Sondra Frazier

November 08, 1936 ‒ January 08, 2020

Fredericktown, Ohio

Sondra (Thompson) Frazier, age 83 of Fredericktown gained her heavenly wings on January 8, 2020 and is living out eternity with Jesus Christ, after a long courageous battle with Parkinson Disease. Sondra was born November 8, 1936 in Fredericktown to the late Clifford and Viola (Hawkins) Thompson. Her mother passed away while Sondra was a young girl and she was raised by her aunt and uncle Vera and Clyde Hawkins of Loudonville.

Sondra graduated with the 1954 class at Loudonville High School. After graduation she became an Airline Stewardess for Eastern Airlines for five years. She married Thomas Frazier on December 8, 1962. Sondra was employed as the purchasing agent at the J B Foote Foundry in Fredericktown for many years.

In her spare time, she loved gardening, canning, making jams and baking from scratch. She always looked forward to a May trip with friends to Michigan in search of mushrooms. Sondra enjoyed long road trips to Amish country.

She was a longstanding member of the Women of the Moose and she attended the Green Valley United Methodist Church.

Surviving besides her husband Thomas E. Frazier are her two wonderful children Brian (Laura) Frazier of Fredericktown and Beth (Chuck) Olmsted of Columbus; grandchildren Dale Olmsted, Sabrina Olmsted and Makayla Frazier; and her brothers Clifford Thompson of Georgia and Jim Hart of Florida. Besides her parents and aunt and uncle Sondra was preceded in death by her half brother Richard “Dick” Speaks who is missing in action since 1945 and her brother Barry Thompson.

The family will receive guests at the family home of Thomas Frazier,12196 Liberty Chapel Road, Mount Vernon, on Saturday January 11, 2020 from 2pm to 4pm. A private burial will be in Green Valley Cemetery.

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  • My deepest sympathy to all of her family May all of her memories last a lifetime for all of us .

  • I truly wish to offer my sincere condolences for your loss. Jill and I will be praying for the family.

  • Tom and Family, I am so very sorry for your loss. I met Sondra when she trained me for her position at Foote Foundry when she retired. She was a wonderful person and a great teacher for the job. You truly deserve your Angel wings. R.I.P. Sondra. You will be missed❤

  • Gordon and I ate many wonder ful meals at her home, and spent many times in the vehicles with them , may her memories sustain you all. Shirley Braddock

  • So sorry to hear about Sondra. Your in our thoughts and prayers. Deepest Sympathy to the Family!

  • Tom,
    I was nearby yesterday and knew immediately
    Of the passing but couldn’t let you know
    Nancy told me that Jim lost his wife recently
    He reportedly is coming to ohio next week.
    I would like to see him since I am here in the
    Laurels I won’t get to be out to see any of you.
    Condolences to you Mary Phillip’s ervin.

  • Molly and I send our deepest condolences to Tom and the Frazier family.
    It was just Wednesday morning, with a smile on my face, that I was thinking of Sondra and the wonderful memories of working with her. She only knew one way, the right way. She was strong, intelligent, and ethical but given to short bursts of fast dancing with me in her office which, thankfully, was not often. There was no one I respected more.

  • Tom,Brian, Beth and families,
    You have our sympathy. Our thoughts and prayers are with during this difficult time.

  • Tom: I have so many wonderful memories of Sondra as a neighbor, babysitter, friend. She was always Big Sondra to me being Little Saundra. Peace to you and the kids. Saundra Stitzlein Rhamey

  • So sorry to hear of Sondra’s passing prayers sent to the family if there is anything I can do please let me know

  • so very sorry to hear of Sondra’s passing. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Ralph & Judy Revennaugh

  • I’m so very sorry to have read about Sondra s passing. I will miss her .She always told you how it is . I was al most afraid of her at first.then I just loved her. She was a real joy and a lot of fun once I got to know Sondra. You have.our deepest Sympathy. Don and Linda Shaffer