Marguerite E. Frazier

February 25, 1921 ‒ March 09, 2013

Fredericktown, Ohio

Marguerite E. Frazier, age 92, of Fredericktown, died Saturday March 9, 2013 at her residence. Marguerite was born February 25, 1921 in Mount Vernon to the late Lucien Augusta and Susan (Kehrer) Lober and had spent her lifetime in Knox County. She was a 1940 graduate of Mount Vernon High School, on March 16, 1946 she married Ralph E. “Jake” Frazier and together they owned and operated Knox Electrical Construction Company for many years.

Marguerite attended the First Presbyterian Church in Fredericktown and was a member of Ann Hill Chapter Order of Eastern Star in Fredericktown. In her younger years she was active with several bowling leagues.

Surviving are her children Sandy (Al) McQuigg of Mount Vernon, Michael (Stephanie) Frazier and Dusty Frazier both of Fredericktown; 6 grandchildren Christina (Chad) Sanders, Stacy (Scott) Savage, Micah (Lina) McQuigg, Hector (Montenique) Frazier, Landon “Biff” (Amanda) Frazier, and Michael Maggard, 15 great grandchildren and her canine companion “Duffer”.

Marguerite was preceded in death by her husband Ralph E. Frazier October 18, 1994, a grandson Levi B. Frazier, March 24, 1983, grandson-in-law Ryan Maggard, 3 sisters and 4 brothers. For their care and support of Marguerite during her illness, the family wishes to thank, Dr. Edward Blackburn, Diane Blackburn, Tammy Pence Thomas, Marsha Tidyman RN, Ruby Warner, Al and Dayna Beyer and the Snyder family. In addition the family would like to thank Carolyn Thompson, Chris Well, Barrie Fearn and Chris Bunn for preparing the family meal.

At Marguerite’s request, the family observed private funeral services and burial at Forest Cemetery in Fredericktown.

Memorial contributions may be made to Nationwide Children’s Hospital, 700 Children’s Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43205 or the Fredericktown Bike Trail, 2 East Sandusky Street, Fredericktown, Ohio 43019.

To send a private online condolence to the family, visit www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

The Snyder Funeral Home in Fredericktown was honored to have been chosen to serve the family of Marguerite E. Frazier.