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Virginia Jo (Fleming) Frazier
August 31, 1935 ~ December 3, 2022 (age 87) 87 Years Old
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On Saturday, December 3, 2022, Virginia Jo Frazier passed away in Rattan, Okla., the place where she was born, raised, graduated high school, and spent most of her life—a community she loved deeply. She was born on August 31, 1935, to Jonathan Thomas Fleming and Rolen Connally. She was the baby of 10 children. Virginia Jo worked as school secretary and treasurer for Rattan Public Schools for more than 30 years and was a member of Rattan First Baptist Church. She loved to listen to and sing gospel hymns, watch NBA basketball, drink coffee, read, cheer on the Rattan Rams at local sports events and support her community. Most of all, she loved people. She will be remembered by many as the ready source of a smile, kind and encouraging word, and a good hug. Virginia Jo was immensely proud of her extensive family. She was the wife of the late T.W. (Billy) Frazier, and is survived by their three children: Wayland Bruce Frazier of Rattan, Okla.; Elizabeth Ann Lawless and husband David Bruce Lawless of Rattan, Okla.; and Alicia Susan Frazier of Spring Branch, Texas. She is also survived by four grandchildren: Lacey Clay and husband Dan Clay of Sobol, Okla.; Dara McCoy and husband Jeremy McCoy of Calera, Okla.; Chantelle Standefer of Durant, Okla.; Jared Frazier and wife Kelli Frazier of Calera, Okla.; and four great grandchildren: Luke Clay, Olivia Clay, Katie McCoy, and Claire McCoy. Virginia Jo is also survived by a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends by whom she was well loved. She was preceded in death by her parents Tom and Rolen Fleming; her four brothers: Clyde Fleming, Clifton Fleming, Cecil Fleming, and Allen Fleming and five sisters: Nellie Westmoreland, Johnnie Bush, Mary Ellen Duncan, Dovie Dees, and Aubie Moore; and one son-in-law, Dale Standefer. All family, friends and community members are welcome to attend a memorial service in honor of Virigina Jo’s life, which will be held on Saturday, Dec. 10 at 2 p.m. at the Rattan First Baptist Church. Memorial services provided by Serenity Funeral Service in ANtlers, Oklahoma.