Fray, Cynthia Ann, d. 1935 - Frazier, Roger Lee, d. 2005


Fray, Cynthia Ann (Shepard) 20 Jun 1864 - 29 Mar 1935 CCR 11 Apr 1935 p5

[Note: Daughter of Benjamin L. & Mary Ann (Kessinger) Shepard; married 30 Sep 1883 William Henry “Billie” Fray 2 Nov 1854 - 25 Apr 1922; to Jenks, Oklahoma 1918]

Mrs. W. H. Fray passed away at her home in Jenks, Oklahoma on Friday, March 29, 1935, after several weeks of suffering from paralysis. Cynthia Ann Shepard was born at Ozark, MO, and was 70 years, nine months and nine days old at the time of her death. She was married to W.H. Fray, Sept. 30, 1883, and spent the greater part of their married life at that place. In 1918, they moved to Jenks and purchased the Jenks hotel, which was then given the name Ozark Hotel. This she owned and operated until about three years ago, when she suffered a paralytic stroke and was forced to retire. She had always led an active life, rearing a large family of her own, besides several grand-children. Although small of stature and a cripple for a number of years she still insisted on keeping at work. When many persons would have given up in despair at some of the obstacles that opposed her, she did not. This wonderful nerve she displayed as long as life lasted. She leaves five daughters, Mrs. Hattie Burnham, Mrs. Ruby Miller and Mrs. Mamie Miller of Ontario, CA, Mrs. Lucy Rock of Beaver, Oklahoma, and Mrs. D.C. Grubbs of Jenks; two brothers, Dr. Tom Shepard and M.E. Shepard of Tulsa; two sisters, Mrs. R.P. Smith of Ontario, CA, Mrs. Mary O’Brian of Jenks; 20 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon, March 31 in Jenks at the Baptist church, Rev. R.B. Butler pronouncing the last sad rites. Six grandsons were pallbearers: Fred, Bill and Howard Cave, Lynn and Ronald Gibson and Dave Grubbs, Bob Boils honorary pallbearer. Funeral arrangements were in charge of Winterringer and burial in the Broken Arrow cemetery.

Fray, Laura (Angel) 1893 - May 1928 CCR 10 May 1928 p1

[Note: married Charles “Monk” Fray Aug 1891 - Mar 1930]

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Fray, Lucille 1903 - May 1928 CCR 10 May 1928 p1

Wife Killer Is Former Ozark Boy

Charles (Monk) Fray Lived Here Until Three Years Ago -- Faces Serious Charge

On Friday afternoon, the Springfield Leaders carried a story under a Tulsa, Oklahoma date, telling of the alleged killing of Mrs. Lucile Fray, aged 25, at her home in Tulsa and also the murder of Mrs. Laura Fray, aged 35, at her home in Jenks, Oklahoma. The murdered women were the wives of Charles (Monk) Fray, formerly of Ozark. He lived here with his parents until about four years ago when the family moved to Oklahoma. He has been in Ozark often since his departure. The story of the alleged murders, as it appears in the Leader is as follows: ”Tulsa, Oklahoma, May 4 - Believes to have slain his wife, Mrs. Lucile Fray, 25, at her Tulsa home and then to have killed his divorced wife, Mrs. Laura Fray, 35, at Jenks, Oklahoma early this morning, Charles Fray, 37, former Jenks ice manufacturer, was shot and dangerously wounded in resisting arrest. Mrs. Laura Fray, the divorced wife, was killed in a restaurant she owned. “She was awakened by someone breaking down the front door. Taking a revolver, she went too the front of the restaurant to investigate. Her head was blown off by a shotgun charge fired by the intruder. “County officers were notified, and they went to the home of Fray’s mother, Mrs. Anna Fray at Jenks. They found Fray hiding behind a door. He fired a shotgun at A. G. Curtis, Marshall, striking the officer in the shoulder. Bill Pinion, deputy sheriff, dropped Fray with a revolver shot in the abdomen. “Officers later visited Fray’s home here and found Mrs. Lucile Fray, the second wife, had been slain. Fray’s many friends hers are bewildered because of his alleged crime and cannot understand how he could have done such an act. When he lived here as a boy, he was likes and it has been said by some of his friends that he “wouldn’t kill a bird”. It is understood and reported that his associations since leaving Ozark have not been of the best, and it is rumored by some that he had been associated with run-running from these parts into Oklahoma during the past several months. [incomplete? No more copied]

 

Fray, Lucille 1903 - May 1928 CCR 10 May 1928 p1

[Note: married Charles “Monk” Fray Aug 1891 - Mar 1930]

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Fray, Laura (Angel) 1893 - May 1928 CCR 10 May 1928 p1

Wife Killer Is Former Ozark Boy

Charles (Monk) Fray Lived Here Until Three Years Ago -- Faces Serious Charge

On Friday afternoon, the Springfield Leaders carried a story under a Tulsa, Oklahoma date, telling of the alleged killing of Mrs. Lucile Fray, aged 25, at her home in Tulsa and also the murder of Mrs. Laura Fray, aged 35, at her home in Jenks, Oklahoma. The murdered women were the wives of Charles (Monk) Fray, formerly of Ozark. He lived here with his parents until about four years ago when the family moved to Oklahoma. He has been in Ozark often since his departure. The story of the alleged murders, as it appears in the Leader is as follows: ”Tulsa, Oklahoma, May 4 - Believes to have slain his wife, Mrs. Lucile Fray, 25, at her Tulsa home and then to have killed his divorced wife, Mrs. Laura Fray, 35, at Jenks, Oklahoma early this morning, Charles Fray, 37, former Jenks ice manufacturer, was shot and dangerously wounded in resisting arrest. Mrs. Laura Fray, the divorced wife, was killed in a restaurant she owned. “She was awakened by someone breaking down the front door. Taking a revolver, she went too the front of the restaurant to investigate. Her head was blown off by a shotgun charge fired by the intruder. “County officers were notified, and they went to the home of Fray’s mother, Mrs. Anna Fray at Jenks. They found Fray hiding behind a door. He fired a shotgun at A. G. Curtis, Marshall, striking the officer in the shoulder. Bill Pinion, deputy sheriff, dropped Fray with a revolver shot in the abdomen. “Officers later visited Fray’s home here and found Mrs. Lucile Fray, the second wife, had been slain. Fray’s many friends hers are bewildered because of his alleged crime and cannot understand how he could have done such an act. When he lived here as a boy, he was likes and it has been said by some of his friends that he “wouldn’t kill a bird”. It is understood and reported that his associations since leaving Ozark have not been of the best, and it is rumored by some that he had been associated with run-running from these parts into Oklahoma during the past several months. [incomplete? No more copied]

