Rebecca Jean Frazier

Rebecca Jean Frazier, (45), passed away on October 8th, 2021, at Lawrence Memorial Hospital. She was the wife to John Frazier. They shared 24 years of marriage together.

Born in Ottawa, Kansas, she attended Lawrence High School. She was a stay at home mom and worked in volunteer work for the community for many years.

She will be remembered for her big heart, her creativity,  her loud intoxicating laugh and bright beautiful smile that could light up any room. She enjoyed her artwork such as rock paintings and wall art. She also enjoyed singing , gnome collecting, poetry,  reading her favorite author James Patterson books and storm watching.

She is survived by her husband John Frazier (55), Children Tyler Frazier (28), Lucas Frazier (27), Thelma Frazier (26) , Cheyenne Frazier (23) , 4 Grandchildren Kaylea Beiter (9) , Gavin Frazier (7) , Jackson Frazier (5) , and Madilynn Frazier (5) and 5 siblings sisters Vanessa ,  Tina , Chaz, Tammy, and brother Freddie.

She was preceded in death by her father Freddie Lester.

A celebration of life will be held privately by the family at a later date.

Memorial donations may be made to the Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home or to the family’s gofundme page.


Messages & Condolences

From mmorpg...

Thanks for the website it is truly an incredible website, thanks for posting it.

From Catherin Brundage...

John, our family is so sorry to hear of your loss. I wish we’d known sooner so we could be supportive. Remember happier days. Our prayers for you, especially, but also for the rest of the family. So sorry.

From Samantha & Family...

Sorry for your loss. Your family is in our prayers. She was a kind and so sweet. She will be missed dearly.

From Juan garcia...

Sorry to hear about Rebecca she was a good neighbor and a good friend. Matthew and I will always remember the good times we had living beside you guys

From Evelyn Hardy...

May God bless your family with the love that Rebecca left in your hearts

From Kim Varnadore...

Becca was always ready & willing to help anyone. She had a heart the size of the state. She encouraged me in my worse times of my life. Fly high my beautiful ❤️ friend. Hug daddy for me will ya. I love you my friend

From connie evans...

she was a big part of my life, I will miss her terribly but have wonderful memories.

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