Donald Frazee

Donald Wayne Frazee

Saturday, January 14th, 1939 - Tuesday, December 29th, 2020
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DONALD WAYNE FRAZEE passed away on Tuesday, December 29. He was born in Houston, Texas on January 14, 1939 to the late Donald B. Frazee of Houston and the late Lois Lanzer of Pomona Park. He was educated in the Houston Schools. After high school, Donald joined the Navy and was ultimately stationed at the Naval Air Station in Jacksonville. It was there that he met and married his wife of 61 years, Phyllis Register Frazee.
In late 1960 they moved to Houston where he worked as a welder. In 1972, 12 years and two children later, they returned to Florida and Putnam County where he worked as a welder and general contractor until his retirement in 2000.
Donald’s hobbies were golfing and travel. He was a member of Oaks Golf Course in Fruitland for many years. He and Phyllis enjoyed many trips, traveling to most of the states, including Hawaii and Alaska.
Donald was a member of First Baptist Church in Pomona Park.
Besides his wife, Phyllis he is survived by a son, Greg Frazee of Russellville, Arkansas; a daughter, Beverly (Lavon) McDaniel of Gainesville; seven grandchildren, Tyler, Lucas (Kara) and Nicolle Frazee of Arkansas, Logan McDaniel of Gainesville, and Paul, Brandon and Carrie McDaniel, all of Lake City. He is also survived by a brother, Mike Lanzer and a sister, Diane Lanzer-Ham both of Pomona Park. Surviving also are two special cousins, Jeannene Andrus and Janice Frank, both of Houston.
Visitation will be held at 10:00 AM on Saturday, January 9th followed by memorial services at First Baptist Church of Pomona Park with Pastor Gary Munson presiding. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be sent to First Baptist Church of Pomona Park, P. O. Box 505, Pomona Park, Florida 32181.
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    Saturday, January 9th, 2021 | 11:00am
    Saturday, January 9th, 2021 11:00am
    First Baptist Church of Pomona Park
    112 Holly Ave.
    POMONA PARK, FL 32181
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    Pastor Gary Munson


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Ken Easterling

Posted at 11:50am
I was saddened to hear about Don. I considered him a friend for over 30 years. He was someone you could always depend on no matter the circumstances or risk. He was a very talented guy and one who would role up his sleeves and help his community.

Don was a valued member of the Pomona Park - Lake Como fire Department for many years and was instrumental in getting the Pomona Park fire station built where it stands today. Without Don, it wouldn't be there. I remember Don on fire scenes always ready, capable and prepared to do what needed to be done. His presence was felt by all his fellow firefighters.

Don was an exceptional welder. To say otherwise would be an understatement. He once told me about welding on charged gas pipelines while working for Brown and Root Corp. in Texas. A scary thing to do for most but not Don. Don was just that kind of guy. Years ago he certified all the welding on the new Palatka memorial bridge while it was under construction. No small task.

Phyllis, our condolences to you and the entire family. He was a special person.

RIP Don.

Ken and Gladys Easterling
St. Augustine

Tomile and David Adlong and Family

Posted at 11:31pm
Tyler and family,. We are so very sorry for your loss. We will be praying for you all. May Gods peace surround you during this time.
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