Fray, William Henry "Billie" 2 Nov 1854 - 25 Apr 1922 CCR 28 Apr 1922 p1

[Note: married Cynthia Anna Shepard 20 Jun 1864 - 29 Mar 1935]

Aunt Nan Thornton received a telegram Tuesday announcing the death of W. H. Fray at Jenks, Oklahoma, Monday night. Funeral services and burial at Jenks was held Wednesday. Billy Fray was for many years a resident of Ozark, moving to Jenks some four years ago. He leaves a widow and seven children. He was about 65 years of age and died of heart trouble.

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Fray, William Henry "Billie" 2 Nov 1854 - 25 Apr 1922 CCR 5 May 1922 p1

Wm. Henry Fray, aged 65 years, 5 months and 25 days, died at his home, the City Hotel in Jenks, at 6:30 a.m., Tuesday, April 25th. Deceased was born in Marion county, Missouri, November 2, 1854, going to Christian county when a young man where he was married and resided until four years ago, at which time he came to Jenks and bought the hotel where he lived until his death. Mr. Fray married Miss Anna Shepard in 1883, who with seven children survive hi., one child, Mrs. Kate Gibson, having died six years ago. Besides the seven children, there are 17 grandchildren. The children are: Mrs. Ruddy Miller, Mrs. Mamie Miller and Mrs. Hattie Doss, all of California; Mrs. Glessie Cave, Springfield, Mo.; Mrs. Lucy Rock, Jenks; Charles Fray, Jenks, and Mrs. D. C. Grubbs, Tulsa. The funeral sermon was preached by Rev. H. J. Lorenz, pastor of the First Baptist church of Jenks, at the home of the deceased at 1 p.m. Wednesday. Immediately following the funeral services, the pall bearers and members of the local I.O.O.F. Lodge took charge of the remains, which accompanied by a large number of citizens of Jenks with the family and relatives, was carried to Broken arrow for burial. Interment was had in the Paul Grove cemetery at Broken Arrow at 5 p.m. Wednesday, under the direction of the Odd Fellow Lodge, of which order deceased had been a member for a great many years. Joe Bolton and Albert Lawson were in charge of the funeral and burial arrangements. Dr. Shepard and wife, Ellis Shepard and wife and Mrs. Mary O’Brien of Tulsa and Mrs. Bessie Smith of Yale, Oklahoma, brothers and sisters of Mrs. Fray, were present at the funeral and attended the burial services. Mr. Fray had been in ill health for a long time, his death being caused by a general wastage of the vital powers. While never active in local public affairs, Mr. Fray was well known to practically all the citizens of this community, by whom he was highly esteemed, and the family have the sincere sympathy of the entire citizenship in their hour of bereavement -- The Jenks (Okla.) News.  We are sure the family have the sympathy of their many old friends in Ozark and vicinity.

Frazier, Adah L. (Daugherty) 12 Jun 1897 - 9 Sep 1976 OH 16 Sep 1976 p11

[Note: Daughter of Sebern W. & Lutisha (Whitehead) Daugherty; married 15 Oct 1916 Clyde Frazier 27 May 1897 - 21 Jan 1988]

Mrs. Adah L. Frazier, 79, a lifelong Ozark resident, died at 12:35 p.m. Thursday in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield after a long illness. She was a member of Cassidy Methodist Church. Survivors include her husband, Clyde A.; two sons, Okla of Rogersville and Larry of Joplin; a daughter, Mrs. Rachel C. McCoy, Ozark; three half brothers, Eugene  and __sel Ball, both of Denver, Mo. and Bill Daugherty, state of California; two half sisters, Mrs. Zelma Harris, Kansas City and Mrs. Juanita ___rling, Springfield; her step-mother. Mrs. Zetta Woods, Rogersville; eight grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Harris of Ozark will announce arrangements.

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Frazier, Adah L. (Daugherty) 12 Jun 1897 - 9 Sep 1976 OH 7 Oct 1976 p4

OZARK - Services for Mrs. Adah L. Frazier, 79, a lifelong Ozark resident, were at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Harris Chapel here with the Rev. John Graham officiating. Burial was in Frazier Cemetery near Clever. Mrs. Frazier died at 12:254 p.m. Thursday in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield after a long illness.

Frazier, Agnes 1915 - 19 Oct 1972  CCR 26 Oct 1972 p2

[Note: married Arthur E. Frazier]

Funeral services for Mrs. Agnes Frazier, 61, of Route 1, Clever, were at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in the Mt. Sinai Baptist Church with the Rev. Larry Stevens officiating. Burial was Monday in Osceola, Ark., under the direction of Harris of Nixa. Mrs. Frazier died at 8 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 19, in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield, following a long illness. She had been a resident of Christian County for the past 10 years and was a member of the Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband, Arthur E.; three sisters, Mrs. Lillian Gaultney of Las Cruces, N.M., Mrs. Alma Bowen and Mrs. Mary Katherine White, both of Osceola, Ark. and two step-grandchildren. The family requests that memorial donations be made to the American Cancer Society.

Frazier, Alice Creta (Gahn) 12 Oct 1895 - 17 Jun 1990 OH 21 Jun 1990

[Note: Daughter of Lorenza Price & Martha Jane (Merritt) Ghan; married  31 Oct 1915 Willard Efton Frazier 26 Oct 1895 - 5 May 1957]

Alice C. Frazier, 94, Clever, died Sunday, June 17, 1990 in Primrose Place, Springfield. She was born in Clever on Oct. 12, 1895 to Lorenza and Martha Price. She was a longtime member of the First Baptist Church, Nixa. She was preceded in death by her husband, Willard; a son, Wayne; and a grandson, Mark Baber. She is survived by a son, J.L. Frazier, and his wife, Kathleen, Clever; daughters, Mary Lou Baber, and her husband, Jerry, Springfield, and Martha A. Frazier, Springfield; six grandchildren, six great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews; and a host of friends. Services were Tuesday in Harris Colonial Chapel, Nixa, with the Rev. Kenneth Bandy officiating. Burial was in Delaware Cemetery. Rogersville.

