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Barbara Ann Farris Frazer August 19, 1933 - June 9, 2024

Our beloved mother Barbara Ann Farris Frazer passed peacefully in her sleep on June 9th. She was from Bloomington, Illinois and her parents were Lee and Marvine Farris. Barbara is survived by her sons Jerome Lee, Charles Stuart, James Lawrence and Michael Andrew; her daughter-in-laws Mary Frazer and Valerie Frazer; her brother Karl Farris and wife Judy Farris, her nieces Katherine and Deborah Farris; six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. She was a wonderful mother to her four sons and a loving wife to our father Chester Lee Frazer who passed away on August 9, 2023. 

She will stay eternally in our hearts.


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    Mark G. Auerbach says

    Jerome and Jim, I heard you both frequently talk about your parents during our NYC days. Condolences to you and your brothers. May her memory be a blessing.

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    Helen Frazer says

    My dear sweet Aunt Barb, we have had so many fun times together and oh so many laughs. Us to make my ribs hurt from laughing. I will miss you forever. Love, Helen

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    Chris says

    My Grandma was such a caring and loving woman. She always treated me with such kindness and love and provided me with some of my best long lasting memories. The times we got to spend on the coast walking the beaches, going to kite festivals, and all the baking of goodies will live in my memories for life. She will be greatly missed!

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    Cheryl & Tom Schappert says

    Tom & I send our condolences to Barbara’s family & friends! We loved Barbara & Chet & have such fond memories of our times together back in Sierra Springs, Pollock Pines. Two very sweet people. They both will always be remembered! She is now back with Chet! Amen!

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    Charles Frazer says

    Rest in peace Mom.

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    Patti Frazer says

    Those we love will never be more than a thought away.. As long as there is a memory they will live forever in our hearts. My deepest sympathy to the Frazer family. May you find peace, love and comfort in those precious moments. I have several fond memories with Barb and had plenty of laughter with her. You were a good mother in law to me and wonderful grandmother to my kids.. I am thankful you are home with Chet. May you rest in paradise. I love you, Patti

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    James Frazer says

    My Grandma always had a smile on her face, even in the most unsure times. I remember her laugh, her positivity, and her love…I remember her love most of all. I remember the joy and love she shared for her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. I remember her love for seashells, the smell of the ocean, and for the sunsets they provided. I wish to say how much I loved her back. I’ll miss you grandma.

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    Jean Paul Pignon, France says

    Dear Madam, may I write dear Barbara, as à very longtime Jerome’s friend, please rest in Peace. All my very sincere condolences to her family.

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    Mikal Amun Min says

    My warm and heart felt thanks to Barbara for her wonderful son, my Life long friend, Jérôme. May she rest in peace knowing what a spectacular job she and Chet did raising their familly …

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    Jerome Frazer says

    You will always be in my heart dear mother. May your eternal rest be filled with sublime peace.

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    Mary B Frazer says

    36 Years as my Mother-in-law, my bonus Mom was not long enough, we still had more to talk about, more to laugh about, more cookies to bake and decorate, more walks on the beach, more lunch dates, more shopping dates and more hugs and I love yous to say. I will be forever grateful that you were my bonus Mom who accepted me as her daughter exactly as I am. Thank you for 36 wonderful years of memories. May you rest in Eternal Peace with all those who went before you. I will always love and adore you ❤️

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    Paulette Lebow says

    Dear Barbara Ann;
    We first met at your home south of San Francisco, visiting from San Anselmo. We had just moved into the house Jerome was living in on Floribel in San Anselmo . Minutes in our conversation we realized why your son was such a great person. Your hospitality and kindness made us feel very at ease and the journey was worth it. We didn’t want to leave as we were all over 3000 miles from homes and families. Over the years the constant pictures of your family in your different homes , fishing outdoor cooking, your family holidays give us a glimpse into your hospitality and warmth. I meet two of your sons visiting NYC and again realized the charm of your family. I always wanted to visit when Jerome was around and meet the extended family, but instead our life circumstances stopped my ideas and we depended on enjoying the photos.
    You have nurtured your family well to go on with the next generation; therefore you shall rest in peace for your accomplishments.

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