Donald  Frazeur

Obituary of Donald R. Frazeur

Donald R. Frazeur, a life long resident of Woodbury, New Jersey, went home to be with the Lord on Saturday, March 21, 2020.  He was 86.
Donald was a long time member of 26 years to the First Baptist Church in Woodbury where was a Deacon, leader of the Christian Service Brigade, along with his wife, Ethel, was involved with Children's Ministries, member of the choir, and a member of the orchestra where he played the trombone.  He was also a 27 year member of the Haddon Heights Baptist Church.  Don was the Adult Sunday School Class President.
Don was currently a member of the Community Bible Church in Barrington.  He was a member of the choir and an avid tract ministry distributor.  Don was involved on the board during the 1970's with the Gloucester County Christian School as Treasurer. 

Donald started his career as a Clerk with the Pennsylvania Rail Road in 1953 and retired from Conrail in 1994.  After retirement, he and his wife, Ethel, spent time traveling throughout the United States.  He enjoyed bird watching and walking.

He is the beloved husband of the late Ethel (nee Wilson); devoted father of Donald W. Frazeur (Barbara), Donna Archut (Richard) and Nancy Waite (Mark); loving grandfather to 15 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren; dear brother to the late David Frazeur (Barbara) and Daniel Frazeur (Joyce).  Don is also survived by many nieces, nephews and extended family members and friends. 
Farewell Tribute
Due to the current National Health Crisis; Donald's Funeral will be private for his immediate family. Arrangements under the direction of the McGUINNESS FUNERAL HOME, Woodbury & Washington Twp.

 In lieu of flowers memorial contributions in Donald's name may be made to The Ocean City Tabernacle at or CBM Ministries of S. Alabama, Inc., Attention: Miss Barb Shearer  363 Victory Circle, Samson, AL 36477
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