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In Memory

Adam Froelich - Class Of 2001

                                                     Rest in Peace Adam

ADAM D., suddenly on March 25, 2004. Specialist Adam D. Froehlich of Pine Hill, NJ, age 21; beloved son of Stephen and Rosemarie (nee Dalrymple) Froehlich of Pine Hill; also survived by brothers Steve (Jaime) Froehlich of Erial, Jeff (Crystal) Froehlich of Williamstown, sister April Froehlich of Pine Hill, grandfather John Froehlich of Pine Hill, nephew Andrew Froehlich of Erial, many loving aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Adam was serving in the US Army with the 2nd Platoon, Charlie Battery, in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the Visitation with the family on Fri. Eve. 6 to 9 P.M. at the ORA L. WOOSTER FUNERAL HOME, 51 Park Blvd., Clementon N.J. On Saturday, the family and friends will meet at 9:30 A.M. at St. Edwards Church, 500 Erial Rd., Pine Hill, where the Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 A.M. Int. Gate of Heaven Cem., Berlin. In lieu of flowers, the family request memorial donations be made to the American Legion Post No. 286, Erial Rd., Pine Hill, NJ 08021.


Published on Philly.com on Mar. 30, 2004


Spc. Adam Froehlich


Age:   21
Hometown: Pine Hill, NJ
Date of Death: 3/25/2004
Incident Location: Baqouba, Iraq
Branch of Military:   Army
Rank: Spc.
Unit: 6th Field Artillery, 1st Battalion
Unit's Base: Warner Barracks, Bamberg, Germany
´╗┐Adam Froehlich was moved to join the Army following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. He wound up being sent to Iraq and died in a roadside explosion three weeks after arriving there. "He was just a great person who loved his family, loved his country and believed in what he was fighting for," said his brother, Jeff Froehlich. Spc. Adam Froehlich, 21, of Pine Hill, N.J., died March 25. Stationed in Germany, he had hoped to pursue a college education after serving in the military and wanted to become a gym teacher. Froehlich had expressed concern before he went to Iraq. "Who wouldn't?" his brother said. "But he was very willing to go. He knew he was doing it for his country." He said his brother had been deeply moved by the Sept. 11 attacks. "That was really emotional for us," Jeff Froehlich said. "My brother loved his country."