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KARLA FRAZIER

Aug 19, 1962 - April 5, 2014 EDMOND My dear Karla was born August 19, 1962, in Italy. She passed away on Saturday morning April 5, 2014, after a long and heroic battle with breast cancer. She spent most of her adult life living in the Oklahoma City area. She is survived by her husband of 19 years, Jim Frazier, of Edmond; her two stepsons, Zachary Frazier, of Austin, Texas; and Andrew Frazier, of Oklahoma City; her brothers, Karl Kearns and Roger Kearns, of Oklahoma City; and many other family and friends. Predeceasing her in life were her brother, Jamey Kearns; her mother, Louise Kearns; and her father, Roger Raymond Kearns. The lives she touched and brought together are not countable. When she would enter a room, the room got brighter and smiles appeared everywhere (can you say life of the party?). She never met anyone she would not help, or give a second/third chance to whether she knew them or not. For the past 15 years, she ran her own Flowerbed Business, aka, FLOWERBEDS ONLY, and it was very successful as one of her true loves was flowers and the beauty they bestow on life, just as she did. She loved her husband like none other and treated him like a king, which he did not always deserve. She looked so forward to every summer's month-long trip to Lake Tahoe. All the lives she touched in the South Lake Tahoe area are too many to count but they know who they are. That is something that will never be the same. There are too many friends to mention herein, but a special thanks and heartfelt hug goes out to David & Shannon Churchill, of Oklahoma City, as they were the solid, strong souls who held her hand, spoke beauty to her in her final days. I know for FACT that Karla worshiped Shannon in a very special way. Know she is no longer in pain, cancer's been kicked to the curb, she is with her family in heaven, pain and worry free, and as the song says, "There are Diamonds in the sky," and as of Saturday, there is one more very bright Diamond added to that sky. Your husband will love you forever Karla. We worked "together" like I knew we would 22 years ago when we met! And don't fret, I will take great care of your doggies, especially Pesty, and in time, your ashes will be sprinkled exactly where you wanted them to be. May the Lord bless your soul with comfort - light and happiness, and know I will see you again, my dear, just not quite yet. Any donations would be appreciated in honor of Karla June Frazier to the to help in Breast Cancer Research. Memorial Services will held at Mayflower Church, 3901 NW 63rd, Oklahoma City, on Thursday, April 10, 2014, at 2 p.m., followed by a Celebration of Life at Louie's Grill - 9401 Lake Hefner Parkway, OKC, OK.


Published in The Oklahoman on Apr. 8, 2014
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