Rosalie Frame

Rosalie Frame (Corso)

Tuesday, April 16th, 1946 - Monday, September 21st, 2020
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Rosalie Frame, 74, of Louisville, was peacefully called home to her Heavenly Father on September 21, 2020. Her courageous battle with cancer ended as she was surrounded by her family. She was born to Michael and Mary Corso on April 16, 1946.
Duck has embraced life as the consummate Team Mom, with her delicious home cooking, her zest for travel, her love of the grocery store, her avid devotion to sports of all types and her Louisville Cardinals, and her unwavering devotion to her family. Duck was a lifelong educator who taught “her” kids with a ferocity unlike any other. She put her heart and soul into the education of the youth she touched. Her warrior spirit will serve as a guide for all of those she left behind.
She is preceded in death by her father (Michael Corso), her mother (Mary Barrett), her sister (Betty Kronauer), and her brother (Frank Corso).
Left to cherish her memory is her husband and best friend of 55 years Jim Frame, her daughter Angie Palmer, her son Jim Frame, Jr., her daughter Joanie Butler (Chris), her brother John Corso and numerous nieces and nephews that she loved dearly. She was a dedicated Grammy to Hailey, Logan, Riley, Ava, Lowry, and Addie who were the straw to her Coke!
Her funeral mass will be held at St. Raphael on Saturday, September 26, 2020 at 10:00am.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Rosalie’s (Duck’s) honor to Hosparus Health of Louisville or the Charles and Mimi Osborn Cancer Center.
Because Duck would want to protect her friends and family, a celebration of her life will take place at a later date.
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    Saturday, September 26th, 2020 | 10:00am
    Saturday, September 26th, 2020 10:00am
    St. Raphael Catholic Church
    2141 Lancashire Avenue
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Mike Hamilton

Posted at 01:41pm
To Jim and Family,
Words are not adequate to express my feelings about Duck's passing and what a friend she was to me. She was, as all of you are, like family to me. So, for now, may I just say I've been reliving so many wonderful memories , Jim, that Duck, you and I shared through the years. They are blessings, and I'll forever cherish them. And to Angie, Jimmy, and Joanie, what a gift to know you and to share your Mom and Dad's pride in you. Please know that you all have my love and support now and always, And I know that Duck, just as she always did when she was with us, will continue to be our Guardian Angel to continue to give us just that right boost and encouragement just when we need it. In "normal times" I would be personally in attendance with you tomorrow, but want you to know I'll be with you in spirit, and will continue to offer my prayers of gratitude for Duck, as well as my prayers of thanks, and love for you, Jim, and all the family.
God Bless,
Mike Hamilton

Tom Peterson

Posted at 04:04pm
Jim, so sorry to hear of the loss of your wife. Our sincere sympathies to you and the family.

With respect,

Tom Peterson

Keith Bube

Posted at 02:01pm
Mr. Frame and Family,
I am so sorry to hear about Mrs. Frame. I was blessed to have her as a teacher at Flaget. She was a wonderful teacher, but better than that, she was a wonderful person. She loved teaching and she loved her students. She did so much for me and for Flaget. She truly will be missed. May the many wonderful memories of Mrs. Frame comfort you during this difficult time. Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Keith and Tammy Bube

Joyce O’Neil

Posted at 06:36pm
I was Rosalie’s assistant at OLOL and loved working with her. Joanie was just a few months old when Duck came aboard, and much of our work with done with the baby sleeping peacefully on her blanket on the floor while we worked around her. Duck and I were born only 4 days apart, same year, and we quickly discovered that we grew up in the same neighborhood and went to Kindergarten together, same classroom. We had many laughs looking over my Kindergarten picture trying to find each other! Although we didn’t keep in close contact after those years of working together, the few times we reconnected hold special memories for me. I am so sorry Duck had to endure so many health challenges, but I know she used her time wisely to prepare her family to carry on without her until you meet again. You all have my sincere sympathy and prayers at this sad time. Fondly, Joyce O’Neil


Julie Saettel

Posted at 05:52pm
Duck was the consummate woman. Strong but gentle. She taught her students with a zeal to want them to be all they could be and left lasting impressions on all of them. As a wife, the ultimate in being a partner with all the love and support there can be. As a mom, well, she was the best in her children’s hearts. And her grandchildren were what drove her these past years with her health struggles. And for those of us in her extended family, she was a rock, a true, loving friend ready to help with a kind word and support. You will be dearly missed by many people, especially me and Denise. We can’t say enough about this wonderful lady and friend. Thank you for your love and acceptance. To her beautiful family, our hearts go out to each of you. You will have a hole in your heart, but oh so may precious memories to hold on to. She will always be with you to guide and love you. God Bless you all. Love and hugs and prayers.
Julie and Denise

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