Frazier,  Clemma M. (Mallonee) 1 Feb 1887 - 20 Apr 1970

[Note: Daughter of Thomas w. & Nancy E. (Morrison) Mallonee; married William Shackford Frazier 7 Jan 1884 - 14 Aug 1965]

Mrs. Clemma Mallonee Frazier, 83, of Clever, died at 9:45 p.m. Monday in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield, after a long illness.  She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Audie Lehman, Mrs. Lindall Arndt and Mrs. Murial Ghan, all of Clever; two sons, Floyd and Earl, both of Clever; seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.  Services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in Clever Methodist Church with the Rev. Wayne Jones officiating.  Burial will be in Frazier Chapel Cemetery under the direction of Cantrell of Clever.

Note: This clipping from the collection of Lula (Rogers) Gardner is not dated.

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Frazier, Clemma M. (Mallonee) 1 Feb 1887 - 20 Apr 1970  CCR 26 Apr 1970 p8

Mrs. Clemma Mallonee Frazier, 83, of Clever, died at 9:45 p.m. Monday in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield, after a long illness. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Audie Lehman, Mrs. Lindall Arndy, and Mrs. Murial Gann, all of Clever; two sons, Floyd Frazier and Earl Frazier, all of Clever; two sisters, Mrs. Reba Stutsman, Ozark, Mrs. Flossie Brown, Highlandville; and 13 grandchildren.

Frazier, Clyde A. 27 May 1897 - 21 Jan 1988

[Note: Son of  William Thomas "Pete" & Frances Anna Jane (Johnson) Frazier;

married Adah L. Daugherty 12 Jun 1897 - 9 Sep 1976; married Freda Nancy Stone 14 Jan 1909 - 16 Jul 1992  m/1 Smith]

Clyde A. Frazier, 90, Nixa, died at 3:01 a.m. Thursday in Springfield Community Hospital. A retired farmer and lifelong resident of the Ozark and Nixa communities, he was a member of Cassidy United Methodist Church, near Ozark, and had served as Christian County Assessor for one 4-year term. Survivors include his wife, Freda; a daughter, Rachel McCoy, Nixa; two sons, Okla W. Frazier, Rogersville, and Larry L. Frazier, Joplin; a stepson, Don H. Smith, Nixa; seven grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Radiee Faught, Springfield, and Floe M. Bowers, Rialto, Calif. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in Harris Chapel, Ozark, with the Rev. Howard Blevins and Joseph M. Fahl officiating. Burial will be in Frazier Cemetery, Clever. Visitation will be from 7 to 8 p.m. today in the funeral home.

(The death date was January 21, 1988 and burial date Jan 23, 1988; no dates were included). Contributed by Gail Hayden Moore.

Frazier, David Edward 21 Jul 1934 – 8 Jan 2000  CCH-N 12 Jan 2000

[Note: Son of C. Curtice & LaVern (  ) Frazier; married 19 Mar 1960 Wilma L. Eddings]

David E. Frazier, age 65, of Springfield, died Saturday, January 8, 2000 in Cox Medical Center South, Springfield. He was born July 21, 1934 in Springfield, the son of C. Curtice and LaVern Frazier. He graduated from the University of Missouri, Rolla as a Civil Engineer. On March 19, 1960 he and Wilma L. Eddings were married. He was a Registered Civil Engineer for Scott Consulting Engineers. He was a member of the Missouri Society of Professional Engineers, Ozark Chapter MSPE/PEPP, Missouri Pilots Association, and Ozark Yacht Club. Mr. Frazier was a member of Central Christian Church in Springfield. Survivors include: his wife, Wilma; three children and their spouses, David L. and Carla Frazier, Springfield, Mark and Shelley Frazier, Battlefield, and Gwen and Jon Thomas, Lake Charles, Louisiana; four grandchildren, Ian Frazier, Sydney and Brooke Frazier, and Andrew Thomas; a brother Larry Frazier and his wife Glenna, Hollister; nieces and nephews. Funeral services were 11 a.m. Tuesday, January 11, in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa, with Rev. Larry Snow officiating. Burial was in Frazier Cemetery, Boaz. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association or Central Christian Church.

Frazier, David Solomon, Rev. 18 Jun 1880 - 23 Dec 1977 OH 29 Dec 1977 p5

[Note: Son of  Elisha Edmond & Margaret Jane (Sharp) Frazier; married  2 Oct 1904 Jessie B. Williams 4 Apr 1884 - 24 Jul 1976]

The Rev. David S. Frazier, 97, died after a long illness at 7:50 p.m. Friday in Maranatha Manor, where he’d been the past four years. A native of the Boaz community east of Clever, Rev. Frazier was ordained a minister in the Methodist faith in 1918. He pastored churches in Ponce de Leon, Hurley, Galena, Clever, Lebanon, Aurora and other Ozarks communities. He also taught elementary school for about 12 years in Christian County and was a member and former past master of the Billings Masonic Lodge. Survivors include three sons, Arthur of Hot Springs, Ark., Curtice, Route 1, Clever and Gilbert of Ash Grove, two daughters, Mrs. Blanche Crowley, Route 1, Clever and Mrs. Louise Morris, Baltimore, Md.; and 12 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren and one great, great grandchild. Services were announced by Harris of Nixa.

