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Kyle Jonathan Frieze, 39 Died April 15, 2002

Kyle Jonathon Frieze, 39, Woodland Hills, Calif., formerly of Bismarck, was the victim
of a homicide April 16, 2002, at his home.

Kyle was born Nov. 9, 1962, in Bismarck, the son of Darlene and Joseph Frieze. He
was raised and educated in Bismarck, graduating from Bismarck High School in
1981. He was employed at Super Valu after school and summers. He graduated from the
University of North Dakota in 1985 with a degree in accounting and he later obtained
his CPA. After graduation he moved to Phoenix, Ariz. He was employed at
McKesson Drug, U.S. Tire Company, Phoenix Memorial Hospital and later at
Physicians Health Group.

In 1991, Kyle married Deidra Williams in Phoenix, Ariz. In 1998, they moved to Fargo
where he was a controller at Dakota Heartland Hospital. In the fall of 2000, they
moved to Woodland Hills, Calif., where he was the assistant financial officer at
Encino/Tarzana Regional Health Center. He was a very loving father to his three
children, Jeremy, Joseph and Jessica, all of Scottsdale, Ariz.

Kyle is survived by his children; his parents, Joseph and Darlene Frieze, Bismarck; three sisters and brothers-in-law, Debra and Kelly Christiansen, Duluth, Minn., Susan and Dennis Cahoon, Hazen, and Kimberly and Martin Bode, Edmonds, Wash.; one brother and sister-in-law, Joel and Kristie Frieze, Washburn; six nieces; two nephews; and several aunts, uncles and cousins.

Kyle's family will be forever grateful to his wonderful and supportive friends, Chuck
Glaser, Don Schaffner and Bruce and Michelle Sandborn, all of the Phoenix area.
Numerous friends and co-workers will also miss him. He will be remembered as a kind,
honest, hardworking and patient man.

His grandparents, Clara and Edward Klein and Lena and John Frieze, preceded him in

Kyle's family asks for your prayers at this very difficult time. Kyle will be deeply
missed by his family and friends. His family requests memorials be given to the
American Cancer Society of the American Heart Association.