Madlyn Fritschie

Madlyn Fritschie 

Madlyn Vera Helen Fritschie passed away October 1st, 2019 in Scottsbluff, Nebraska of natural causes. She was born September 19, 1961 at Lutheran Trinity in Kansas City, Missouri.

Funeral services will be held at 1 pm, Friday October 4, 2019 at Christ the King located at 18th & N Street, Gering, Nebraska 69341. Services will be officiated by Father Mike McDonald. Burial will follow at Westlawn Cemetery, Gering, Nebraska. Online condolences may be left at

Madlyn Fritschie was born to Larry and Maxy Fritschie. She attended and graduated from Gering High School. Madlyn is preceded in death by her Mother, Maxy Fritschie and her brother, James Fritschie. She is survived by her Father, Larry Fritschie and her sister, Michele Fritschie Stuart, nephews Tyler Stuart, Corey Stuart, Andrew Fritschie, Larry Fritschie, Robert Fritschie; nieces Nicole Baker, Stephanie Fritschie as well as her sister-in-law Beth Fritschie; and numerous great-nephews and nieces.

Madlyn was a lifetime resident of Gering / Scottsbluff. Anyone who knew Madlyn, knows she had an enormous heart that reached out to so many people. She loved animals, loved her family and always tried to help those around her. She proudly sponsored two children, one from Sri Lanka and one in the Philippines. When teased about how she loved to wear bright colors, she replied: Raspberry… Raspberry is my favorite color. Forever, raspberries will always remind us of Madlyn.

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