Norfolk – Jean Marie Frazier, 86, went to be with her Lord on
August 23, 2014. She joins her husband, Stanley Frazier, her son Gregory Frazier and her grandson Jerrell Stokes. She was born in Bluefield, West Virginia on August 6, 1928 to Ralph and Dolly Ealy. Jean “Nanny” was a homemaker who along with Stanley, her sweetheart of 62 years, lovingly raised two families. Her heart was enormous and she would do anything for a friend or family. Nanny was always happiest surrounded by her family and gardening in her yard.
She is survived by her sons Bruce Frazier and Randall Frazier (Jan); her daughter Kimberly Frazier; grandsons Jason Stokes (Michelle), Jeremiah Stokes (Jeri), Bruce Frazier, Jr. (Erin), Christopher Frazier, Gregory Frazier, Jr., Jonathan Frazier, Andrew Frazier, Alexander Frazier, and James Tyler Fields; granddaughters Christy, Carla, Elizabeth and Nevaeh Frazier and 15 great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held Friday, Sept, 5 at St. John Lutheran Church, 8918 Tidewater Dr., Norfolk at 2:00, officiated by Reverend Keith Olivier. Memorial donations can be made to a charity of your choosing.
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Our Deepest sympathy and prayers that God will comfort the family through this time of sorrow.
Id like to say that im sooo sorry for your ? our loss. Mrs Frazier was a wonderful woman who I Loved Dearly and will miss. May God walk with all of you til you can heal.I say good night Mrs Frazier, but not goodbye. We will meet again one day. May you forever Rest in Peace.
Mrs. Frazier you were one of my favorite Bromley moms. God will take care of you now and you will never feel pain again, only peace and love.
May God wrap his arms around all of you and hold you tight as you try to deal with your loss. God bless!
I was asked by my brothers Dean and Tony to send their condolences. They asked that I also tell all of you they love and wil miss your Mom and Dad till we meet again. May she forever Rest in Peace and they pray for Gods love for all of you in the days ahead. Love Always Dean and Tony Bagby. Mr and Mrs Frazier we Thank you for being there for us and we will cherish our time together here on earth and look forward to meeting again.
Randy you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. May God’s grace and peace with you and your family. May the love you had for your mom always be forever in your heart and know she will always be a part of you. So glad we got to stop in to see her. Love Mary Jo and George Harrell
To the Frazier Family sorry for the loss of a beloved mother, grandmother, great grandmother and friend. She now sits in heaven as your guardian angel to watch over you. The block party is going on up there! Nanny was a kind and loving person who would do anything for you.