OBITUARY

Robin Harold Frazier

September 14, 1961July 20, 2018
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Robin was born on September 14, 1961 to Arvin W. Frazier and Doris M. Klaus at the Heights Hospital, Houston, Texas.

He attended Immanuel/Bethlehem Lutheran School (K-8th grade), Hogg Jr. High Reagan High, where he lettered in Football. He also attended The University of Houston, member of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, and in his later years attended University of Akron in Ohio where he was interested in writing. He has several of his writing and poems published in the University writers and artists at work called the Wayneessence.

Robin was a person who had many interests and liked fishing and hunting. He could repair anything and since March 2017 was residing at the TRT rehab facility where he was the house manager and maintenance person for their 9 house/facilities. Robin struggled with drug abuse and many times admitted himself to try and overcome. He had been clean since March, 2017 and was very active in attending his AA meetings. He had started a new life once again but this time it was different. He was so happy to be needed and made many friends at TRT. Many have spoken of how he helped them. He was kind and gentle person who had an illness.

Robin was overweight and wanted to help himself and prepared for 9 months to have gastric bypass surgery. Finally on 7/10 he did have the surgery but something was wrong a few days later and he was in much pain but did not try to get help until 7/14 when he was taken to Memorial Hermann Hospital. He had surgery and they found a tear and tried to repair it. He was in induced sleep with a lot of pain medication. He was opened a total of 3 times and the doctor found other problems in his lower abdomen. His heart rate was so high they had to use paddles on him. His white blood count high, blood pressure low. He was on life support. There was nothing to help him and on 7/16 he was removed from life support. He now was with our Lord and Savior.

Robin is preceded in death by his father, Arvin Frazier and both sets of grandparents and an Uncle. Robin is survived by his daughter Paula Frazier-Yarbour, her husband Jason, Addison and Braydon (his grandchildren, his son Kyle Frazier and granddaughter Avery. His Mother Doris Frazier-Magee and his step father Thomas Magee. His brother Steven W. Frazier and wife Linda their children (his nephews) Adam, Cole, Riley, Chayton and nieces Demi Van Dyke and Paelyn. His Aunt Barbara Frazier and his cousin Charles (Chuck Frazier) and his TRT family. Others include cousins and many, many friends including his 15 years relationship with Melissa Cox, her children Chris and Marie who only knew him as their father.

A visitation for Robin will be held Tuesday, July 24, 2018 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Heights Funeral Home, 1317 Heights Blvd, Houston, TX 77008. A celebration of life service will occur Wednesday, July 25, 2018 at 10:00 AM at Heights Funeral Home.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.heightsfuneralhome.com for the Frazier family.

  • FAMILY

  • Paula Yarbour and her husband Jason, Daughter
  • Doris Magee and her husband Thomas, Mother
  • Addison Yarbour, Granddaughter
  • Braydon Yarbour, Grandson
  • Steven W. Frazier and his wife Linda, Brother
  • Melissa Cox, Companion
  • Avery Frazier, Granddaughter
  • Arvin Frazier, Father

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, July 24, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Service Wednesday, July 25, 2018
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Robin Harold Frazier

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Daniel Webster

July 29, 2018

We had a Father and Sons day back in 1990 three or four, where we went Go cart riding and out to dinner it was a real guys day so much fun and memories for our sons and for us.
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Chanelle Barton

July 23, 2018

Robin was a man who could fix almost anything. I knew I could always count on him to help and he would never make fun of me. Like the time I called him to help me fix my freezer because the door wouldn’t shut and he came over and fixed it by removing the meat that was blocking the way. We had a good laugh at that. He was a rough around the edges man but whenever my kids were around he turned into a super sweetheart. I love you Robin I’m so pained that in an effort to fix yourself you were lost to us. I’m praying for your family to heal. We will miss you so much.

Niki Diserio (cupp)

July 23, 2018

I met robin when I worked for Bates amusements he was such a great soul he helped me in so many ways he will truly be missed may u fly high an say hi to my daddy

Linda Maginness

July 23, 2018

Robin was a very kind man. Her always spoke with such love and pride of his family. He has definitely earned his angel wings.

Patti Pagans

July 23, 2018

My dear Robin,
We drove each other crazy but that was part of our wonderful friendship. I don't know who loved badgering the other one more you or I. I'm going to miss our talks and more importantly I'm going to miss you my friend. I was blessed to have had the opportunity to call you my friend. Thanks for always being there. Love you and miss you friend!❤

Thomas Wilson

July 22, 2018

Robin was my best friend..
He was very special to me and meant more than words could ever say..
I miss him every minute of the 24 hrs..he was a real fine gentleman.
Rest in peace my brother..
Hope to see u one day....luv you so much......

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