John

November 22, 1964 ~ November 8, 2021

Born in: Glasgow, KY
Resided in: Glasgow, KY

John Rich Froggett, 56 of Glasgow, passed away Monday, November 8, 2021, at his residence. John was born in Glasgow on November 22, 1964, to the late William Froggett and Cassie Rich Froggett. John had worked at Dana corporation for approximately 20 years, then as a transport driver with Indiana Transport Company. He was of the Baptist Faith.

Survivors include his wife, Micky Froggett of Glasgow; 3 daughters, Natasha Rascoe (Ben) of Glasgow, Haley Crawford (Nick) of Oakland, and Ana Kate Edmunds (Tyler) of Glasgow; four grandchildren, Myles Rascoe, Tripp Rascoe, Palmer Rascoe, and Riggs Crawford; several nieces and nephews, and his special furry friends, Stella, and Indy.

In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by two brothers, Bill Froggett and Jesse Froggett; one sister, Ruth Schultz; and a very special uncle Jim Rich.

Funeral service will be 10:00am Thursday, November 11th at the A.F. Crow & Son Funeral Home with burial in the Glasgow Municipal Cemetery. Visitation will be on Wednesday from 2:00pm until 8:00pm and on Thursday morning until time for the service at the funeral home. A.F. Crow is honored to be entrusted with the care of Mr. Froggett. Please share your condolence with the family at www.crowfuneralhome.com.

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  1. Micky and girls, I am so very sorry. I can remember when you all were dating and had those beautiful daughters. I love you and praying prayers of much comfort for all you. Much Love, Karen

  2. Micky, I’m so very sorry for your loss. Sending many prayers for comfort to you and your girls during this difficult time. May God bless you all.

  3. I’m sorry for your loss, I knew John and his family since we were kids, he will be missed greatly, he was a good man.
    Jeff Crews

  4. So sorry for your loss, Micky. I’m sure you and your family will miss him very much but will be comforted by your many treasured memories of your times together. Courtney and I loved you very much when you were her soccer coach and our prayers are with you.

  5. Prayers, love and hugs for Micky, girls & the grandchildren! May God give each of you comfort during this celebration of a new life for John on the other side where there will be no more sorrow or pain!

  6. MY CONDOLANCES TO John Family.
    John was great man.I remember John when he was a small boy in school he lead class in songs.May God send Holysprit and comfort
    John Family doing this difficult time.

  7. So sorry for your loss. I remember the times we had growing up in Hiseville.Great times and great family. May God help you through this time of need!

  8. We are sending healing thoughts and hugs. John brought joy and laughter to our lives on more than one occasion. Some of our fondest memories are sitting by the campfire and on the trails with you and John. Love to all.

  9. So sorry for your loss. May God bless you during this difficult time. If there is anything I can do, don’t hesitate to call.

  10. Micky and family, I am so sorry to hear about John passing. Always remember the good times John and I had growing up in our younger days at Hiseville, riding bikes, motorcycles, skate boarding/roller skating, and anything two young daredevil boys would try or get into. He had the coolest bicycle… a Yamaha with shocks on it. We jumped a many dirt piles with it. Just great memories

  11. Micki and Girls,
    So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and will be in the coming days. May God bless you and wrap his arms around the family.

    Leslie and Wanda Kinslow

  12. I was honored to have known John. John and I both would kid each other about the size of our motorcycle helmets:). Rest well my friend.

  13. Micky, I am so sorry to hear of John passing . I am so glad you all had such a beautiful life together that will give you and your
    Family a lifetime of great memories . My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

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