OBITUARY

Jason Allen Frazier

September 14, 1975February 26, 2021

Jason Allen Frazier, 45, of Greencastle passed away unexpectedly on February 26, 2021, at his residence with his wife by his side.

Jason was born in Columbus, Ohio on September 14, 1975, the son of Allen and Dixie (Shull) Frazier, and was a graduate of Lancaster High School in Ohio.

Jason was an accomplished Musician who spent many years of his life playing music with friends and learning various instruments.

Survivors include his parents; his loving wife, Karina Frazier; five children, Jerard Frazier, Kaleb Frazier, Tori Frazier, Luke Aulick, and Leia Goelz; and his brother, Chris Frazier. He was preceded in death by his son, Danny Frazier, and grandparents Harold Shull, Regina DeLong, Carlene Frazier, and Harold Frazier.

He was a loving husband and wonderful father and will be missed.

At his request a cremation will take place at a later date.

Memories may be shared with the family at www.Hopkins-Rector.com.

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Judy Seifert

March 7, 2021

Jason,
You were a special next-door-neighbor growing up in Pleasant Lea. I have fond memories of you, Mikey, your precious parents, Allen and Dixie. You are at rest for eternity, now, with Jesus our Savior. Please say hello to Stephanie and tell her we love and miss her terribly.
Judy

Don Husband

March 3, 2021

I am sure happy to have a had a couple of years sending music related messages back and forth. We were both bitten by that music bug and I will alway wish that we had gotten together to play. Maybe in our next life dear cousin.
To Allen and Dixie and the rest of Jason’s family I send my deepest condolences.

Stacey Denny

March 2, 2021

To his family, I’m so sorry for ur lost of a great person. He’ll be missed.

Stacey Denny

March 2, 2021

Jason was my best friend from high school. I’m going to miss him very much. I enjoy his company when we hung out in school. I will always have great memories of him. Thank u Jason for being my friend.

Karla Hadley-Stodghill

March 1, 2021

Jason was like a brother I never met in person, but we were close. He was a WARRIOR and fighter for the love of his family and a great friend. My heart and prayers go out to Kari, his children, his parents, his brother and the many family and friends he left behind. I believe he's in the hands of God and no longer in pain. I pray God walks by you in this journey of mourning a great man.

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FROM THE FAMILY