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Betty Frazier

Betty Frazier (Robinson)

Monday, April 5th, 1926 - Monday, April 6th, 2020
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Obituary

Betty Robinson Frazier, 94, passed away on Monday, April 6, 2020.

She was born in Haywood County, North Carolina and grew up there and in Asheville. She was preceded in death by her parents, G.G. and Elsie Byers Robinson, and her sisters, Geraldine Peyton and Margaret Reno. She was the wife of the late Charles O. Frazier, Principal of Franklin High School 1967-1981.

In addition to raising three children, Betty was a substitute teacher and librarian in the Andrews, N.C. school system. She spent thirty years working in the Macon County school system, retiring as purchasing agent. She loved reading, libraries, cats, picnics, and family trips to Florida, the Rockies, and Myrtle Beach. She was a devoted supporter and dedicated viewer of First Baptist Church of Spartanburg.

She is survived by sons Charles Frazier and spouse Katherine, David Frazier and spouse Melissa, daughter Elizabeth Cook and spouse Leonard, and also by granddaughters Cristine Frazier Pilgrim and spouse Carey of Rome, Georgia, Annie Frazier Crandell and spouse Kyle of Asheville, and Heather Fitzgerald and spouse Shauna of Fuquay-Varina, N.C. Betty’s great-grandsons Carey Oldridge Pilgrim and Anderson Owen Pilgrim were among the greatest delights of her later years.

Due to the Covid-19 crisis, a memorial service will be held at a later date.

Memorial donations may be made to First Baptist Spartanburg, 250 E. Main St.
Spartanburg, SC 29306 or at fbs.org.

Macon Funeral Home is handling arrangements.

Condolences to the family may be made at maconfuneralhome.com.
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    Location
    Woodlawn Cemetery
    Address
    1242 Old Murphy Road
    FRANKLIN, NC 28734
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Richard Hurley

Posted at 08:23pm
So sorry to hear of Mrs. Frazier's passing. I knew her from the Canton connection with her late sisters Geraldine Peyton and Margaret Reno - three beautiful, classy, and elegant ladies who were all highly respected. Mrs. Frazier lived a long and productive life, and had significant positive influences on young lives as a professional educator. My condolences to her family and friends.
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Nancy Shope

Posted at 08:50am
So sorry to hear of your loss. Betty was a gracious, sweet and lovely lady. I shared many conversations with her when we both worked at the superintendent's office and was glad for her friendship. She was a special lady who will be missed and remembered by many. I pray God's blessings on each of you; I know how hard it is to lose your parents.
Nancy (and Jim) Shope
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Kathryn Horton

Posted at 09:49pm
I loved spending time with Aunt Betty. She was always kind and loved to laugh. She and her family made holidays together so special. You knew you were in for a good story and a hearty laugh. She is deeply missed.

Love, Kathryn Anne
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Rita Salain

Posted at 05:17pm
Dear Chuck, David and Elizabeth and families,

I am so sorry. Your mama was a fine person and I know you will miss her. It hurts to lose a parent.

Earlier this week, I was walking in the cemetery, and saw so many stones of beloved people. My friend, Terri, and I commented on how beautiful the flowers are on Mr. Frazier's grave. That, of course, brought memories of both your parents. Your mama was always kind and thoughtful and your daddy, beloved.

I am holding you each in the light and hope your grief will be tempered knowing she was loved, respected and will be remembered.
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Martha Perry Tallent

Posted at 04:55pm
Chuck, David and Elizabeth,

Our family was saddened to learn about the death of your mother. Mrs. Frazier was a gracious and kind lady, and our family especially appreciated the friendship she shared with our mother during her final years. Their phone conversations brightened Mother's days. We know how difficult it is to lose your mother, and our thoughts are with all of you. Hopefully, sweet memories and family will sustain you during this difficult time.
Martha, Carolyn and Vic
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