Frazier, Dora Alexander (Young) 21 Sep 1874 - 25 Mar 1939 CCR 30 Mar 1939 p1

[Note: Daughter of Archibald Alexander & Mary S. (Chaffin) Young; married 9 Jul 1893 CCM James Sharp Frazier Apr 1874 - 1949]

Dora A. Frazier was born near Nixa, MO, September 21, 1874, and departed this life March 25, 1939, at the age of 64 years, six months and four days. She was married to James S. Frazier July 9, 1893. To this union were born seven children, three boys and four girls: Erskine of Springfield, David of Ash Grove, John of Missouri City, Mrs. L.L. Boyer of Clever, Mrs. Clarence Richter of Springfield, Mrs. E.L. Stowe of Upland, CA, and Wilda, who preceded her in death. She was converted and united with the Methodist church early in life and remained a faithful member until death. She was a loving mother, a faithful companion and a kind neighbor and will be sadly missed by all who knew her. Besides the husband and children, she is survived by seven grandchildren and a brother, J.B. Young of Clever, other relatives and a host of friends. Funeral services were held at 2:30 pm Sunday at the Frazier Chapel, conducted by Rev. C.S. Harpe of Conway, MO, with burial at the Frazier cemetery under the direction of the Wilburn Maples Funeral Home of Clever.

Frazier, Dorothy E. “Dot“ (Whittington) 20 Jan 1918 - 29 Nov 2001

[Note: Daughter of Jesse Frank & Ella Edith (Doran) Whittington; married 2 Sep 1939 Okla W. Frazier]

Dorothy E. “Dot” Frazier, 83, went to be with her heavenly father at 11:30 p.m. Thursday, November 29, 2001, in Ozark Riverview Manor. Dot was born January 20, 1918 in Nixa, the daughter of Frank and Ella Whittington. She was united in marriage to Okla W. Frazier on Sept. 2, 1939. She was a homemaker and a member of Harmony Baptist Church. Her parents; two sisters, Jeanette McCauly and Peggy Whittington; and one brother, Jean Whittington, preceded her in death. She is survived by her husband of 62 years, Okla; one son, Frank and his wife, Nancy of Jacksonville, Fla.; one daughter, Kathie Hedgpeth and her husband, David of Rogersville; five grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday, December 2, 2001, in Harmony Baptist Church, Rogersville, with the Rev. Larry Neil officiating. Burial will follow in Hopedale Cemetery under the direction of Ayre-Goodwin-Lee Funeral Home at Rivermonte. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. today in the funeral home. Springfield News-Leader, December 1, 2001.

 

Frazier, Earl Thomas 21 Dec 1915 - 31 Mar 2006 SN-L 1 Apr 2006

[Note: Son of William Shack ford “Shack“ & Clemma (Mallonee) Frazier; married 2 May 1942 Glenna McConnell]

Earl Thomas Frazier, 90, passed away March 31, 2006, in Nixa, Mo. He was born December 21, 1915, in Boaz, Mo., to William Shackleford and Clemma (Mallonee) Frazier. He graduated from Clever High School in 1934. On May 2, 1942, he and Glenna McConnell were married. They had two children and would spend most of their lives in the Boaz community before moving to Nixa in 2003. Earl was happiest working on his farm and riding horses. He spent many happy hours riding his horse with friends and neighbors. Earl worked as a rural postal carrier for five years before taking a job for Kraft Foods which lasted 25 and 1/2 years. After retiring from that position, he drove a school bus for the Clever school system for another five years, enjoying yet another career. Many friends crossed his path as he made these changes. Earl is an active member of the Nixa Church of Christ spending much of their lives with the members there. Preceding him in death in addition to his parents were four sisters: Thelma Frazier, Audie Lehman, Lindall Arndt, Muriel Ghan; and a brother, Floyd. He is survived by his wife of 64 years, Glenna; two children, Judy Compton of Springfield, and Michael Frazier and wife, Diane, of Dover, Arkansas. Other survivors are son-in-law, J.C. Compton of Springfield; grandchildren, Andrea Brady and husband, Michael, Springfield, Chris Frazier and wife, Lisa, of Cadiz, Ky., and Lori Taulbee and husband, Sam, of Paducah, Ky. Also surviving are two great grandchildren, Lauren and Derek of Cadiz; two step grandchildren, David and Dan Fisher; and one step great-grandchild, Cassie Brady. Visitation will be held at Meadors Funeral Home, Clever, today, April 1, from 6 to 8 p.m. Funeral service will be held Sunday, April 2 at 2 p.m. in Meadors Funeral Home, Clever. Burial will take place following the service at Frazier Cemetery. Dad taught us a love of the outdoors, and an appreciation of nature and home. He instilled in us a genuine work ethic, honesty and integrity. We are thankful for his wonderful example of what it means to be a caring father.

 

Frazier, Eldon W. 19 Jan 1922 - 7 Nov 1977 OH 1 Dec 1977 p14

[Note: Son of William F. & Ruth E. (Mapes) Frazier]

We would like to thank each one for their prayers, food, flowers and each kindness extended to us during the illness and death of our loved one. The Eldon Frazier Family.

 

Frazier, Elisha Edward 29 Jun 1848 - 5 Jun 1928 CCR 14 Jun 1928 p1

[Note: Son of  Lorenza Lowe & Hannah (Bryant) Frazier; married 29 Jun 1865 Margaret Jane Sharp 23 Dec 1846 - 21 Jan 1924]

E. E. Frazier Dies Suddenly

Prominent Christian County Man Passes Away While Visiting in Aurora

Elisha E. Frazier was born in McMinn County, Tennessee, June 29, 1848. He came to what is now Christian county, Missouri, with his parents when a child and has lived in this immediate neighborhood almost all of his life. He was married to Margaret Jane Sharp on July 20, 1865. They lived together as husband and wife, 58 ½ years until the wife’s death, January 29, 1924. To this union twelve children were born - six girls and six boys - three of whom died in childhood, and two sons died after reaching manhood, Joseph L. in 1900 and Chas. E. in 1922. Two sons and five daughters survive. They are J. S. Frazier of Springfield, Mo.; D. S. Frazier of Aurora; Mrs. V. L. Dunham of Nixa, Mo., Mrs. A. J. Holder, Mrs. J. F. Faris and Mrs. S. C. Cobb of Clever, Mo., and Mrs. H. B. Peebles of Republic, Mo. There are also 42 surviving grandchildren and 36 surviving great grandchildren. Mr. Frazier was always a leading spirit in community enterprises - have the confidence and respect of his neighbors, holding many places of responsibility and trust. He was for four years presiding judge of the county court in this county. He has been a member of the A. F. & A. M. for about forty-seven years - first of Finley Lodge at Ozark, then of Clever Lodge of which he was a charter member. He was converted and joined the M. E. church at Lorenza Chapel in 1866 and remained a faithful member of this church until his death, which came at 9:00 p.m., June 5, 1928, at the home of his son at Aurora, Missouri. His mind remained clear and his faith in Christ as a Savior strong until the end. Of him, it can truthfully be said, the children have lost a kind, faithful and loving father, and the community has lost a kind neighbor and a useful citizen. Funeral services were held at Lorenza Chapel, Rev, Hopkins pastor of the M. E. church, preached the sermon. The burial service was conducted by the A. F. & A. M. members of Clever lodge, Finley Lodge and the Lodge at Aurora, participating in the service. The interment was in charge of Wilbur Maples burial director.

