Moe Frohman was the son of David and Rachel Strauss Frohman, who were both natives of Frankfort, Germany. Moe was a lifelong resident of Sandusky, Ohio. He worked at the Hinde and Dauch Paper Co., and was a member of the Elks Lodge and the United Commercial Travelers. Moe C. Frohman died on June 18, 1942, at the age of 67. He was survived by his wife, mrs. Pauline Miller Frohman, a daughter Portia, and a granddaughter Polly. An obituary for Moe C. Frohman is found in the 1942 OBITUARY NOTEBOOK at the Sandusky Library.
Moe C. Frohman was a brother of Sandusky businessman and philanthropist, Sidney Frohman. Moe's nephew was historian and author, Charles E. Frohman. Cousins of Moe C. Frohman, who were also born in Sandusky, were David and Charles Frohman, who were both very active in the theatrical business in New York City.
Moe C. Frohman and his wife Pauline are both buried in Sandusky's Oakland Cemetery.
Moe's parents, David and Rachel Frohman, are buried in Sandusky's Oheb Shalom Cemetery.