Obituaries

J.D. Frazier

April 1st, 2014

J.D. Frazier, of Chelsea, formerly of Anderson, South Carolina, died peacefully on March 30, 2014, his 79th birthday, at the Boston City Hospital. 

J.D. was born on March 30, 1935, in Anderson, South Carolina; he was the cherished son of the late Reese and Christina (Moore) Frazier.  J.D. was raised and educated in Anderson and part of a large and loving family.

J.D. married the “love of his life” Luevenuie Annie Geer, together they shared more than 50 years of marriage and made countless memories for their family to share with generations to come.  J.D. and Luevenuie moved to Chelsea, MA over 50 years ago where they made their home and raised three wonderful sons.

Prior to retiring, J.D., was a truck driver for DiOrio Brothers Trucking Company for many years. J.D. had a reputation of being a hard worker and very reliable throughout the industry.

In his spare time, J.D., loved to go fishing and he enjoyed cooking; J.D. was well known for making the best sweet potatoe  pies which he was always willing to share with family and friends.

J.D. will be fondly remembered as a devoted family man, a good neighbor, and a true friend to many; he will be dearly missed by all.

J.D. was the beloved husband of the late Luevenuie A. (Geer) Frazier, devoted father of J.D. Frazier, Jr. and his wife Gabriela of Killeen, TX, Darell Frazier and James “Reese” Frazier both of Chelsea, loving grandfather of Jessica Lee Frazier, Jesse Frazier, James Frazier, William Frazier, and great-grandchildren Jaelize McCabe and Alexander Vasquez, cherished son of the late Reese and Christina (Moore) Frazier, dear brother of Pearlie Mae Gray, Jessie Frazier and his wife Mary all of Anderson, SC, and the late Ella Mae Stanley, brother-in-law of Eula Mae Logan of Anderson, SC.  J.D. is also survived by many nieces and nephews. 

Family and friends will be received at the First Baptist Church, 105 Main Street, Saugus, MA, on Thursday, April 3rd at 11:00 a.m. followed by a Funeral Service at 11:45 a.m.  Interment will follow in Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett.

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