 

Frazier, Elisha Kenneth 10 Jan 1902 - 28 Jun 1929 CCR 4 Jul 1929

[Note: Son of  Charles E. & Dilla L. (Faris) Frazier]

Elisha Kenneth Frazier was born at Boaz, Missouri, January 10th, 1902 and departed this life June 28th, 1929, aged 27 years, 5 months and 18 days. He grew to manhood in the vicinity of Boaz. He was highly esteemed by all who knew him, and was a promising young man, active in the social life of the community and rendered a great service to the Sunday school and church with his musical talent and also in many other ways. Several years ago, he was stricken with T. B. and in spite of his own efforts and all humane skill, it was the design of the all-wise Creator to call him home to his reward. His father and one sister preceded him in death. He leaves to mourn his departure his mother of Bridgeport, Okla. and four brothers, Ray and Roe of California, Loren and Claud of Kansas city, and a host of other relatives and friends. Not now, but in the coming years, It may be in a better land, be we will read the meaning of our tears and there sometime, we will understand. Then, trust in God, through all the days. Fear not for he doth hold thy hand. Though dark thy way, still sing and praise. Some time, some time, we will understand. Funeral services were held Sunday at 1 p.m. at the M. E. church with Rev. Wolff officiating. Burial was made in the Lorenzo Chapel under the direction of the Wilburn Maples Funeral Home of Clever.

 

Frazier, Erskine Nov 1895 - 27 May 1961 CCR 1 Jun 1961 p1

[Note: Son of James Sharp & Dora Alexander (Young) Frazier; married Gladys]

Funeral services for Erskine Frazier, 65, who died suddenly at his home in Wichita Sunday, were at 2 p.m. Thursday in the De Bors-Gard Funeral Chapel in Wichita, with burial in the Wichita cemetery. He grew up at Clever and lived for a number of years at Springfield. He is survived by his wife, Gladys of the home; two sons, Erskine, Jr. of Hutchison, Kan. and James of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Virginia Hamilton of Houston, Texas and Miss Marjorie Frazier of the home; three sisters, Mrs. Pearl Boyer of Clever, Mrs. Nell Richter of Springfield and Mrs. Mary Campbell of De Soto, Kan.; two brothers, Dave of Ash Grove, Route 2 and John of Parsons, Kan.

 

Frazier, Frances Annie Jane (Johnson) 10 Jun 1875 - 18 Nov 1952

[Note: Daughter of William Kimbrough “Kim” & Nancy Jane (Matthews) Johnson; married 7 Feb 1892 William Thomas {Pete” Frazier 30 Sep 1871 - 22 Oct 1969]

Mrs. Frances Annie Frazier, 77, Clever, died at 12:15 a.m. today in her home after suffering a heart attack.  Mrs. Frazier was a member of the Clever Baptist Church and was a lifelong resident of Christian County, living both in Clever and Nixa.  She leaves her husband, William T. (Pete) Frazier; one son, Clyde A., Route 2, Ozark; three daughters, Mrs. Hettie Hayden, Nixa, Mrs. Raidee Faught, 2117 College, and Mrs. Roy L. Bowers, Sedalia; two sisters, Mrs. J. R. Swadley of Clever and Mrs. Eugene Wampler, Springfield; 14 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.  Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Clever Baptist Church with the Rev. William Fox and the Rev. Everett Bryant officiating.  Burial will be in Frazier Cemetery under the direction of Harris of Clever.

Note: This clipping from the collection of Lula (Rogers) Gardner is not dated.

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Frazier, Frances Anna Jane (Johnson) 10 Jun 1875 - 18 Nov 1952 CCR 20 Nov 1952 p8

Mrs. Frances Annie Frazier, 77, of Clever died at 12:15 a.m. Tuesday on her home after suffering a heart attack. Mrs. Frazier was a member of the Clever Baptist Church was a member of the Clever Baptist Church and was a lifelong resident of Christian County living both in Clever and Nixa. She leaver her husband, William T. “Pete” Frazier; one son, Clyde A., route 2, Ozark; three daughters, Mrs. Hettie Hayden, Nixa; Mrs. Raidee Faught, Springfield and Mrs. Roy L. Bowers, Sedalia; two sisters, Mrs. J. R. Swadley of Clever, Mrs. Eugene Wampler, Springfield; 14 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Clever Baptist Church with the Rev. William Fox and the Rev. Everett Bryant officiating under the direction of Harris of Clever.

 

Frazier, Frank John 31 Oct 1950 - 28 Aug 1999  CCH-N 1 Sep 1999

[Note: Son of Charley W. & Hazel (Roller) Frazier; married 18 Dec 1971 Arlene Ann Downs]

Frank John Frazier, age 48, of Nixa, died Saturday, August 28, 1999 near Highlandville from injuries sustained in a motorcycle-truck accident. He was born October 31, 1950 in St. Louis, Missouri, and was the son of Charley W. and Hazel (Roller) Frazier. His parents preceded him in death. He served his country in the U.S. Navy, and on December 18, 1971 he and Arlene Ann Downs were married. Mr. Frazier was a General Contractor. He was a member of First Baptist Church of Nixa. Survivors include: his wife, Arlene; a son, Ryan, of the home; two sister, Joan Schildknecht and her husband Bill, St. Peters; and Lynn Whitaker and her husband Bob, Westcliffe, Colorado; two aunts, Muriel Smith, Springdale. Arkansas, and Evelyn Foster and her husband Bob, Neosho; and an uncle, Austin Roller and his wife Jane, San Luis Obispo, California. A memorial service was at 11 a.m. Tuesday, August 31, in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa, with Dr. Richard Eakins officiating, visitation followed. Cremation preceded the service at Frank's request.

