Mario L. "AJ" Frassetto
August 31, 1974 - June 29, 2008
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Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
2220 East College Avenue
Appleton, WI
Friday 7/4, 10:00 am
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Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
2220 East College Avenue
Appleton, WI
Friday 7/4, 12:00 pm
Jansen Fargo Funeral Home
204 East Kimberly Avenue
Kimberly, WI 54136
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FRASSETTO, MARIO L. “AJ” Mario Frassetto, of Tempe, Arizonia, age 33, died unexpectedly near Los Angeles, California as the result of a motorcycle accident. He was born August 31, 1974 in Appleton, the son of Anthony and Sandra (Heidke) Frassetto. Mario attended UW – Whitewater and graduated from Arizonia State University with a major in…

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Dave Melissa and Kurtis Petersen left a message on April 6, 2009:
We are all stunned and saddend by Mario's death. We want you all to know that your family is in are thoughts and prayers. Sincerly, Dave, Melissa, and Kurtis Petersen
Rich Vasquez left a message on April 6, 2009:
I first met Mario last Spring when I transfered to the Hi- health (vitamin store) location where I currently work. He would spend about an hour with us each afternoon after his work out at the gym next door. He had a way of brightening up our day, and the days he didn't stop in were, well... empty. I know for myself along with many others right now our businesses, homes and hearts are all feeling empty from the loss of you Mario. Mario, I'm going to miss you. God Bless.
Sierra Barnes left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dearest Mario, I may not have known you for long, but you made a huge impression on all of us at Hi Health. None of us will forget you. I am saddened to hear that your no longer with us but I am sure you are happy where you are. May you ride high on Angels wings. See you in the afterlife!
Warren Sheppard left a message on April 6, 2009:
Mario was always someone I greatly admired, he didn't live life the way someone else wanted him to. He lived life to the fullest the way he wanted to. He had a passion for friends that was unrivaled, it was impossible to have a bad time when you were with him. During his years here in Arizona, he frequented my families home countless times for dinner, parties, and to watch the F1 and MotoGP races. My entire family loved him...I loved him. Super Mario, your my brother. I'll never forget you!
Jasen Santiago left a message on April 6, 2009:
This is my final farewell to an individual who I truly considered a close friend. There are many words I could use to try to describe Mario. All of which, he would be happy to own. I knew Mario as a co-worker, a workout partner, as a roommate, and as the guy I had to drive around on the weekends because he refused to take his motorcycle out to the bars. But most importantly, as a loyal friend who continued to share his world with me even after he moved to California. Mario lived his life the way he wanted to live it regardless of what others may have thought. And believe it or not, it actually worked out for him. He didn't fall for society's trick of making you think that you needed to achieve certain things in life in order to become "successful". He did what he wanted and achieved what most of us can't: Happiness. Mario didn't spend a day of his life stuck in a position that he wasn't happy with. He was a free spirit in its most literal sense, and I often times found myself admiring the life that he made for himself. Although he was taken at an early age, he spent more time completely content then most of us will our entire lives. As sad as his death is for me and so many others, those who knew him know that he didn't have any regrets when he passed from this life to the next. Take care, "Supe". I know whereever you're at; you're tearing it up the way only you knew how…
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Stephanie Hollinger left a message on April 6, 2009:
Mario was a lanky, part-time copywriter just starting at American Roadracing when I met him. He soon became full-time and took over the desk next to mine, and we bonded over shared Midwest origins. When he got to do his first big photo shoot for BLVD, he was so proud. There was a close-up shot of him that somehow acquired a word balloon saying "don't hate me because I'm beautiful" and found it's way onto his computer as wallpaper. He acted insulted, but he loved it. The last time I saw him was last July at my husband's 40th birthday party. He came bearing homemade moonshine and proceeded to hold court with stories of his shenanigans. For weeks after I would hear from other party guests: "Who was that guy? Mario? He was hilarious!" Bottom line, if you were hanging out with Mario, you were having fun. Period. I can't believe I'll never see him again, but I am so happy and proud to have known him. SuperMario, you are the bomb.
MaryEllen Sheppard left a message on April 6, 2009:
To lose Mario is to lose someone who makes you smile, reminds you that life is meant to be lived, and people are meant to be loved. He will be missed. My deepest sympathies to each of you in Mario's family. To Mr. and Mrs. Frassetto, while I recognize words are inadequate, please let me share my genuine sorrow as well as my gratitude for having known and shared time with your wonderful son in Arizona. My heart aches as well for his dear friends, Jason and my son, Warren, living here in Tempe. Mario, there will always be a place for you at our dinner table.
Tom & Noreen Thomas left a message on April 6, 2009:
Tony & Sandi, We are so sorry we were not present to share in the grief for your son AJ. Our deepest sympathy for your loss. Sincerely,
Maria Kelleher left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dear Tony and Sandi, We are sorry we are not there with you but we are with you in spirit. We are praying for you during this unimaginable time. With our Love, Becky and Maria
Neal Gosz left a message on April 6, 2009:
I'm stunned and saddened to hear of AJ (Mario's) death. I went to high school with him and was a great person to be around. He was the reason I got interested in hockey. My thoughts and prayers are with the Frassetto family. Neal
carole schmidt left a message on April 6, 2009:
my sincere sympathy to you and your family; my thoughts and prayers are with you. may God bless you and make you strong at this difficult time. sincerely, Carole
Jim and Sue Foust left a message on April 6, 2009:
We understand the pain you are going through with the loss of your son AJ. He will always be with you in your hearts and memories.
Jim & Anna Malek left a message on April 6, 2009:
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Jim & Anna
Theresa McEwen left a message on April 6, 2009:
Shock and sorrow fill my heart today. Mario was so full of life. My favorite memory of Mario is drinking at Skip and Jan's and listening (in total amazement) to his adventures in motorcycles, hockey and live music.
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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