Dorcas Frasher

October 19, 1922 ‒ July 25, 2020

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Dorcas Frasher, 97, of Mount Vernon passed away on Saturday, July 25, 2020 at the Brookdale Senior Living in Mount Vernon.  She was born on October 19, 1922 to the late Ray and Beulah (Garner) Conrad.

Dorcas was a member of the Grace Brethren Church of Danville and the North Liberty Gardening Club.

Dorcas is survived by several nieces, nephews and cousins.

In addition to her parents, Dorcas was preceded in death by her husband, Clayton Frasher; and her step mother, Stella Conrad.

A private service will be held.  Dorcas will be laid to rest beside her husband, Clayton in Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Danville.

Dorcas was loved by all who knew her! And her amazing faith and trust in Jesus was a witness to all!

Her family would like to thank her  “Brookdale Family” for their loving care over the years!

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  • We send our love and prayers to the family.
    We will never forget our neighbor and dear friends Dorcas and Clayton. We had early morning coffee breaks as we watched the birds and enjoyed all the beautiful flowers together.
    Looking forward to seeing you two again in our Father’s house. Love in Christ,
    Scott and Risa Canfield

  • I attended the Grace Brethren Church in the ’60’s’ and Dorcas and I became good friends. One of my fond memories is the time she taught me how to can tomatoes!
    We never lost touch through the years. I will certainly miss her!

  • I Enjoyed Taking Care Of Dorcus through brookdale HOSPICE DURING my visits with her twice a week I would come in an PLAY GOSPEL HYMNS after HER showers SHE WOULD say that SHE stunk.good now lol she was definitely AN inspiration to me after being a HOSPICE STNA for the last 10 years she is one of the ladies I will not ever forget heaven gained another ANGEL

  • Dorcas was married to my first cousin, Clayton. They had a beautiful life together and they cared for Clayton’s mother (my Aunt Mary) until her death. I can remember visits to their lovely country home where Dorcas loved to plant flowers and care for them. She will be laid to rest in the family plot at Chapel Church, where I often visit. She was a wonderful lady and Heaven has gained another Angel. Rest in peace, dear Dorcas!

  • We got to know Clayton and Dorcas through my mother and father-in-law Albert and ZoeAnn Hockley. We would see them from time to time over the years, they were always nice to be around just great people. ZoeAnn and Dorcas both were at Brookdale, Dorcas would visit ZoeAnn every day before ZoeAnn passed, Dorcas was a true and faithful friend. Rest in peace, Dorcas.