Condolence & Memory Journal

Don Frazier was a very fine man, educator and school leader. His legacy at Woodland School lives on in the students, teachers and parents who were fortunate enough to attend there during his tenure. Our sympathies to Sally and Anne and their extended family on his passing. Our family will remember him with love and much appreciation. God bless you all.

Posted by Jennifer and Rick Griffin - School   December 05, 2021

Don will be sorely missed. My condolences to his wife and family.

Posted by Josh Gadsden - Johns Island, SC - Friend   November 16, 2021

Sending our deepest condolences to Sally, Anne, Jeffrey, Annie, Jack and Family.
Don will always be remembered for his many contributions to his community, and his leadership in the schools where he taught. Don's love for God, his family and passion for life will live on in the hearts of all who were blessed to know him. Don loved Barium Springs Orphanage and all his brothers and sisters who lived there. May the Lord bless Don's family and keep them in His loving care.

Love and prayers,
Landrea J. Rhyne
Bill and Allen Johnson

Posted by Landrea Rhyne - statesville, NC - Family Friend   November 13, 2021

Don was so much more than a boss and mentor to me. His ability to effectively lead with kindness and compassion is something very few people can master. I will forever be grateful for Don's impact on my life, professionally and personally. My condolences to Sally, Anne & her family, and Annie, and all those who loved Don.

Posted by Jennifer Case Abrahamson - Nashville, TN - Friend   November 12, 2021

Thanks be to God that Don Frazier crossed my path in 1992. There aren't enough words to express how much he meant to me as his co-worker and as his friend. He was loved and respected by all. I shall miss our conversations that always began with, "Hey Boss" and ended with "Mrs. V"

Posted by Monica Vunk - Friend   November 12, 2021