 

Frazier, Freda Nancy (Stone) Smith 14 Jan 1909 - 22 Jul 1992

[Note: Daughter of Charley & Martha (  ) Stone; married ? Smith; married Clyde A. Frazier 27 May 1897 - 21 Jan 1988]

Freda Nancy Frazier, 83, Nixa, died at 9:10 a.m. Thursday in Ozark Nursing and Care Center, Ozark. She was born Jan. 14, 1909, in Marshfield to Charley and Martha Stone.  She had been a resident of Nixa since 1946 and was active in Nixa Senior Citizens.  Survivors include a son, Donald H. Smith, Nixa; two grandchildren, John Smith, Nixa, and Lucia Cann, Springfield; and four sisters, Eva McElwain, Nixa, Bell Ince, Springfield, Eula Griffin, San Antonio, Texas, and Delores Smith, Stowell, Texas.  Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in Harris Colonial Chapel, 205 N. Main Street, Nixa, with the Rev. Kenneth Bandy officiating.  Burial will be in McConnell Cemetery.  Friends may call at their convenience in the funeral home.

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Frazier,  Freda Nancy (Stone) Smith 14 Feb 1909 - 16 Jul 1992   NN-E 22 Jul 1992

Freda Nancy Frazier, 83, Nixa, died July 16 in Ozark Nursing and Care Center.  She was a resident of Nixa since 1946 and was active in the Nixa Senior Citizens. She is survived by her son, Donald Smith; two grandchildren, John Smith and Lucia Cann; four sisters, Delores Smith, Eula Griffin, Bell Ince and Eva McElwain.  Services were held Saturday, July 18 in Harris Colonial Chapel with the Rev. Kenneth Bandy officiating. Burial was in McConnell Cemetery. Music was provided by Hattie Carter and Marjorie Bandy.

Frazier, James David “Dave” 6 May 1901 - Apr 1978 OH 20 Apr 1978 p16

[Note: Son of James Sharp & Dora  Alexander (Young) Frazier; married Velma - wife‘s name from niece different than spelling in obit]

ASH GROVE - Dave Frazier, 76, Ash Grove, died at 1:20 a.m. Wednesday in Cox Medical Cemetery, Springfield where he had been a patient for the past two weeks. Mr. Frazier was a retired farmer and stockman, He was a member of the Ash Grove United Congregation Church, Ash Grove Masonic Lodge 100, A. F. and A. M. and the Order of the Eastern Star, No., 169. Survivors include his wife, Velina, a son, Bennie, Lebanon; a brother, Joe B., Clever; three sisters, Mrs. Pearl Boyer, Clever, Mrs. Nell Richter, Springfield, and Mrs. Mary Campbell, Nevada and three grandchildren, Services were at 2 p.m., Friday in Burch Chapel with Rev. Lon Killingsworth officiating. Masonic Rites by Ash Grove Lodge 100 will follow services. Burial was in Johns Chapel Cemetery.

 

Frazier, Jessie B. (Williams) 4 Apr 1884 - 24 Jul 1976  OH 29 Jul 1976 p14

[Note: Daughter of  John Jefferson & Alice A. (Lewis) Williams; married 12 Oct 1904 Rev.  David Solomon Frazier 18 Jun 1880 - 23 Dec 1977]

REPUBLIC - Mrs. Jessie B. Frazier, 92, Republic, died at 4:30 a.m. Saturday in Maranatha Manor in Springfield after a short illness. A native of Aurora, she had lived in the Clever and Republic communities most of her life. She was a member of United Methodist Church of Billings and the Eastern Star chapter in Billings. Survivors include her husband, the Rev. D. S. Frazier of Maranatha Manor; three sons, Arthur, Hot Springs, Ark., Curtice, Route 1, Clever, and Gilbert of Ash Grove; two daughters, Mrs. Blanche Crowley, Route 1, Clever and Mrs. Louise Morris, Baltimore, Md., 12 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren and a great great grandchild; and two brothers, Irving and Curtice Williams, both of Springfield. Services were at 1 p.m. Monday in Harris Chapel, Nixa with the Rev. John Roeder officiating, Burial was in Frazier Cemetery.

 

Frazier, Joe C. 7 Nov 1924 - 31 Jan 1972  OH 24 Feb 1972 p8

[Note: Son of Lee A. & Nannie (Rogers) Frazier; married Kitty]

Military funeral services for Joe C. Frazier, a former Christian County resident who died January 31, 1972 in a West Los Angeles Veterans Hospital, were held February 4 in Burbank, Calif. Burial was in Veterans Administration Cemetery in Los Angeles, California. Survivors include his wife, Kitty; a step-son, Tom; three sisters, Mrs. Helen Page, Nixa, Mrs. Marjorie Maxwell of La Mirada, California and Mrs. Sheila Kotting of Fullerton, California.

 

Frazier, John W. 29 Apr 1903 - 15 Apr 1982 OH 22 Apr 1982 p11

[Note: Son of James Sharp & Dora Alexander (Young) Frazier; married Margaret S. Clark 16 Feb 1905 - 16 May 1999]

Graveside services for John W. Frazier, 78, were held April 21 in Frazier cemetery near Boaz, with the Rev. Joseph M. Fahl officiating. Burial was under the direction of Harris Funeral Home of Nixa. Mr. Frazier died April 15 in his home following a short illness. Mr. Frazier resided most of his life in Boaz, east of Clever. He was a member of the Methodist Church, the Republic Masonic Lodge and was a retired road construction worker. Survivors include his wife, Margaret; four granddaughter; two great-grandchildren; and three sisters, Mrs. Pearl Boyer, of the home, Mrs. Nell Richter, Springfield and Mrs. Mary Campbell, Nevada.

