- May 16, 1918 - January 16, 2013
- Hot Springs Village, Arkansas
of Harryette's Passing
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“Wish we could be with you for the service. Respect and admiration for a wonderful Mom.
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Harryette M. Frazier (nee Irvin), 94, of Hot Springs Village died on Wednesday, January 16th at Good Samaritan Health Care where she was a resident. She was born May 16, 1918 in Wetzel County, West Virginia, the oldest of nine children. Harryette was predeceased by her parents, Harry Martin and Chloe Fluharty Irvin; three brothers: Jerry, Paul Dye and Joseph; two sisters: Nancy Thompson and Patty Irvin.
Harryette graduated from Sistersville, WV High School with honors, and then moved to Charleston, WV where she worked for the West Virginia State Police as a Fingerprint Technician. She met William "Bill" Frazier while in Charleston, and they were married on July 30, 1940. He died May 14, 2006.
Harryette was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and friend to many. She was a 50 year member of the PEO Sisterhood, she enjoyed playing golf, bridge, and she was an excellent dancer. She was an active member of the DeSoto Women's Club, and Order of the Eastern Star. She and Bill were kind and generous to many persons in need.
Harryette is survived by her three children: Rev. William, Jr. and wife Nancy of O'Fallon, IL; Dr. Joseph and wife Jolene of Crystal Lake, IL; and Judith Ann Hahs of Winfield, IL; three sisters: Mary Slivinski of Dayton, OH; Sally Wenzel of Michigan City, IN; and Linda Frantz of Las Cruces, NM; eight grandchildren and fifteen great-grandchildren.
A Memorial Service will be held at Good Samaritan Chapel on Tuesday, January 22nd at 3:00 P.M. A family gathering to celebrate her life will be held in the spring.
Memorial gifts may be sent to: Lions World Service for the Blind (P.O. Box 4055, Little Rock, AR 72214); Village United Methodist Church ( 200 Carmona Road, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909); or, Good Samaritan Foundation, (121 Cortez Road, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909).
The family gives thanks to the Good Samaritan staff, especially the Health Care Staff and the Home Care workers-who helped Harryette with love and compassion in so many ways.
Arrangements have been entrusted to CedarVale Funeral Home. Guests may register at www.cedarvalefuneralhome.com