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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Betty Laverne Frazier

1930 - 2020

Berlin

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Betty Laverne Frazier, 90, of Berlin, formerly of Somerset, died December 19, 2020 at Meadow View Nursing Center, Berlin. Born July 24, 1930 in Somerset, she is the daughter of Elmer Hauseman and Mary Jane (Small) Ling. Preceded in death by her parents, husband James Karl Frazier who died March 10, 2004, brothers; Clarence and Clair Ling, and sisters; Edna Davies, and Doris Springer. Survived by her children; Douglas J. Frazier, Barry W. Frazier married to the former Lisa Schrock, and...

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Lee Grice

January 1, 2021 3:23 PM

Dear Mooney, I can’t drive by Lavansville without remembering your mother and grandfather. The end of an era. May she Rest In Peace.

Jan Grice

December 27, 2020 10:49 PM

I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother and hope that you will be consoled with many fond memories of her. My mother Mary always enjoyed visiting her and your father.

Randy Ling

December 25, 2020 5:17 PM
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My dear Aunt Betty left us for her rightful place in heaven. She was a blessing to all who knew her. I have personally been blessed with many wonderful Aunts and Uncles and while I don’t want to diminish the significance of any of them, Aunt Betty was certainly as fine of an example of kindness, compassion, hospitality and perseverance that anyone could hope to know. There was never a time when she didn’t open her door for visits. She seldom said an unkind word about others and her dedication to her family, both immediate and extended was inspiring. I will always remember her dedication to my Uncle Jim. She was a tireless caregiver for him and was an inspiration of how a spouse should honor their marriage vows. I remember her lifting him from his chair and getting him into bed. I remember her taking care of his every need for decades. She was such a faithful wife and excellent example of personal sacrifice and Christian service.
I will always remember fondly the times I was fortunate to visit and spend time with her. My wife Laurel always felt that there was only one like Aunt Betty. My sons Keith and Brian always looked forward to our visits with her. She always made it clear to me that she would be offended if I didn’t stay with her and I certainly appreciated the opportunity to be with her and Uncle Jim when I could. Uncle Jim and Aunt Betty and I would watch Pirates games in the evenings and in the last 6 or so years, Keith and I would watch Penguins games with our Aunt. We really enjoyed those evenings at home with Aunt Betty and Rocky. Keith, Brian and Laurel and I also enjoyed being able to visit her several times over the last few years at the nursing home too. She was such a gem.
I will continue to have fond memories the rest of my life of my Aunt Betty and although I will miss her terribly, I trust that I will see her again someday. May God be with her in heaven and with her family at this time of loss.
Randy Ling

Grete Lowry

December 22, 2020 10:32 AM

Such a great and caring Lady, At rest in Heaven.  Grete and Doug lowry

Robert Davies

December 20, 2020 11:57 PM

Aunt Betty had a welcoming sense of humor, and we always loved visiting the Frazier home when I was just a kid. My deepest condolences to everyone.

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