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E. Walter Frasch

E. Walter Frasch, of Perkasie, died suddenly at Doylestown Hospital on Tuesday, December 15, 2020. He was 81 years old.

Walt was the beloved husband of Christine (Pfeffer) Frasch. They celebrated their 61st wedding anniversary in September.

He was the son of the late Adolf and Rosalie (Kirchmeyer) Frasch. Walt was born and raised in Philadelphia.

He attended Drexel University and received a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and a M.S. in Electrical Engineering.

Walt was an accomplished engineer and spent much of his long career at Kulicke and Soffa Industries where he was highly regarded by his peers and formed many lasting friendships. As an engineer, he received numerous patents for his work in the semiconductor industry.

Walt was a member of Peace-Tohickon Lutheran Church.

Walt’s priority was his family. He loved to travel, listen to classical music, and play golf.

He will be missed and remembered by his children Susan Burton, Michael Frasch and his wife Mary, and Walter Frasch and his wife Lori; his grandchildren Christine, Karyn, Robyn, Elizabeth, Greg, Dan, Julia, and Nick; his great grandchildren Corbin, Ean, Kile, Harper, Addison, and Greyson; and his siblings Hal and his wife Diane, Else, and Charlie and his wife Sue.

Due to the pandemic, funeral services at this time will be held privately. A memorial service will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Peace-Tohickon Lutheran Church at 100 Old Bethlehem Road, Perkasie, PA 18944.

 

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