Amanda Frazier Gaissert

January 27, 1950July 10, 2021

Amanda Frazier Gaissert, 71, died Saturday, July 10, 2021, at Moses Cone Hospital.

A memorial service will be held at 3:00 PM, Saturday, July 17, at Peace United Church of Christ, 2714 West Market Street, Greensboro NC.

Born January 27, 1950 and raised in Fairfax AL, she was the daughter of the late Thomas Hubert and Mary Helen Frazier. Most of her adult life was spent in Wilson NC where she was an RN for over thirty years. Her remaining years were spent in Greensboro NC.

Surviving family members include daughters, Mindy Pender and dear family friend Donna Johnson, Amber Chrismon and husband, Robert Chrismon; grandsons, Dylan Gaissert and wife, Megan Gaissert, Damon Chrismon; great granddaughters, Davina and Sloane Gaissert; brother, Steven Frazier and fur baby and companion, Kane.

All are welcome to attend a Celebration of Life proceeding the service at the home of Amber and Robert Chrismon.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Sparkle Cat Rescue at

We would like to acknowledge the extraordinary care that she received by many within the Cone Health system.

Thank you to Hanes Lineberry for assisting with arrangements. On line condolences may be sent to


  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, July 17, 2021


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Donna Johnson

July 16, 2021

There are no words... I love you and miss you so much... Until we meet again. Forever In My Heart💚

Jennifer Williams

July 14, 2021

We were so saddened to hear of Mrs G's passing. She was the sweetest. She ALWAYS treated Ernest & I like family and for that we will always be grateful. I remember the many gatherings at her home & that amazing cheeseball that she taught me to make. So many great memories & so much love. Please know that although we can not join you for her celebration of life on Saturday your family will be in our prayers.
Much love,
Jennifer & Ernest Williams

Beth Lamm

July 13, 2021

Amber, Mindy, and the rest of the family...I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of your mom. Some of my best childhood memories involve Ms. Amanda. My first trip to Florida was with your family and I will always remember much fun we had and how she treated me like one of her own. There were so many memories and ways she made me feel special! Thank you for sharing her with so many as we were growing up. My love and thoughts to you all. Love , Beth.

Jason aka (Juice) Taylor

July 13, 2021

Mrs G always treated me like family. Always a warm hug and a smile, unless I was too annoying then it was "not today Juice". She would do anything for you and always made you feel at home. I think I spent more time at her house than I did at my own. She definitely was an inspiration to me to see the good in people and treat everyone with respect and love. The world has lost a good soul and she will be missed. Much love for you Mrs G.

Karen Keen

July 13, 2021

I have so many memories of mom g she would send me out to get food and it would never fail it always rain 1 time I went out and got caught by a tornado in Wilson I love you mom r.i.p