Everything you taught me, everything I seen you do, your legacy will live on in my daily life and the life of my children. They will know you as I did and be proud. As the good book tells us we will all be together again someday, so until that time comes lets remember how important family was to Nana and try to make the effort to continue to be close. She loved her family and her family greatly loved her. Cradled in the arms of our Lord, you deserve to rest, you deserve to be with your family in Heaven and rest in peace.
Memphis Commercial Appeal - Jan 30, 2005 Faye Frazier, 79, of Memphis, machine operator, died Friday at Senior Services Healthcare Center. Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Halls (Tenn.) Funeral Home with burial in Friendship (Tenn.) Cemetery. She was a member of Beech Grove Baptist Church and a volunteer for Memphis Veterans Medical Center and the Red Cross. Mrs. Frazier, the widow of Royce Frazier,leaves a daughter, Brenda Crisman of Memphis; a son, Gary Sandford Frazier of Olive Branch; a brother, Van Curtis of Halls, nine grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.