OBITUARY

Michael Dee Frazier

September 14, 1965September 6, 2018
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On September 6, 2018 Michael was taken from us in unexpected circumstances that shocked all his family and friends. Michael was born in Yakima on September 14, 1965. He was raised in Washington State. He was the second of four brothers. Michael was raised on a farm in Moxee City for six years. It gave him and his siblings a chance to stay with family while his father continued to serve our country. He moved to Yakima and attended Davis High School. Mike was known around the valley as a caring and quiet man.

He liked fishing and camping with his nephews, cousins and family. He loved fishing at the Priest Rapids Dam his father and brothers. He enjoyed hanging out and celebrating with his friends and family. He struggled through his adulthood but he kept his pride to keep trying to live life. His support from friends and family helped and encouraged him.

He is survived by his brothers: Jamie (Isabel Barron) Frazier, Leon K. Frazier, and Dominic (Leona) Frazier. He was preceded in death by his Sister Rita, Mother, Kyioko Sato, and Father Elmer Frazier.

Visitation will be at Keith and Keith on Friday September 14th from 4-8pm and Funeral Service will be Saturday September 15th, 2018 at Keith & Keith Funeral Home at 11am with a Graveside Service following at Tahoma Cemetery.

To share a memory of Michael, please visit www.keithandkeith.com

  • FAMILY

  • He is survived by his brothers: Jamie (Isabel Barron) Frazier, Leon K. Frazier, and Dominic (Leona) Frazier.

    He was preceded in death by his Sister Rita, Mother, Kyioko Sato, and Father Elmer Frazier.
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Codie Frazier
  • Dominic Frazier
  • Jamie Frazier
  • Tomie Frazier
  • Leon Frazier
  • Nicholas Zumwalt
  • Bruce Frazier, Honorary
  • Ryan Shields, Honorary

Services

  • Visitation Friday, September 14, 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, September 15, 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, September 15, 2018
  • Graveside Service Saturday, September 15, 2018
REMEMBERING

Michael Dee Frazier

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Elaine Asato

September 15, 2018

I remember when I first met Mike it was at Barge Lincoln's playground. He was teaching his dog Caesar how to go up and down on the slide. I was asking him questions about Caesar and we just hung out and talked for hours like we always knew each other. We became best friends during our teenage years and our friendship continued throughout our adulthood. Years would go by and when we saw each other again we would just continue where we left off. Mike was a caring and giving person. He will be missed by many friends.
My heart goes out to Mike's family and friends. Life is a gift from God. We are as embryos in this World's womb growing and preparing to be born once again into Eternal Life.
Mike, until we meet again.

Kevin Treddenbarger

September 14, 2018

I met Mike in the early 90s Mike and his dad lived in the back of my house in the garage.where they introduced me to Leon and Barb and kids.they used to come over and swim and BBQ.they I met DJ.next thing I was pushed into taking the wolf puppies which I kept for 12 yrs.met Jamie once remember Mike going to the Hyde plant with DJ.then moved from yakima took Mike to Kingston.he lived with me in Port orchard.mike always liked to be around friends and family always was good hearted.loved to be around family and friends.remember going fishing and being like a brother.my heart goes out to the family I will always love him and miss him god be with you.

Gary Jennings

September 14, 2018

I have known mike since 7 th grade .Mike was my friend .He was a very good guy .Mike had a very good heart .God bless you mike and your family

Crystal Gresham

September 14, 2018

Mike was a family friend of ours when I was a child. I spent a lot of time with my uncle Kevin who was very close to him in the 90’s . I remember he was such a funny guy. Always made me laugh as a kid. He liked old rock n roll, and would singing in an off key voice to make me giggle. My heart goes out to his family.

Lori Thomas

September 13, 2018

Mike stayed at my place for a while in kingston wa. He was a good friend and his family will be in my heart god bless and be with you all
Lori Treddenbarger
Kevins sister
Going to miss you Mike love ya

J Frazier

September 12, 2018

It just hurts to talk about the memories that I have with my brother. But I do know he's in the hands of the Lord now. He is looking down on us and making sure that as four brothers we are still together no matter where we're at. I know one thing that I'm proud of. He is our brother to many other friends and family.

DJ Frazier

September 12, 2018

I always had a special place in my heart for Mike as his little brother. I always wondered were Mike was at when he wasn't playing with us. He was quiet and you would've thought I would not have noticed but I did. That would continue as we both got older. Mike was caring quiet and had a smile that made you want to smile with him. When he would come to visit I would usually instigate some banter to get him to start talking and once he did he would always give me some of my own medicine back and then the laughing would start. Mike loved pets (my dogs and cats) as he always gave them plenty of attention during any visits. Of course if you knew Mike this was no secret from the time Mike was young. I just want my brother Mike to know how much he meant to me and if I could get 5 more minutes with him I would have let him know. I will be looking forward to seeing him on the otherside. God Bless "BRO" as he would call me from time to time. We will meet again but this time we will have tons more fun... GUARANTEED!

LINDA JACKSON

September 10, 2018

I REMEMBER MICHAEL AS A TEENAGER..HE WAS BEST FRIENDS WITH MY DAUGHTER ELAINE...HE WAS AT OUR HOUSE QUITE A BIT VISITING...LIKED TO JUST HANG OUT THERE ..HE WAS A WELL MANNERED QUIET KID...I THINK WHAT DREW HIM TO ELAINE AND BRENDA WAS BECAUSE HE FELT WELCOME AT OUR HOUSE AND ALSO MAYBE BECAUSE MY GIRLS WERE HALF JAPANESE ...THEIR DAD WAS JAPANESE...MIKE ALSO HAD A JAPANESE MOTHER...SO SORRY FOR THE FAMILY RIGHT NOW..AND FOR THEIR LOSS..PRAYERS AND BEST WISHES ...HE IS IN THE ARMS OF THE LORD NOW...GOD BE WITH YOU..

Brenda Asato

September 10, 2018

Im sorry about the loss of Mike, your brother. He has been a friend since childhood and the first one of us gone. Reminding us when we were kids also a reminder that those days are forever gone and we are hitting new markers in our lives.
My mom would like to give her condolences also and Elaine, my sister, who was Mikes bestt friend as teenagers.
They both have bn posting pictures and clipts on facebook in his memory.
Will there be a funeral or memorial? Im sure most of his old friends will be there.

FROM THE FAMILY

Biography

On September 6, 2018 Michael was taken from us in unexpected circumstances that shocked all his family and friends. Michael was born in Yakima on September 14, 1965. He was raised in Washington State. He was the second of four brothers. Michael was raised on a farm in Moxee City for six years. It gave him and his siblings a chance to stay with family while his father continued to serve our country. He moved to Yakima and attended Davis High School. Mike was known around the valley as a caring and quiet man.

He liked fishing and camping with his nephews, cousins and family. He loved fishing at the Priest Rapids Dam his father and brothers. He enjoyed hanging out and celebrating with his friends and family. He struggled through his adulthood but he kept his pride to keep trying to live life. His support from friends and family helped and encouraged him.

He is survived by his brothers: Jamie (Isabel Barron) Frazier, Leon K. Frazier, and Dominic (Leona) Frazier. He was preceded in death by his Sister Rita, Mother, Kyioko Sato, and Father Elmer Frazier.