Date of Death: June 14, 2021

Service Details

The family will receive friends from 10:00 a.m. until time of services at 12:00 noon on Friday, June 18, 2021 at the Hohner Funeral Home, 1004 Arnold St., Three Rivers.

Obituary Notice

Billie Linden Frazier, 85, of Three Rivers, passed away Monday, June 14, 2021 at Heartland Health Care Center.

He was born August 31, 1935 in Tazewell, VA, the son of Wade and Mallisie (Adams) Frazier.

Billie was employed at Dover Corp. in Portage as a tool and die maker. He also worked for several other companies as a machinist and in the tool and die industry. He and Mary were long time and faithful members of the Moorepark Community Church before he took ill.

Mr. Frazier was preceded in death by his parents and two beloved great-grandchildren, Ryleigh and Jordan Hart and several siblings.

He leaves to cherish his loving memory, his beloved wife of 57 years, Mary (Hovarter) Frazier, whom he married on March 7, 1964. Three children, Paula (David) Cline of Sherwood, Kevin (Holly) Hart of Three Rivers, and Holly (Gary) Rice of Frankfort, MI. One brother, Willard Frazier. Five beloved grandchildren, Matthew, Jessie, Amber, Austin and Seth. Four beloved great-grandchildren, Ava, Harley, and Dylan, Emilio.

Additional Information

Donations in Billie’s memory may be directed to Shriners Hospitals for Children. Envelopes are available at the funeral home in care of his arrangements.

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  1. I would like to leave a couple of wonderful memories Of my Uncle Bill. I am his niece by his fourth Sibling my dad was Cliffard Frazier, after four nephews then the family most wonderful first niece born March 17, 1951 yes it was a big deal. I remembered that when all grandpa and grandma children with exception of Uncle Homer would meet on Saturday’s or Sunday’s we would enjoy grandma cooking at Angel Hill between Marshall and Muringo, Michigan after grandpa moved the family to Michigan, I would always delight in asking my grandpa who all the men in the pictures was my uncles of course uncle Homer one of youngest WWII, I guess he wouldn’t have to work the Kentucky Coal Mine, I remember seeing Uncle Bill in his uniform as well as all my other uncles. Uncle Bill and his first wife Kay along with other family helped my parents to move to Faces farm on F Drive Homer, Michigan my grandma Malissie told all her children she wanted to be buried at the Cook Prairie Cemetery because it reminded her of back home Kentucky. Then just before Christmas Uncle Bill and Aunt Kay brought us five kids Christmas presents I got a beautiful 10 commandment bracelet gold and a little Suzie homemaker set after they left shortly after that my mothers parents came took my mother along with our five children. I hind my bracelet so I got to enjoy it many months. Then when Uncle Bill and Aunt Mary along with my cousin Holly came to my father memorial service in front of grandpa and grandma head stone in March 5, 2012 that would be especially very hard on the family because we lost their oldest brother Homer from Texas in November then Aunt Ellerie the oldest of the 10 children on January 2012, then my father Cliffard, then Uncle Carl who was younger died on June 2012. My condoles to Aunt Mary, Holly as well as Aunt Mary children by her first marriage. I would like to put uncle Bill brothers and sisters in order. Ellerie, Homer, Ora Lee, Cliffard, Willard, William Lydon ( Uncle Bill), The twins Carl and Clyde, Rita, and Kenneth. I do have a wonderful picture of Ellerie, Homer, Ora Lee, Cliffard, Willard, and Bill when they where young children yes would love to send a copy to anyone who wants it. I will always have wonderful memories of Uncle Bill. He is in heaven eating Pinto Beans, Fried Potatoes, White Corn Bread, with onions with the family.

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