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Estel Lee "Charlie" Frazier
July 1, 1945 ~ October 20, 2023 (age 78) 78 Years Old
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Estel Lee Frazier, 78, of Doylestown, passed away peacefully at his home on
Friday, October 20, 2023. He was born in Wayne County, West Virginia on
July 1, 1945, to the late Charles and Dulcie (Lowe) Frazier, both of Pritchard,
West Virginia. He married the love of his life, Connie Lou Frazier (Baker) on
April 3, 1965, and she survives.
Estel is also survived by his three children David (Janet) Frazier of Rittman,
Tammy Hatfield of Sterling, and Beverly (Rob) Gable of Rittman; siblings
Karen Adkins of Wooster, Ava Adkins of Lexington, Kentucky, and Mary
Downey Silva of Marion, Kentucky; grandchildren Brent Hatfield, Brittany
(Ron) Hatfield, Logan Frazier, Morgan Frazier, Sydney Gable, Katelyn Gable,
and Madyson Gable; great-grandchildren Rylee, Braxlee, Liam, and Andrew;
and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and loving friends and neighbors. In
addition to his beloved Granny, Mary Elizebeth Lowe of Pritchard, West
Virginia, he was preceded in death by his parents; siblings, James Frazier,
Thelma Rowe, Eunice Harmon, Verlin Adkins, and Lois Frazier; and
granddaughter, Samantha Frazier.
Estel, known as “Charlie” by many, worked at Crown Steel Products, formerly
Crown Fiberglass in Orrville for 30 years where he was a tow motor operator
and goofed off a lot, retiring when the shop closed in 1995. He thoroughly
loved being a husband, father, and grandfather. Beyond Connie, his passions
were working on and detailing cars early in his life, and later in life he
enjoyed crafting decorative birdhouses and tinkering outside. Married to
Connie for 58 years, he loved going for long drives, getting coffee together,
going to parks, and Saturday nights dancing with his beloved wife.
The family will receive friends from noon to 2 p.m. on Friday, October 27 at
Murray Funeral Home in Creston. A private funeral service for the family
will follow, with Pastor Bud Olszewski officiating, and a celebration of life
will be planned for a later time.
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