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July 29, 2016

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July 29, 2016

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August 21, 2012
My Deepest Sympathy's to Mr. Frazier's and friends in his loss. I never had the privelege of meeting Mr. Frazier but I wanted to take this opportunity to say "Thank You " for making Louisville a better place for enhancing all of our lives through his Philanthropy and for giving us such a great attraction and legacy as The Frazier Museum. May he rest in peace and share eternal glory with Our Heavenly Father.
August 20, 2012
Cat, Jim, Chris, Alex, Charlie, and Caitlin Joy,
My heart and deepest sympathies go out to you and your family at this time of loss. I know no words can ever heal the grief you are feeling, but time does help. A friend gave me a stone when Josh died that had a beautiful thought. It read, "Perhaps they are not stars in the sky, but rather openings where our loved ones shine down on us to let us know that they are happy". You all are never far from my thoughts and prayers. Love Always,
August 20, 2012
Owsley Brown Frazier was a champion not solely for Louisville but for the entire Commonwealth. He enjoyed Kentucky history and expressed his passion for our state's heritage by leading fundraising efforts on behalf of the Kentucky Historical Society. As a consequence of his hard work, students and families can now explore Kentucky's story at the Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History, the headquarters of the Kentucky Historical Society. It was my pleasure to work with him when he headed the Kentucky Historical Society Foundation as board president and to support the first exhibition of his weapons collection, "The Weapon as Art" which debuted at the Society and led to his organizing the Frazier. He loved his Kentucky roots and sacrificed his time, talent, and resources to help others find the joy of exploring their Kentucky connections. Thank you Owsley for all you did for so many people.
August 20, 2012
My deepest sympathy to the Frazier family,and especially to Laura. I worked at Bittners II for nine years and know how much you loved,respected and admired your father. We will all miss him. All the good and unselfish things he did for Louisville will never be matched. His pain is finally gone. May he rest in the peace of God's arms. Respectfully and fondly.
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