Naomi Parker-Fraley-Obituary

Naomi Parker Fraley

Aug 26, 1921 – Jan 20, 2018 (Age 96)

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Naomi Parker Fraley, a woman identified by a scholar as the inspiration for iconic WWII female factory worker, Rosie the Riveter, died Saturday, Jan. 20, 2017, in Washington state, according to The Associated Press. She was 96. For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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Godspeed Naomi, and thank you for sharing a part of your life with us.

A good name is better than good oil said wise King Solomon (Ecclesiastes 7:1). Naomi Parker Fraley certainly made for herself a good name. She will be remembered.

MY CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY AND FRIEND OF NAOMI PARKER FRALEY. SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS AND ENJOY THE MEMORIES OF YOUR LOVE ONE. MAY GOD STRENGTHEN YOU.

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What a GREAT HONOR & INSPIRATION to have known & LOVED Naomi Parker Fraley!! For over 20 years I have been BLESSED by being a part of this LOVING FRALEY FAMILY!!!Thank you! Naomi!
TY for LOVING & sharing your life with us. You RADIATE LOVE...JOY...Wisdom...Beauty...You Are the ULTIMATE INSPIRATION for ALL people! You are...and ALWAYS will be...LOVED by the WORLD!! So HAPPY you lived to see your identity and place in History restored!! Now...you can TRULY REST in PEACE!!

I am so grateful I got know our dear Naomi while she was with us, and got to celebrate her contribution to history with her. She was such a wonderful human being, and truly an inspiration in every way: her contribution to the war effort, the way she lived her life, and her shining spirit which was apparent to anyone who came into contact with her. i feel so honored to have been a even a small part of her life.