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Owsley Brown Frazier

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October 28, 2012
Thank you for everything you did for Louisville... Like a lot of people, I wish I had the honor of meeting you, Sir...Condolences to your family... I always wondered how Frazier Rehab and things in Louisville got their name... We Thank you Again you are fine fine Man...R.I.P. Mr. Frazier...
October 28, 2012
Thank you Mr. Frazier, for everything you have done for LOUISVILLE... May God Bless your Family... And let all their Wonderful Memories help them with loosing you...Go Rest on the Mountain in Heaven you soooo deserve the BEST...
October 24, 2012
I am sorry for your loss, please accept my condolences. May your memories ease your pain as you receive comfort from God. James 4:8.
September 09, 2012
SIR I HAVE ALL THE BEST REMEMBERANCES OF YOU AND YOUR LOVE OF OUR CITY,STATE, AND COUNTRY. THE COMPANY IS AT A GREAT LOSS WITH OUT YOU.
September 06, 2012
Time has passed and still we are left with an empty void from your loss. We were very close to you...much like family. Perhaps even closer. We laughed together, cried together, traveled together, and many times just spent time together. Although we were only "the hired help" our bond was so much more.
To us, you were not the wealthy, super-human philanthropist portrayed in the news, but merely a man. A passionate man who loved Manhattans, UofL sports, history, and his home in Arizona.

We feel truly blessed to have been a small part of your magnificent life. Thank you for the great ride...You are truly missed!

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