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Noel 07/26/1968
Funeral services for Noel G. Frazier, 66, who died Friday, July 26, 1968, of an apparent heart attack, at Collins Memorial Hospital.

Services were held July 30, from Bybee & Davis funeral home with Rev. James W. Dendler officiating. Masonic services were under suspices of Oriental Lodge 61, AF & AM Tadmor Chapter.

Burial was in Graceland cemetery with military honors accorded by Baty-Tucker Post 168, American Legion.

Paul-bearers were Kenneth King, Joseph Cameron, Robert Smith, Robert Flahetty, M.E. Ridlen, Keith Baker, Walter Reams.

Noel G., son of George and Elizabeth Frazier, was born Jan. 23, 1909.

He graduated from Knoxville High School and on August 8, 1922 was united in marriage to Lois Davis.

He was a building contractor for many years and for the past 15 years had been an inspector of the Federal Housing Administration. He also served on the city water board for some 20 years.

During WWII, he was Chief Petty Officer with the Sea Bees in the Pacific theater, He was a member of the United Methodist Church, Royal Arch Masons, Knights Templar, Za-Ga-Zig Temple, Shrine Club, Odd Fellows Lodge, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and Baty-Tucker Post 168, American Legion, serving as past commander following WWII.

His parents; wife, Lois; one brother, and one sister preceded him in death.

Surviving are his daughter and her husband, Barbara and Norman Miller of Des Moines two grandchildren; one brother, Byron Frazier; and one sister Leila Morse, Knoxville