Kimberly Fratzke

March 2, 1962 - November 2, 2020

Kimberly Fratzke, 58, of North Aurora passed away Monday, November 2, 2020.  She was born March 2, 1962 in San Diego, CA the daughter of Ronald and Shirley (Snyder) Miller.  She was united marriage to James Paul Fratzke October 24, 1992 at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Batavia. 

Kim was employed for over 30 years at Amcor Plastic Packaging in Batavia.  She was a talented vocal musician who studied music at Ball State University and later Northern Illinois University.   

She is survived by her husband James; a brother Ronald Miller and a sister Jennifer (David) Duque; a nephew Michael Fratzke and a niece Kayla Duque. 

She is preceded in death by her parents.

Visitation will be held 1:00 P.M. until 4:00 P.M. Saturday, November 7, 2020 at Moss Family Funeral Home 209 South Batavia Ave. Batavia, IL. 

Memorial contributions may be directed to the American Lung Association,

Guest Book

  • Amy Murray Kim will be remembered for her kind heart, wild sense of humor and dedication. I worked with Kim for several years and was honored to have her on my management team. She always gave 100% and cared for her co workers. She was passionate about everything she put her mind too. Through this she became my friend and I was lucky to have her always supporting me. That was Kim, she encouraged and believed in you. She loved her family and was the proudest Aunt. She always made my own daughter feel like her family, always bringing her something for as she say her Aubrey. I will miss her in so many ways and miss hearing her singing as her voice was as beauitful as her soul. Rest in peace Kim.
  • Frank & Laurel Fratzke We dearly loved Kim and will miss her so very much... She was a loving aunt to her nephew Michael who thought the world of her, and a very caring and devoted daughter-in-law to Dale, who loved and appreciated all she had done for him. We will remember her contagious smile and warm, outgoing personality always. Loving thoughts and prayers to all whose lives were touched by hers.
  • Kymberly Stengler Kim was a beautiful, intelligent, and talented woman. You had an amazing sense of humor and a compassionate nature that would do anything for a friend. Thank you for just being you. You will be missed but God needed you more. RIP my friend.
  • Harold Lunsford Kim will be greatly missed. I really thought a lot of her and always enjoyed working with her, her wonderful sense of humor and her smile. May God bless you and your family during this trying time.