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Wayne Thomas Frazier

FRAZIER, Wayne Thomas - Born November 6, 1937 passed away peacefully with his family by his side at home on Tuesday, May 12, 2015. Wayne in his 78th year, beloved husband and best friend of Shirley Frazier (Reid) for 58 years. Loving Father of Ian (Kellie) of Echo Bay. Special Papa of Ian Douglas and Chelsea. Dear Son of the Late Frederick and Flora Frazier. Dear Brother of Phillip (Betty) Frazier of Rotonda West, Florida and John Joseph (Patty) Frazier of Wilkinson, Indiana and Brother-In-Law to Barbara (Andy) DeSaulnier, Arlene (Ernie) Bondarenko, Gary (Lynda) Reid, Wayne (Linda) Reid and Robert (Anne) Reid. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Born and raised in Knightstown, Indiana and a proud member of Masonic Lodge No. 175 in Greensboro, Indiana. Wayne served eight years in the U.S. Naval Reserves as an aviation mechanic. Wayne, Shirley and Ian moved from Indiana to Canada in 1976. His first job in Canada was building supervisor of the arena in Johnson Township. He spent many enjoyable years building and renovating both on the mainland and out on Lake Huron. Wayne was an artistic and gifted wood craftsman and designed many unique pieces. He and Shirley later retired to Caribou Lake. Friends may call at the BEGGS FUNERAL HOME , Thessalon on Tuesday May 19, 2015 from 10 am until 12 noon. Interment at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Gordon Lake will take place at a later time. A special thanks to Dr. Heather Blois and the staff of the Thessalon Hospital for the wonderful care that Wayne received. Donations to the Blind River District Health Centre, Thessalon Site gratefully accepted. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Beggs Funeral Home, Thessalon, Ontario. Members of the Masonic Order are requested to assemble at the Beggs Funeral Home Thessalon on Tuesdeay May 19, 2015 at 12 noon for a Memorial Service for their late Brother Wayne Frasier.12931052
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