April 12, 1949November 22, 2019

Frazier, Roger L. April 12, 1949-November 22, 2019 Roger was born in Seattle, Washington to Floyd and Lola Frazier and grew up in Kirkland, Washington. He attended and graduated from Lake Washington High School where he excelled in football and was a teammate and coach’s favorite. After high school, Roger enlisted in the Navy and served on an ammunition ship during the Viet Nam era. His nickname in the Navy was “Badger” for his intense energy during missions though his shipmates acknowledged that he never directed hostile energy toward them but was always ready with encouragement. After completing his service in the military, Roger dedicated twenty plus years to coaching youth sports on the East Side, including his daughters’ teams. He spent most of his adult life in the Seattle area and fathered three children with Susan Frazier. He later married Diane Frazier and spent 20 years enjoying their relationship. He is survived by his daughters Jennifer Dary (Tyler) and Sarah Frazier and his son Kyle Frazier as well as Jennifer’s children Ashlyn and, Aiden Dary. Roger is also survived by his wife Diane Frazier and her daughters Heather Hopkins and Kristen Gallagher. A celebration of Roger’s life will be held on December 8th at 3:00 pm at the home of Jennifer and Tyler Dary in Maple Valley.


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Heather Hopkins

December 6, 2019

I am so glad we got to enjoy our vacation on the beach together. My kids loved Roger and couldn’t wait to throw a ball with him. Roger and my mom must have spent $100 at the arcade so they could get my son a tee-ball set! Lol! You were an amazing man and we all miss you incredibly.

Diane Frazier

December 6, 2019

To my darling husband Roger Frazier
From the first time we chatted on yahoo messenger to the webcam meetings, phone calls, emails and our first meeting we were destined to be together. We shared a love and romance that I never thought I would have and we had a second chance at love and happiness.
From the east coast to the west coast and then our move to Arizona where we planned for retirement we shared friendship, companionship and love. Although our time together was not nearly long enough I will always cherish the many years we had together. I am grateful for the time we shared and am fortunate for the memories and unconditional love you had for me.
Farewell for now my dearest love and soulmate and you will be forever in my heart