Frances L. Frazier

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Frances Frazier

On the evening of May 7th, 2020 our world stopped for a moment to allow the most precious soul to depart. Frances L. Frazier was that precious soul. Born and raised in Washington.

Our beloved Mother, Mother in law, Grandmother, Great Grandmother a.k.a. G.G., sister, aunt and friend to so many. She leaves behind a legacy of Love. Frances passed quietly and peacefully in her sleep. All her adult children, their spouses, grandchildren and great grandchildren were there loving and supporting her to the very end at the age of 83. She was loved!

She was kind, loving, gracious, dignified, polite. She had a wonderful sense of humor and laughter we all enjoyed. She was our family historian and story teller. She could remember everything. She loved everyone and everyone loved her. Yet each relationship she had was so special and unique and treasured as if it was the most important one.

Fran will forever be remembered for a million special ways she touched our lives through her many loves and talents. We learned gardening, sewing, knitting, crocheting, crafting, writing letters, playing games, teaching us tricks. Walking through the broom, hide the thimble, rock school, telling jokes. She loved to read to each generation story books and sing songs teaching us rhymes. So much laughter! There was always room at her table for one more or 10 more. No one will forget her Apple Pie it was perfect and cowboy cookies.

She taught us about love, by loving us. She sang us songs and hugged us; each of us is left with precious memories of our very own.

John & Frances

Fran went to be with the love of her life John. They had been apart for almost 10 years. Mom is now with Dad, Sister Norma and so many she loved who had gone before her. Mom’s nephew Dan passed the same evening as Mom and most likely Mom took Dan by the hand and walked him into Heaven with her.

Fran was a pure delight to know. She will be missed and loved always!

She is survived by: her 4 adult children and their spouses, 8 grandchildren, 10 ½ great grandchildren, 2 brothers and their wives, 2 sisters. Many nieces and nephew and great nieces and nephews as well as so many wonderful friends.

If you would like to make a donation to a charity in Frances name:

The Goodtime Project

St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital

Children’s Hospital in Seattle

32 Responses to “Frances L. Frazier”

  • Cheryl Seek says:

    Love you FOREVER…miss you ALWAYS. C♥️

  • Pam Haubrich says:

    Fran Honey, you will be deeply missed! ❤️
    Love you always

  • Patricia Johnson says:

    Will miss her smile and wisdom. She had more love for people, family and friends. That will walk with all of us forever. Thank you Cheryl for bringing her into our life.

  • Mary & Gary McGahey says:

    We missed the opportunity to get to know you better, but we know we see your gentle and loving spirit in your daughter and granddaughter. ThAT is a precious legacy that anyone would be proud to be blessed with.
    We know you were cherished and loved while you walked this earth and will always be thought of and missed by those you left behind.
    We know you are in Heaven with your loving husband and others that have left this world.
    But we know that you will wait for your family and friends to join you and in the meantime you will watch over them and smile as they go about their lives.
    Rest In Peace, sweet lady, you will be greatly missed.
    Gary & Mary

  • Kristie Connolly says:

    Thoughts and prayers to all of you. Fran will be missed. She never forgot us….always sent cards and letters asking how Nathan was. Special lady!

  • Diane Brady says:

    Aunt Fran was a precious person. She was deeply loved by many and will be greatly missed. Love you, Auntie!

  • Agnes Fowler says:

    Words can’t express the fondest memories I have of Fran. The family visits each year to Fritz & Norma’s where I was welcomed into the arms of your family making me feel so loved. Your taking time to visit with me even after Norma was gone along with phone calls & cards keeping our relationship on track. Fran loves her family which was so apparent through her many mentions of each of you. She will be missed by many. May her legacy continue through each of you.

  • Billy and Beth Perry says:

    We will miss coming to Washington and seeing Fran. She was such a joy to know and always made us feel welcome. She will always be in our heart. Her family is in our thoughts and prayers. God bless you.

  • Tara Wood says:

    I never met you, but you sure did raise an amazing family. Cheryl and Krystal and their families…there’s a lot of love there. I’m sure it all stems from you. Rest in peace.

  • Kay Seek says:

    The world lost a special lady and Heaven gained an angel. It was a privilege to have known her and I will forever be grateful to her for sharing two of her beloved children with our family. I hope she knows I will do all I can to look after them while I am here on earth

  • CeLena Anderson says:

    Fran you will be missed. I’m so glad I got to see you when I did. Rest in peace. <3

  • Salina and family says:

    You will be greatly missed, Aunt Fran. Kiss Uncle for us.

  • Myldred Stine says:

    Aunt Fran was a special spirited, wise, and talented women. She had a purpose in this world, to help us all understand. I have so many memories that no one will ever take away. I am happy that she was my brother Dann, helping him to get to Heaven. I know he needed a little bit of help. Thank you Aunt Fran. I will love you both always and forever. I will miss you both so much. Another piece of my heart is gone I will never be the same. RIP until we meet again.

