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In Memory of

Connie Lyn Frazier

May 8, 1969 - May 15, 2017

Obituary


Connie Lyn Frazier passed away peacefully in Athens, Georgia on May 15, 2017 at the age of 48. Connie endured a hard battle with cancer and fought until the end like a warrior.



Connie is survived by sister, Donna O'Connor and husband, Danny of Georgetown, Texas; brother, Steve Frazier and wife, Donna, from Decatur, Texas; and sister, Michelle Mitchell and husband, Vince, from Hoschton, Georgia; nephews, Brandon Frazier and Orrin Mitchell; and niece, Madison Mitchell. Connie is also survived by aunts, uncles, cousins and a host of friends who loved her beyond measure.


Connie Lyn Frazier passed away peacefully in Athens, Georgia on May 15, 2017 at the age of 48. Connie endured a hard battle with cancer and fought until the end like a warrior.



Connie is survived by sister, Donna O'Connor and husband, Danny of Georgetown, Texas; brother, Steve Frazier and wife, Donna, from Decatur, Texas; and sister, Michelle Mitchell and husband, Vince, from Hoschton, Georgia; nephews, Brandon Frazier and Orrin Mitchell; and niece, Madison Mitchell. Connie is also survived by aunts, uncles, cousins and a host of friends who loved her beyond measure.



Connie was preceded in death by her parents, Norvell and Janice Frazier and sister, Lisa Frazier.



Connie was born on May 8, 1969 in Clovis, New Mexico. The family later moved to North Richland Hills, Texas, where she grew up. She graduated from Richland High School in 1987. She spent most of her professional years in the airline industry until she became the primary caregiver for her parents. Her greatest honor was caring for her mother during her battle with breast cancer and Alzheimer's.



Connie loved the outdoors, fishing, landscaping, woodworking, cooking, going for walks, spending time with friends and family and she enjoyed country music ... especially Blake Shelton. She was an independent woman who never shied away from challenges, even working on her own car. She was known for having a beautiful smile on her face and for her infectious, sometimes mischievous, laugh. She had a remarkable sense of humor. She was a true friend always having an encouraging word and listening ear.



Remembrance events have been scheduled. Rev. Dean Posey will officiate the ceremonies. All are welcome to attend and celebrate.



Monday, May 22nd:



5 - 9 pm Viewing & Visitation



Metrocrest Funeral Home,



1810 N Perry Road



Carrollton, Texas





Tuesday, May 23rd:



1 pm Celebration of Life



Metrocrest Funeral Home,



Carrollton, Texas



&



3 pm Graveside Service



Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home and Memorial Park



5725 Colleyville Blvd



Colleyville, Texas





Guests are encouraged to wear pink, teal or other bright colors.





In lieu of flowers, Connie requested donations be made to:



Alyssa Ferguson's World Changer Fund (#2100134) alyssasfund.com



The family would like to thank Dr. Green and nurses, Elizabeth and Angie, for providing excellent medical care to Connie throughout her illness.



"I have fought the fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith." 2 Timothy 4:7