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Saturday, January 21, 2023
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Elizabeth Ann Frazier was born in Bunola, PA, on February 28, 1935, to William P. and Elizabeth Himmeger Flowers. Betty passed from this life, into eternal life on Sunday, January 15, 2023 in Ruston, LA.
After graduating high school, Betty joined the United States Air Force. While stationed at Barksdale Air Force Base she met the love of her life, Don R. Frazier. Married for 57 years, Don and Betty welcomed their four sons while traveling the world, making memories that Betty would live on to tell to generations of family members and dear friends. Shortly before Don’s USAF retirement, in 1971, the family settled down and made their home in Bossier City, Louisiana. A few years later, they were overjoyed to begin welcoming grandchildren, and eventually great-grandchildren. Upon Don’s second retirement, from the VA Hospital in 1991, they spent 22 years living their retirement on Lake Claiborne.
Betty was a faithful, devoted wife and strong, but loving, mother; affectionately known by the grand and great-children as “Gram.” Betty enjoyed reminiscing about her childhood, telling stories about her beloved sister Ruth, visiting with friends, watching cooking shows, listening to music, and having visits from family and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents, William & Elizabeth Flowers and all of her seven siblings, the love of her life, husband, Don R. Frazier, her youngest son, Daniel “Danny” Frazier, and her daughter-in-law, Kayla Frazier.
Betty is survived by her three sons, Donald Frazier, Dennis Frazier and wife Deborah, and Duane Frazier and wife Tywonna. She leaves her eight grandchildren; Jennifer Frazier Minder, James Humphries, Jason Frazier, Dennis Frazier, Jr., Danyla Frazier, Alex Frazier, Blake Frazier and Sara Frazier; four great-children, Joshua Minder, Camille Minder, Maddy Humphries, and Brock Frazier. Betty also leaves her precious friends, who have been like family; they loved and helped her over the years, Sandra Thompson and Barbara Taylor.
The family would like to thank the staff and nurses at Ruston Nursing and Rehab for their great care and attention, as well as Allegiance Hospice for their care and compassion in her last days.
Memorial Services were held for Betty at Pleasure Point Baptist Church in Homer, LA, on Saturday, January 21, 2023, at 2:00 p.m., Rev. Chuck Johnston, officiated.
Memorials can be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital or Pleasure Point Baptist Church in Betty’s honor.
Rose-Neath Funeral Home