Steven Frazier Jr.

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Steven Mark Frazier Jr., much beloved son and brother, passed away on July 28, 2014 at the young age of 24.

He was born on March 11, 1990 and is survived by his parents Mark and Kim Frazier, and his sisters Leah Frazier and Heather Frazier. Also surviving are his paternal grandparents Jean and Bob Harvey and maternal grandmother, Mrs. Jean Kiser.
Mark attended North Mecklenburg High School and was currently enrolled in the welding program at Gaston College. Mark was a patriot and US Army veteran that served overseas in Afghanistan. He was infantryman at the tender age of 17 due to sheer stubbornness and was stationed at Fort Lewis, WA.

Even though he has left us at a young age, we want the world to know that he impacted many people in profound ways. He was an extremely generous soul that would literally give you the shirt off his back. In addition, he was funny and goofy and a great brother to his sisters. He was a big, tall guy that was secret-ly tender hearted. He struggled with many demons after returning from deployment and we know that he is at peace in heaven, because he had a deep personal faith that many did not realize. He loved a good home cooked meal, loud music of any type, online games and movies of any genre. Most of all he loved just hanging out with family and friends, whether it be relaxing and watching a movie on Netflix with his sisters or hanging out by the pool with his dog

Jojo who he is now with in heaven. He was loved very much and will never be forgotten. We will see you again one day my sweet son.

The family will receive friends from 1 to 2 p.m. Friday at Carolina Funeral Service & Cremation Center, 5505 Monroe Road, Charlotte with service to be held at 2:15 at Sharon Memorial Park.

In lieu of flowers please make donations to Pets For Vets at

Online condolences may be addressed to
Funeral Home
Carolina Funeral & Cremation Center
5505 Monroe Road Charlotte, NC 28212
(704) 568-0023
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Published in Gaston Gazette on July 30, 2014
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