William Frigo Death, Obituary – We are writing to let you know that our brother William Frigo, OFM Cap., passed away on December 6 at the age of 86. He was a member of the Order of the Franciscan Capuchin. He was a Capuchin Franciscan, which means he was a member of their order. Because he was a member of the Capuchin Franciscan order, we might say that he was a Capuchin Franciscan. It is possible that we could refer to him as a Capuchin Franciscan because he was a member of the Franciscan order of Capuchin monks. It is with the deepest regret that we have to relay this information to you, but due to unforeseen circumstances, it is necessary.
Please accept our sincere apologies for any trouble this may create. He transitioned from this life on earth into the next life that was waiting for him in the wee hours of the morning when he passed away. Brother Bill was accepted into the community in the year 1955, and the year 1959 marked the beginning of his formal religious profession, which was necessary for him to become a member of the religious organization. Brother Bill’s formal religious profession began in 1959. 1955 was the year that all of this transpired throughout the course of the year. Throughout the course of his career as a minister, he has served in a variety of roles in a number of different nations and countries, and in the process of doing so, he has held a variety of positions in each of those nations and countries.
In addition, he has served as a minister in a number of different nations and countries. In addition to the most recent of these posts, he has held positions quite comparable to this one in a number of different states, including Montana, Michigan, Wisconsin, Texas, and Illinois, to name just a few of these previous positions. The position that is considered to be the most recent of these ones was held in the state of Montana. The funeral preparations, which are currently in the process of being finalized, are currently getting their finishing touches, which includes the addition of the last touches.