William Harold Frazer, Jr. age 75 of Ennis, Texas passed away May 5, 2022. One of seven siblings, he was born in Memphis, Tennessee on March 14, 1947 to the late William Harold and Dorothy (Cooley) Frazer, Sr. His family moved to Artesia, California where his dad worked on repairing oil and gas equipment. Right out of high school, he entered the US Army, serving five years. He joined the 101st Airborne then on to Vietnam where he entered the 173rd Airborne. He was awarded the National Defense service medal, Vietnam service medal, Vietnam campaign medal and sharpshooter (rifle) medal. He married his high school sweetheart Faye Leach upon his return from Vietnam on July 7, 1967. They began their family of four children and he completed his service in the army in 1969 at Fort Ord, California. He then began his job and career like his father in oil and gas pump repair, later moving his family to Grand Prairie, Texas in 1983 retiring in the late 1990s before moving to Bristol, Texas where he enjoyed his peace and quiet at home in the country, spending all the time he could with his wonderful grandchildren. He will be missed by all who knew him.
He is preceded in death by his parents William and Dorothy and brother Leslie Frazer.
He is survived by his loving wife Faye Frazer of Bristol, Texas; children: Crystal Phillips of Grapevine, Texas, Kathy Rambo of Longview, Texas, Jennifer Jones of Bristol, Texas, and Billy Frazer of Venus, Texas; 16 grand children and 12 great grandchildren; sister Eileen Powell of Hemet, California, sister Anna Johnson of Dumas, Arkansas, brother David Frazer of Red Oak, Texas, Mary Jo Lasiter of Houston, Texas and Sister Karen Foreman of Arlington, Texas.
Committal service with Army Honors will be 10:15 AM Friday, May 27, 2022 at the DFW National Cemetery 2000 Mountain Creek Parkway, Dallas, Texas.
If attending the service at the National Cemetery, please enter the cemetery gates no earlier than 10 AM. Please enter the appropriate lane, (this will be determined and posted the day before the service, for example: Lane 2). At 10:15 AM, a director from the cemetery will lead the procession through the cemetery to a committal shelter where military honors will be rendered and minister will speak. When service concludes, the director from the cemetery will prompt everyone back to their cars and to exit the cemetery.
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