Frazier, LaVern (Davis) 11 Aug 1914 - 27 Jul 1985 OH 1 Aug 1985 p5

[Note: Daughter of ? & Emma L. ( ) Davis; married Curtice Frazier 12 Jul 1910 - 19 Oct 1987]

Services for LaVern Frazier, 71, Clever, were held July 30 in Harris Chapel, Nixa, with the Rev. Randal C. DeMasters officiating. Burial was in Frazier Cemetery near Clever. Mrs. Frazier died July 27 in her home after suffering an apparent heart attack. A homemaker and native of Caruthersville, she was a former resident of Springfield and West Plains, She moved from West Plains to Clever in 1968. A member of West Plains United Methodist Church, she was a member and past worthy matron of Order of the Eastern Star in West Plains.. Survivors include her husband, Curtice; two sons, David, Springfield, and Larry, Branson; and five grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association.

Frazier, Lee A. 1 Nov 1899 - 29 Sep 1935 CCR 3 Oct 1935 p3

[Note: Son of Joseph Lorenzo & Mary J. (Maples) Frazier; married 4 Jul 1919 Blanche McConnell; married 15 Aug 1929 Nannie Rogers]

Lee Frazier, son of Joseph and Mary Frazier, was born Nov. 1, 1899, and departed this life Sept. 29, 1935, age 35 years, 10 months, and 27 days. He was married to Blanche McConnell, July 3, 1919. to this union four children were born: Shella, Helen, Marjorie and Joe Frazier. He was united in marriage to Nannie Rogers Aug. 15, 1929. He was converted in August 1915 and united with the Baptist church. For a time Lee neglected his Christian duty but before his going he came back to God, confessing his sins and reconsecrating himself to God. He left a final testimony that he was ready to go, as he told his loved ones goodbye. He leaves to mourn his going his widow and four children, two sisters, Mrs. Lillie Hicks of Clever and Mrs. Sarah Carlton of Edna, Kan., other relatives and a host of friends. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday in the Mt. Sinai Baptist church, conducted by Rev. Lynn Swadley with burial in the Frazier Chapel under the direction of Wilburn Maples Funeral Home of Clever, Mo.

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Frazier, Lee A. 1 Nov 1899 - 29 Sep 1935

Funeral services for Lee Frazier, 36, who died at 6 o’clock yesterday afternoon in his home near Boaz, will be at the Mount Sinai Baptist Church at 2 o’clock this afternoon with the Rev. Lynn Swadley, pastor, officiating.  Burial will be in the Frazier Cemetery under direction of Wilburn Maples of Clever.  Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Nannie Frazier; three daughters, Sheila, Helen and Margery; one son, Joseph, all of the home; and two sisters, Mrs. Lillie Hicks, Clever, and Mrs. Sarah Carlton, of Edna, Kan.

Note: This clipping from the collection of Lula (Rogers) Gardner is not dated.

 

Frazier, Leslie Dwight 1887 - Aug 1976 OH 2 Sep 1976 p6

ROGERSVILLE - Services for Leslie Dwight Frazier, 89, Route 3, Rogersville, was at 2 p.m. Friday in the Christian Church in Pearl’s Green Pond Cemetery under the direction of Greenlawn Funeral Home. Mr. Frazier died at 8:55 p.m. Monday in Cox Medical Center after a long illness. He was a retired station agent and telegraph operator for the GM&O Railroad. He is survived by a sister, Miss H. Pearl Frazier, Rogersville, with whom he made his home; eight sons, Donald of Raytown, Arthur of Peoria, Ill., Glen, address unknown, Thomas of San Francisco, Richard of Kokomo, Ind., Charles of Indianapolis and Robert and William, both of Hemet, Calif., and two daughters, Mrs. Pauline Schaffer, Quincy, Ill and Mrs. Wanda Robinson, Eureka, Ill.

Frazier Margaret Jane (Sharp) 23 Dec 1846 - 21 Jan 1924 CCR 1 Feb 1924 p1

[Note: Daughter of Joseph D. & Mary M. (Howard) Sharp; married 20 Jul 1865 Elisha Edmund Frazier 29 Jun 1848 - 5 Jun 1928]

Card of Thanks

We desire to extend to our many friends our sincere thanks for their many kindnesses and sympathy during the last illness and death of our beloved wife and mother.  E. E. Frazier and Children

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Frazier, Margaret Jane (Sharp) 23 Dec 1846 - 21 Jan 1924 CCR 1 Feb 1924 p1

Margaret Jane (Sharp) Frazier was born on the site of the Wilson Creek Battle ground, near Springfield, Mo. December 23, 1846 and departed this life January 26, 1924 at the age of 77 years, 1 month and 3 days. She was married to Elisha Edmund Frazier on July 20, 1865. To this union were born six sons and six daughters. Five of her children have preceded her into the great beyond. They are: Joseph L., Charles E. Sarah Victoria, Martin Eli and an infant son. She is survived by her husband, five daughters, Mrs. Mary Dunham of Nixa, Mo.; Mrs. Susan Holder, Mrs. Nannie Farris, Mrs. Phebe Cobb of Clever Mo.; Mrs. Lydia Peebles of Republic; and two sons, James S. of Clever and Rev. D. S. of Greenfield, Mo.; also 42 grandchildren, 24 great grandchildren as well as a host of other relatives and friends who mourn their loss. She was converted in September 1865 at which time she and her husband united with the Methodist Episcopal Church of which they have remained faithful members to the day of her death. She was a faithful wife, a loving mother, a good neighbor and loved by those who knew her. Mother has gone to be with those who have gone before where we shall soon go, as we hope to make an unbroken family around the great white throne.

Frazier, Martyan Elizabeth (McCroskey) 19 Dec 1851 - 31 May 1935 CCR 13 Jun 1935 p4

[Note: Daughter of William Barton & Susan J. (Wood) McCroskey; married 16 Jan 1870 CCM Samuel L. Frazier 16 Oct 1850 - 17 Feb 1901]

Miss Elizabeth McCroskey was born in Tennessee Dec. 19, 1851 and passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W.S. Peebles, May 31, 1935, age 83 years, 5 months and 12 days. She was married to Sam Frazier. To this union 12 children were born, 4 having preceded her in death, her husband died Feb. 17, 1901. She was married to Rev. L.P. Crank in 1909. Mrs. Crank came to Missouri with her parents at the age of 8 years. She grew to womanhood, married and settled down in the Boaz community. Later she moved to Clever, MO. She was converted early in life and was always ready to testify for her Lord and ready to do all she could for those who needed her help. She is survived by 3 daughters and 5 sons; Mrs. Lou Peebles, Mrs. M.A. Mynatt of Detroit and Mrs. Mollie Rhodes of Mt. Vernon; T.C. Frazier of Grey Bull, WY, Marten Frazier of South Bend, WA, Eli Frazier of Raymond, WA, Lem Frazier of Springfield and Perry Frazier of Clever, MO. 24 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 o’clock Sunday in the M.E. Church at Clever, conducted by Rev. B.V. Wulff of Mt. Vernon, assisted by Rev. Gordon Lokey of Springfield, with burial in the Frazier chapel under the direction of Wilburn Maples Funeral Home of Clever, MO.

