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Lula Frazier

Lula Frazier


Aug 13, 2019


Visitation 11-1 Friday at W.T. Shumake & Daughters Funeral Home 3815 Newburg Road. Funeral to follow at 1pm. Burial Petersburg-Newburg Cemetery.

Lula Mae Frazier was born in Louisville, Kentucky on March 7, 1959 to the late Odell Langford and Mary J. (Watts) Frazier. She graduated from New Albany High, New Albany, Indiana. She later continued her education in Culinary Arts at Sullivan University, and was a graduate of the Class of 1992. She was employed as a Cook at Norton’s Hospital and later at James Taylor Nursing Home, both in Louisville, Kentucky. Lula was the type of person who never met a stranger. She loved everybody, and was loved by all who knew her. She also loved the children and was always looking out for the neighborhood kids. She would throw a BBQ cookout together in in a heartbeat, and everyone would migrate together at her house. One of her greatest passions was being a part of a Motorcycle Club. Although, Lula never actually joined a club, she showed how proud and committed she was by making sure she had her Motorcycle Vest, and any other gear they wore. She was also an avid lover of the Blues, and had a great passion for gardening. Her front yard, porch and steps was lined with all types of plants and flowers. One year she received an award for the “Best Yard” in Beecher Terrace. Her favorite flower was a rose. Lula was preceded in death by her parents: Odell Langford and Mary J. (Watts) Frazier, three brothers: James Odell Frazier, Andrew Frazier and Arthur Leon Frazier, sr.; and one sister: Sheryl Watkins. She leaves to cherish her memories one daughter: China L. Frazier; one don: David D. Gaines, II. Four sisters: Elizabeth Wells, Brenda Frazier, Barbara Weatherly and Nancy Robinson, two brothers: Robert (Celeste) Frazier, and Marvin (Ruth) Frazier, one granddaughter: Haislynn Gaines, two additional sisters in-law: Debora Keelyn and Harvetta Evrett-Frazier, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends.

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