  • Sue Jones says:

    Frances I didn’t know you but knew your daughter Cheryl. She is a great friend and I have to believe that importance of friendship came from you. So happy that you lived a great life and left your happiness blueprint on the world. I am also a St Jude contributor and will donate to them in your name. ❤️❤️

  • Ronald Seek says:

    Fran, We will miss your wit since of humor and always kind word. Your hugs and smile. Miss You, Love Ronnie.

  • Neal & Mechelle says:

    Sorry, we never knew you.
    Sounds like you were an amazing lady who was deeply loved by her family and friends.
    You have a beautiful, loving family who will miss you terribly and at the same time, they are rejoicing knowing where you are.

  • Keith & Tami Gilbert says:

    Our sympathy to your family. Your Mom was very loved & she left a great deal of loving memories, for all to keep close to them, for years to come!

  • Linda (Sheeler) Sorenson says:

    Aunt Fran always made me feel loved and appreciated. I have happy memories of chats filled with laughter and story telling. She is missed!

  • Suzanne Marie says:

    Dear Cheryl and family, my heart goes out to you over the loss of your dear mother. She was the matriarch over an amazing family who are such fun loving characters following in her footsteps of sweetness, goodness and charm. Many hugs and much love. God bless.

  • Kevin and Tammy Barnett says:

    Fran, say hi to big John from us, so glad to have had you in our lives, blessed because of it. You will always be in our thoughts.. if you see my dad or Tammy’s parents up there give them hugs from us. Love you

  • Alice Fitzgerald says:

    There are some special people in this world who radiate love and compassion to their fellow humans at all times, and Aunt Fran was one of these special angels. Her quiet, unassuming grace and dignity, her gentle, but spot-on sense of humor, the interest and empathy she had for others, and the love she had for her family and friends are just a few of her wonderful qualities. We will all miss her ability to make each of us feel special and loved. Rest in peace, Aunt Fran, we will try to carry on in the spirit of your example. I love you and miss you, but you will be forever in my heart.

  • Julie Malmborg says:

    Kind, beautiful, gentle, wise, unassuming, witty, loving, accepting…there are not enough adjectives to describe what an amazingly wonderful human being Fran was. While she will be greatly missed here on earth, heaven is now a more joyful place with her in it.

  • Billy Seek says:

    I miss making you laugh, you were always so happy and full of love.
    I love you to the moon Grandma

  • Jack and Donna sheeler says:

    FATHER, Thank you for Fran`s life. Quiet,stable,loyal,one who could be trusted. She was always faithful to love. As in all of our lives she knew times of disappointment but she never let that interfere with her love. She was one who could be counted on no matter the circumstances. Hers was a gentle life and we will truly miss her. We enjoyed traveling together. She had a genuine interest in family history and because of that we had some unforgettable trips. Going to visit relatives of their dad`s side of the family in Canada and taking dad with us was special. Going to No. Carolina Where their mom was born and began her childhood was wonderful. Spending time with her John in Tennessee a real kick! And all along we had our funny moments. I`m so thankful to have shared that time with her. I treasure the memories.

  • Keri Hake says:

    Such an amazing lady, always filled with light and laughter. You will be missed, Fran. ❤

  • Cheryl Seek says:

    Miss you everyday! So many times I want to call and share something or ask you something. I will miss you always. C♥️

  • Carolina & Brantley Seek says:

    Dear GG we really miss you
    and wish with us you would always be,
    but since God wants you too,
    I will keep our memories alive in me.

  • Shelley Bloom says:

    I have many great memories of Fran. She will surely be missed by many. She was a wonderful classy, lady. I find comfort in knowing she is reunited with John and they are at Peace. It was an honor to know you Fran. Sending all my love to the family.

  • Kimberly Adam says:

    Fran, You have such a wonderful family and that has a lot to do with what a wonderful lady you were♡ Thank you for being a shining light in this world and that light continues to shine through your kids and grand kids. May you rest in peace forever♡

  • Roger and Dianne Temple says:

    Roger and I will you miss Fran. Sweet memories have already flooded our minds. What a privilege and gift it is to both of us to have been part of your life.
    We will miss all the wonderful times we spent at IHOP.
    We love you Fran.

  • Kelly Lawson says:

    Aunt Fran, you were my second mom and I will forever cherish our talks and laughs and the shared moments. You helped raise me and I am forever grateful for our relationship. K.P. is what you called me and I’ve never been more proud of those initials. Thank you for being my other mom!! I love you and I will miss you forever!!!! ❤️❤️❤️

  • Laurie Martin says:

    Fran was always a kind, sweet lady who was welcoming of everyone. I loved how our neighborhood moms would get together and just have fun! I am sorry for your loss and I know she is watching over you with your dad by her side.

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