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Alma G Frazier

May 11, 1921 — February 5, 2024

Alma G Frazier May 11, 1921 – February 5, 2024

Alma slipped away peacefully with family at her side leaving a life well lived and a legacy of more than 102 years.

For a lot of us, it is hard to imagine what a spectacular life that a human being who lived nearly 103 years has experienced. Alma Frazier is one of the very few…

In her century plus years of existence on this earth she has witnessed polio, The Dust Bowl, the advent of penicillin, television, cars becoming “common place”, The Great Depression, World War II, the moon landing, a rover on Mars, and AI technology, just to name a few! All in one amazing lifetime…

She will be remembered especially for her love, devotion, honesty, loyalty and independence by her family and many friends.

Born on May 11, 1921, in Lebanon, MO, the eldest of six children, Alma married Donald Frazier on June 9, 1939, and together they had 3 children. Barbara, Donald (deceased) and Jerry, living in the Kansas City area most of their lives.

Alma was a dedicated worker and worked for many years at Safeway where she met lifelong friends. As the years progressed Alma moved to Lake Lotawana in the early 80’s. She truly loved the lake! She made fast friends and had more time for hobbies including embroidery, handstitched gifts and wall art (still treasured). She was a dedicated grandmother and frequently attended her grandchildren’s baseball games and other sporting events where she aggressively showed her support as well as her disappointment for a “bad call”. Alma had a love of playing cards. She taught her grandchildren all her favorite games and they spent hours and hours playing cards and doing puzzles. Alma continued to play cards with friends and family until she passed.

Later in life she joined DOES Drove 74, then Elks lodge No. 26. where for the past 20 years she contributed and became a core part of the lodge. She made many dear friends, who became her second family.

Preceding her in death are her parents and siblings Jo Dickerson, Earl Miller, Glenn Miller, and Dorothy Musgrave.

She leaves behind daughter Barbara Gunn, Overland Park, KS, and Jerry Frazier (Janet) of Lake Lotawana, brother Lee Miller (Shirley) of Basehor, KS. Grandchildren Jason Wallis, Cristopher Frazier (Lindsey), Bryan Frazier, Rachele Frazier, Great Grandchildren Lily Wallis, Levi Wallis, Braydon Frazier, Maley Burkitt, Kaylani Griffin-Frazier, and Emma Frazier; many nieces, nephews, cousins as well as many friends and extended family.

She will be missed.

A celebration of life will be held at Elks Lodge No. 26, 515 E 99 th St, Kansas City, MO on Sunday February 25 th at 2:00 pm.

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