Jeffrey Frazier

August 12, 1968January 6, 2019

It is with great sadness that the family of Charles Jeffrey Frazier, Age 50, announces his passing on January 6, 2019 at Halifax Hospital in Daytona Beach, FL. Jeff was born August 12, 1968 in Baltimore, Maryland to Charles and Terrie Frazier. He graduated from Patapsco High School in 1986. From 1987-1991, Jeff attended the University of Maryland in College Park. After College, Jeff moved to Port Orange, FL with his Family. He enjoyed making friends and he loved to make others laugh with his great sense of humor. Jeff embraced life to the fullest. A few of his interest were traveling, NASCAR, trivia, sports of all kinds, especially golf. Jeff’s favorite teams were the Redskins and the Orioles. He also loved to cook and he would get joy in preparing food for his family. Jeff owned an Italian restaurant next to the beach where his cooking skills came to life. The highlight of Jeff’s life was his trip to Europe where he toured France, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, and England. Jeff will be remembered forever for his kind, generous, caring, and loving heart. Jeff was preceded in death by his father Charles Frazier. He is survived by his loving mother Terrie Frazier, of Port Orange, FL; brother, Michael Frazier, of Wallingford, CT; sister in law, Kimberly Frazier, of Wallingford, CT; aunts Deborah Rest, of Ocala, FL and Gloria Frazier, of Odenton, MD; cousins, Michele Rest, of San Diego, CA and Kevin Rest, of Reading, PA, niece, Kate Frazier, of Wallingford, CT; nephew, Kyle Frazier, of Wallingford, CT; and numerous friends. All those that knew and loved him will dearly miss Jeff

The family is planning a Celebration of Life service to honor Jeff at a later date.


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Robin May

January 17, 2019

The memories I have of you bring happiness and joy. Your parents gave me my first job,, watching you and Mike. I enjoyed watching you both, helping with homework, putting dinner in the oven, selling snowballs and watching you play. My parents always had the big Christmas parties and you are always part of them. Then you followed in my footsteps and became a Terp! You were at my wedding and got to see me become a mom. I will always think of you as the adorable blond hair sweet boy. You are pain free and rejoicing with your dad and my parents. Love you always,

Tricia Scudiero

January 17, 2019

As I’m telling people who knew you or have never met you,what you did in your life after you were diagnosed,they are amazed,what an inspiration and mentor to live each day as it may be your last.good for you for putting quality to your life when quanity wasn’t given to you. Now as far as memory I have of you,you were the biggest flirt I have ever met ..,,but you did it in such a respectful way..You made me feel as if I was a woman who deserved attention at a time when I didn’ will be in my nightly prayers forever. Love ,Tricia

Debby Jackson

January 17, 2019

Jeff and I shared the same birthday. We celebrated many times over the years. August 12th will never be the same but will always remember you that day for the rest of my life. Till we meet again.

Dan McCann

January 17, 2019

Jeff, I remember being the new guy trying out for Baseball at Patapsco and you were there joking around with me and making me feel comfortable because I was so nervous not knowing anyone. You always made me laugh, and in your own way you could change everybody's mood for the better. I know you are in a better place now. See you on that Baseball Diamond in the Sky.

Rachel Gwinn

January 17, 2019

Jeff, it was truly my pleasure to take care of you during your time on dialysis.
You were definitely one of my favorites patients, ever.
May you Rest In Peace.

Mindy Kiel-Rogers

January 17, 2019

Jeff, I have known your for probably 45 years. Although we havent spoken in many years, I still have great memories. I remember playing ball at "the corner", hanging in the alley, getting snowballs and basically living the carefree life that all children should. It hurts my heart to hear you were sick for a long time. Your strength and perseverance does not shock me. I am sure humor helped a bit too. God has taken you and thus taken away your pain. May you rest easy.

Shannon Benson

January 17, 2019

Jeff, I am so sad to hear of your passing. I remember how fun you were on the bus to basketball games. I enjoyed talking golf with you and your witty and hilarious comments. I’m glad you are not struggling with your health anymore, but will truly miss you. Rest easy!

Justina Waterman

January 17, 2019

Jeff, words can not express how much you meant to everyone in your life. Wether you realized it or not, you touched the hearts of so many in your own special way. I remember meeting you at Kim's store when I first started. We all became friends so fast and you both taught me a lot while I was there. Even when I had to leave bc of my dad, you stayed in contact with me. I came back later on in a new store and was told you'd be there with me. I was also told that we were not aloud to goof around when we worked together. There was a long pause and then we started laughing because we knew that wasn't possible lol. Even after our working together days came to an end we stayed in contact. I remember you telling me you were done with treatments bc you wanted to out live your expectations doing all the things you wanted and loved to do. And you had done just that!! You surprised us all and showed us what a real fighter looks like. You never gave up on yourself and your happiness. You will truly be missed by so many but you will forever be remembered. R.I.P my friend

Colin Stewart

January 17, 2019

Wow Jeff, Sorry to hear about your passing. There are so many childhood memories from Charlesmont, to cub scouts, to little league baseball, I don't even know where to start. You always had a smile and were ready for a good laugh. The words to truely describe you are just too hard find right now. One thing that does come to mind is a comment you put on FB sometime ago about living years past some doctors prognosis and showing him just how tough Dundalk boys are. Even though you're gone now, I'm sure you went down swinging like ones of us true Dundalk boys. God speed my old friend.

Michele Rest

January 17, 2019

Jeff –
You truly made the world a better place. We had so many fun times – from our many antics at College Park (The Cellar, happy hours at the Holiday Inn, parties at Leonardtown) to Daytona (dart games, Ocean Deck and Bike Week) to Philadelphia – I will always be proud to be your embarrassing cousin.

It seems like only yesterday when you came to Philly to surprise me for my 40th birthday. The room was full of family and friends – reminiscing about the good old days – including our time at Maryland. I’m so thankful that we got to spend time together over Thanksgiving…again reminiscing about your trips to Philly…our time at Maryland.

You have always been there for your family and friends. Whenever someone needed help, you would always be there!

I take great solace in knowing that you are up there in heaven catching up with family, having some beer, eating pizza (your favorite) and chatting up some hot chicks.
See you on the other side.