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Molly Shega Fraboni

April 15, 1922 - November 9, 2022

In loving memory of our beautiful Mom.

Molly Shega Fraboni, age 100, was born in Chisholm on April 15, 1922 to Agnes and John Shega. She died peacefully November 9, 2022.

Molly was the youngest of eight children. She was a member of the girls Chisholm High School swim team. As an adult, she loved to swim at Lake Leander at frequent family picnics.  A walleye fisherwoman, she kept up with her husband, Ray Sr. and the family to catch their limit on Lake Vermilion.  She enjoyed polka music, dancing with her older sisters Anne and Fran at family weddings.

Molly married Ray Fraboni Sr. and they had five children.  She was an Executive Homemaker (Molly’s words), as well as home office manager for Ray’s Glass Shop.

Molly & Ray volunteered for Meals on Wheels in the Virginia area.  She was proud to help at the Servicemen’s Club in Virginia, serving meals & helping to make pasties.  She was very well liked by everyone she met.

At her 100th birthday celebration Molly received the Key to the City of Virginia from Mayor Cuffe, in gratitude for her service.

She was a breast cancer survivor, a life-long walker, a skilled potica and bread maker, an avid Twins fan, a lover of laughter, chocolate and red wine.

Special thanks to the staff at Aurora Health Center and Hospice.

Molly was preceded in death by her parents, seven older siblings and husband Ray. Molly is survived by her five children:  Michael Fraboni, Jeff Fraboni (Margy), Ray Fraboni Jr.(Nancy), Susan Fraboni Keto (Alex) and Paul Fraboni (Julie).  Molly is

survived by ten grandchildren and nine great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. The family held a private Celebration of Life for Molly.

We will miss her trademark smile and laughter.

3 thoughts on “Molly Shega Fraboni”

  1. Ron Ausec says:

    Aunt Molly was so loved by all of us when we visited MN.
    Our yearly visits were marked with fun with our cousins and special times with our aunts and uncles . Rest In Peace Aunt Molly

  2. Evelyn Shega says:

    My condolences to all of Aunt Molly’s family. She was an amazing woman. Love and god bless,

  3. Jim and Rita Kubalewski says:

    To all of Molly’s family, we just want to say that we are blessed to have known Molly, and to have enjoyed her can do spirit and hospitality whenever we visited Minnesota. We hope that your memories of her will sustain you through this difficult time of loss. We cannot help but think that as she enters heaven, there will be a very large number of loving family and friends awaiting her. If there are polkas in heaven, we are sure she is dancing now. She is young again for all eternity.

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