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Tommy Ray Frazier
  • 66 years old
  • Date of birth: May 22, 1949
  • Place of birth:
    Eugene, United States
  • Date of passing: Jun 10, 2015
  • Place of passing:
    Springfield, Oregon, United States
His mansion was ready so God called him home.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Tommy Frazier, who passed away on June 10, 2015. 

He touched so many lives so I know there are many memories to be shared. This world will never be the same.  We will forever miss him. ♡♡

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Miguel Cortez on 20th August 2016

"U may be gone in person but u will ALWAYS be watching over all of us"

This tribute was added by Ashly Leutholtz on 22nd May 2016

"Happy birthday Uncle. You are missed everyday. So many times I've wanted to pick up the phone and call you, only to be disappointed. In so thankful for the memories and the time we got with you. Love you more than you could ever know. Happy birthday."

This tribute was added by Mitch Mehan on 22nd May 2016

"Thinking of you today.
We would be BBQing at your place probably and hanging out, hard to believe CJ is almost old enough to drive now huh ?
Love you UTRF."

This tribute was added by Mitch Mehan on 10th July 2015

"I will have you in my heart and try to keep your legacy alive with our girls.
You had so many stories and family memories to share....you will always be missed."

This tribute was added by Jessyka Frasieur on 9th July 2015

"The sugar shack. I loved visiting you when you worked there."

This tribute was added by Jessyka Frasieur on 9th July 2015

"So many memories are from when I was a child. With tommy evelyn jody robby and erick. But some of my best are when we traveled in my moms volkswagon with my cat harold perched on tommys shoulder.  As everyone knows tomny doesnt like cats. Lol"

This tribute was added by Ashly Leutholtz on 9th July 2015

"Oh Uncle, I've told you before, my life would've been so different if it weren't for you and grandma Evelyn. You helped shape me into the person I am today. Ashton and I have shared so many memories over these last couple weeks. My life is forever changed. I love you more than you ever could've known. Always in my heart uncle. Xoxo"


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This memorial is administered by:

Stacy Frazier

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