Genevieve Irene Frazier, 80, passed away on April 3, 2014, in Alamogordo.
She was a resident of Good Samaritan Society Betty Dare. She was born on April 10, 1933, in Fairfield, Maine, to Walter and Violet Pooler. Even though she called Alamogordo, her home for 20 years, she dreamed of returning to the place of her childhood memories living on the "Kennebec River" in Waterville, Maine.
Survivors include daughter, Catherine A. (Cat) Ross, and son-in-law, Kevin R. Ross, of Alamogordo; sons, Thomas M. Laury and wife, Cindy, of Elmira, Ore., and Jeffrey M. Frazier and wife, Karen, of Barstow, Calif. She was a grandmother to 12 grandchildren, six great grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Maynard James Fraziern, in August of 1988; her father, Walter Phillip Pooler, and mother, Violet Blair-Pooler, of Waterville, Maine.
She was the last survivor of the eight children in her family.
Of all the things she enjoyed most in her life, besides her family, was her love of music, reading and writing poetry. She loved to sing, her voice was angelic. She loved playing piano, guitar, harmonica, spoons and bones.
She worked in a drugstore, was a home health care worker and a supervisor of a retirement center in California. She was an Auxillian for then GCMH (A Pink Lady) back in 1994-1995 in Alamogordo. She loved children and being a homemaker.
The Frazier family has entrusted their loved one to the care of PCS Direct Cremation Service to direct the funeral services. Cremation will take place at PCS.
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