December 23, 1933 – February 6, 2021
Barbara Frazer-Feist, 87, died Saturday February 6 at Halifax Medical Center, Daytona Beach. Mrs. Fazer was born in New York City and moved to this area in 1996 from Midlothian, NY. She was an accountant for Castrol Industries in New Jersey, a member of Our Lady of Hope Catholic Church, Port Orange and the Red Hat Society. She also enjoyed traveling. She is survived by her brother, George Frazer, Long Beach, Mississippi. Mrs. Frazer was preceded in death by her daughter, Patricia.
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February 11, 2021
Barbara was a very great person. We had fun talking about going to the casinos and her many travels. It was great her sharing her stories of her bed and breakfast days. She will be greatly missed.
February 11, 2021
I have known Barbara for several years, now. A very wonderful person. We both ended up in Florida in the same church. Didn't know each other when talking with her one day, we found out that we both lived in NJ. Then we also found out that we lived a stones throw away from each others homes in NJ. We then found out that we both went to the same high school, same church, movie theater and quite a number of other things. We just couldn't believe that all that time not knowing each other, we found each other just like we were related.
I am so sorry that she is gone. I will miss her very much.
February 10, 2021
I have known Barbara for only a short time, but I felt like I knew her
for a long time, as I found that we shared a lot of similar memories
growing up in the same neighborhood, in Brooklyn and later on in New Jersey.
She was a super person, and a fine lady, and we became very good friends.
I am very fortunate to have known her and been one of her friends.
I will miss our many lunches that we shared together with our other friends. I am so sorry for all the pain and suffering that she went through, but I am very happy that she is at peace now, with all her loved ones in Heaven