? We were surrounded by water. It was like living on an island. Fishing was forever in your bones. We were so lucky to have lived there and we shared our stories on those days when you came over after work. I was cooking supper for my family as you enjoyed a few beers and stood by the back door. we talked of those days, the kids we knew and the stupid things we did.
I know Jerry's death changed you. It changed all of us. It was not an easy time but we got through it only because we kept breathing. That's life. You went on to have two wonderful and successful children, two beautiful grandkids and a great grandchild. You really did well. I have missed you for a long time. I will miss you more now. Rest in peace my little brother. I love you. Until we see each other again....your sister, Beth.




I remember a time not to long ago

ELIZABETH SHAVER Dec 16 2021 10:10 PM

We love Ernie!

George Shaver Dec 16 2021 6:54 PM