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Jimmy Lee Frazier

September 9, 1939 ~ April 24, 2019 (age 79)
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                                                                      The dash of Jimmy Lee Frazier

To boldly live a life that impassions you while positively impacting your family, friends….even strangers.

God never place on us no more than we can bear, on April 24, 2019 Jimmy Frazier could no longer bear anything else and our father, the master, the creator called him to his Heavenly home. He was born in Ardilla, AL on September 9, 1939 to the late Coley and Roberta (Ross) Frazier, he was the fifth child of nine born to this union. He graduated from Ashford High School, he earned his mechanical certification while employed at E.R. Porter Hardware Co., in Dothan, AL.  Several years later he became an employee at Pemco Aeroplex in Maplefield AL. As an aircraft mechanical supervisor, retiring after 33 years with accolades of never being late or missing a day from work.  He was a die hard Atlanta Brave’s fan and enjoyed playing dominoes every day.

Jimmy Frazier was a member of Parks Chapel AME Church during his earlier years, he later joined First Missionary Baptist Church where he remained until his father called him home.

He was preceded in death by his parents; one sister and four brothers: Lula Mae Frazier-Frost, Coley Frazier, Jr., Wille Lee Frazier, Clarence Frazier and Willie James Frazier.

He is survived by his loving wife: Ruby Stringer-Frazier; four children whom were blessed to have an awesome father: Vincent Jerome Frazier of Dothan, AL, Gemetro Denise (Necy) Frazier, Montgomery, AL, Vickie La’jal (Missy) Frazier and Tamara Montez (Tess) Frazier, both of Dothan, AL; eight grandchildren that he loved dearly, Veronica Polk, Kamari Keeon Frazier, Vincent Jerome Frazier Jr., Kacey Victoria Frazier, Kelsey Be’ne Frazier, Kaylan Keona Frazier, Clarisa Richards, and Cierra Frazier; 8 great grandchildren; 2 great-great grandchildren whom he loved and smiled each time they were in his present. Because Kase Frazier was in his presence every day, and his first word was granddaddy, he was the light of his life. five siblings that he cherished, Johnnie Pride, Della Mae Frazier-Hutchinson, Kinsey, AL, Hattie Bell Frazier, Dothan, AL, Anna Bell Frazier-Bivens, Austell, GA, and Rev. Clarence Nobles, Tuskegee, AL; two beloved sister-n-laws: Cheryl Stringer Bruner, Dothan, AL and Venise Casey (George) Griffin, Snellville, GA; Special god sons, ralph jones and Willie “Todd” Lee. His best friend Bro. McMillian and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends he loved dearly.

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