Dorothy Lee Frazier

October 30, 1933 ‒ January 08, 2020

Fredericktown, Ohio

Dorothy Lee Frazier, 86, of Fredericktown, Ohio, passed away on January 8, 2020, at Country Court Skilled Nursing Center. Dorothy, a lifelong resident of Fredericktown, was born at home on October 30, 1933, to Carl and Evelyn (Gibbons) Frazier.

Dorothy was preceded in death by her parents, an infant brother, and her younger brother, Earnie Frazier. She is survived by her sister-in-law, Bertha, two nieces, three nephews, nine great nieces, six great nephews, six great-great nieces and one great-great nephew.

She was a member of the Fredericktown church of Christ.

Dorothy was a graduate of Fredericktown High School and worked in her early years at Memorial Hospital in Mt. Vernon. She loved to knit and crochet and made sure that every family member had a warm blanket. She enjoyed crossword and word search puzzles, was an avid reader and cat lover, and a collector of Bingo bucks.

A graveside service at Forest Cemetery in Fredericktown will be held at a later date. The family would like to express their appreciation to Dorothy’s caregivers at Country Court – they were like family to her.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Country Court Activity Fund or the American Cancer Society.

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The Snyder Funeral Home of Fredericktown is honored to serve the family of Dorothy Lee Frazier.


  • I will miss seeing her everyday. Having popcorn and a Diet Pepsi ready for her in the therapy room just about everyday and her getting it on the floor. She would always say that it was “for the birds”. She was a lover of bingo and always had a stash of bingo bucks. She was witty and ornery. She definitely brightened my days!! Fly high my friend!! Love You!!

  • One of my favorites to care for and visit.
    She enjoyed joking and talking to others.
    Always showed concern for others and helpful.

  • I will miss seeing this incredible lady so much. She was so easy to be yourself around and it didn’t even seem like I was just one of her caregivers. I truly had such a good time with this women and loved her dearly. Many hearts are heavy for her loss. She was in fact apart of a family at Country Court.

  • so sorry to hear of Dorothy’s passing…….years back she was a god-send in helping to care for my aunt Claudia Reed……..

    then she was at Country Court when my brother Dennis was there and I tried to say hi and talk with her briefly when visiting him (unless she was napping of course)………now she is with the Angels

    Charles McManis

  • Oh my gosh just seen this so sorry she will be missed I’ve known Dorothy many years cared for her when I worked at country court and for interim health care funny lady I would bake her choc chip cookies she loved them love you RIP

  • I really am going to miss u yelling at me and whipping my butt… Enjoy ur brother ur with me now… I loved taking care of you .. My pee inside joke

  • Dorothy,
    I have known you since I was a little girl, seeing you walking around Fredericktown or on your porch. You then became a babysitter for my two boys, the stories they would tell!! Then you came to Country Court and I saw you often while visiting with Jason. I remember you telling me how he would come and visit you when roaming around. He sure remembered you and it was nice you two could get reacquainted. We will miss you Dorothy. I will drink a cup of coffee for you when I am with Jason for supper, even though you told me numerous times to stay out of the coffee!!
    R.I.P. dear Dorothy!

  • We are so sorry for your family’s loss. We are thankful to have known her and to call her a sister and friend. We have enjoyed her crocheted doilies through the years. A caring person whom we will miss. Praying for God’s comfort and strength for each of you. Much love, Brian & Rae Jean

  • Dorthy was such a giving soul. She helped care for my mother for several years when mom was suffering from MS. She would be there everyday rain, snow or shine to sit with her and help her so dad and grandma and I could work. She was always happy to help ! Sorry for your loss.