Frazier, Mayfred M (Maples) Baker 17 Mar 1916 - 8 Oct 2001

[Note: Daughter of Mose & Ollie (Davis) Maples; married ? Baker; married 1 May 1932 Floyd W. Frazier]

Mayfred M. Frazier, 85, Clever, died at 4:55 p.m. Monday, October 8, 2001, in her home. She was born March 17, 1916 in Nixa, the daughter of Mose and Ollie Maples. Mayfred worked at Newberrys for many years, then at Little Folks Fashions, both in Springfield. She was united in marriage to Floyd Frazier on May 1, 1932. He preceded her in death on August 11, 2000. Others preceding her in death were her parents; and a brother, Victor Maples. She is survived by a son, Roger Frazier and wife, Debbie of Clinton; a daughter, JoEtta Davis of Clever; grandchildren, Terry Snowden, Becky McMahon, Brian Frazier, and Wayne Thebeau; a great-grand daughter, Rachel McMahon; two brothers, Wayne Maples of Nixa and James Maples of Billings; and six step-grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday, October 11, 2001, in Meadors Funeral Homes, Clever, with Rev. Larry Stevens officiating. Burial will be in Frazier Cemetery, Boaz. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today in the funeral home. The chapel will be open at noon today for friends to call. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association. Springfield News-Leader, Oct 10, 2001.

 

Frazier, Melton C. “Bill” 19 Feb 1906 - 14 Mar 1977 OH 17 Mar 1977 p6

BILLINGS - Services for Melton C. “Bill” Frazier, 71, Billings were at 3 p.m. Wednesday in Meadors Chapel, Republic, with the Rev. Alan Schmitt officiating. Burial was in Kerr cemetery north of here. Mr. Frazier, a retired farmer and electrician, died at 6 a.m. Monday in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield, after a long illness. Masonic rites will be conducted at the funeral home.

 

Frazier, Okla W. 4 Jan 1918 - 14 Jun 2009 SN-L 15 Jun 2009

[Note: Son of Clyde & Ada ( ) Frazier, married 2 Sep 1940 Dorothy “Dot” Whittington 20 Jan 1918 - 29 Nov 2001]

Okla W. Frazier, 91, Rogersville passed away at 4:50 a.m. Sunday, June 14, 2009, in Primrose Place Healthcare Center, Springfield. He was born January 4, 1918, in Ozark, Missouri, the son of the late Clyde and Ada Frazier. He was united in marriage on September 2, 1940, in Ozark, Missouri, to Dorothy "Dot” Whittington. She preceded him in death in 2001. Okla was a farmer and worked in the warehouse at Lilly Tulip for over 23 years. He was a member, for over 60 years, of Harmony Baptist Church, near Rogersville. He enjoyed gardening and was famous for his tomatoes and was always sharing his harvest with church members and family. He is survived by a son, Frank Frazier and his wife, Nancy, Jacksonville, Fla.; a daughter, Kathie Hedgpeth and her husband, David, Rogersville, Mo.; a sister, Rachel McCoy, Nixa; a brother, Larry Frazier and his wife, Francis, Joplin; five grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; and many other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, June 17, 2009, in J.D. Lee and Sons Funeral Home, Rogersville. Burial will follow in Hopedale Cemetery, Ozark. Visitation will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, June 16, 2009, in the funeral home. The family has requested memorial donations to the Harmony Baptist Church Building Fund, 5105 S. State Highway 125, Rogersville, MO 65742. Online condolences and guest book signing may also be made at www.jdleeandsons.com.

 

Frazier, Perry William 7 Sep 1884 - 6 Mar 1960   CCR 10 Mar 1960 p6

[Note:  Son of  Samuel L. & Martyan  Elizabeth (McCroskey) Frazier; married Effie Meacheam]

Funeral services for Perry William Frazier, 74, who died March 6 at the State Hospital at Mount Vernon were held March 9 at 2 p.m. in the Mt. Sinai Baptist church, with Rev. D. S. Frazier officiating. Burial was in Frazier Cemetery under direction of the Harris Funeral Home of Clever.  Survivors include two brothers, L. P. Frazier of Springfield and Martin Frazier of  South Bend, Wash; and several nieces and nephews.

 

Frazier, Roger Lee 6 Oct 1944 - 22 Dec 2005 SN-L 25 Dec 2005

[Note: Son of Floyd W. & Mayfred M. (Maples) Frazier]

Roger Lee Frazier, the son of Floyd W. and Mayfred (Maples) Frazier was born October 6, 1944, in Springfield, Mo. He departed this life December 22, 2005, at the age of 61 years. Roger was raised in Clever, Mo., where he was a dairy farmer, and then he bought his own business of farm equipment sales. Later, he moved to Clinton, Mo., where he worked at Golden Valley Ford Tractor for 18 years. In 2002, he moved to Greenfield and Miller area to be near family. Roger's parents preceded him in death. He is survived by a daughter, Becky Lundy and husband, John, Greenfield; a son, Brian Frazier and wife, Kim, Miller; a stepson, Wayne Thebeau, St. Louis, Mo.; a sister, Jo Etta Davis, Clever; a niece, Terry Snowden and husband, Kenny, Clever; seven grandchildren, Rachel McMahon, Megan Lundy, Kayla Jones, Faith Halbert, Brian Keith Frazier, Brandon Thebeau, Nicholas Thebeau; a great-niece, Dawn Snowden; and a great- nephew, Dusty Snowden. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, December 27, 2005, in Meadors Funeral Home, Clever. His final resting place will be in Frazier Cemetery, Boaz. Visitation will be 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, in the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.

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