Leslie Burton Frazer

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ARLINGTON -- Leslie Burton "Les" Frazer, 53, passed away on Friday, Jan. 13, 2012. Celebration of life: 4 p.m. Tuesday at Lake Arlington Baptist Church, 2912 Little Road, Arlington, with Dr. Eric Herrstrom, Dr. David George and Rev. David Jenkins officiating. Visitation: The family will receive friends 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at Wade Family Funeral Home, 4140 W. Pioneer Parkway, Arlington. Memorials: Memorial gifts may be made to Children's Ministry, Lake Arlington Baptist Church, 2912 Little Road, Arlington, Texas 76016. Les was born on April 19, 1958, in Kansas City, Mo., to Lowell Burton Frazer and Juanita Owen Frazer. He graduated from Southwestern Theological Seminary in Fort Worth on May 14, 1982, and married on May 15, 1982, at Southcliff Baptist Church. Les was senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Scranton for 6 years and also pastored in churches in Kansas City and Lamar, Ark. A resident of Arlington for the past 12 years, he was a member of Lake Arlington Baptist Church and a second-grade teacher at Bowie Elementary school in Grand Prairie. He loved clowning ministry with balloons for Mission Arlington, block parties and church. His clown name was Tiny with his wife, Sweetie Pie. Les was a children's lay minister with Kids Rock at Lake Arlington Baptist Church on Sundays. He was preceded in death by his parents, Lowell and Juanita Frazer. Survivors: Wife, Kathy Estep Frazer; sons, Andrew Douglass Frazer and Timothy Aaron Frazer; sister, Lowella Eagan and husband, Roger; dogs, Riley and Timber; and a host of family and friends.

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  1. Dear Cathy, Andrew and Timothy:

    We share your grief. I just sent a message to Bro. Les a few days ago kidding him about Twinkies and his response was he would have to see if Little Debbie could fix him up!! Please email his obit to vwiggins@paris-express.com so people from Scranton and area can see it. The days and weeks ahead may be hard, but we will keep you in our prayers. We love you.

    Mickey Oates

  2. Les always left us with a smile on our face and a smile in our heart.
    It was a privledge to share a small part of his life and to know a
    true man after God’s own heart.

  3. Ms. Frazer and family,

    I want to express my deepest sympathy on the passing of your husband. Please take care and God Bless you and your family.

    Mr. Benninger

  4. My heart Broke to hear this news, I am so sorry for yalls loss. My prayers are with yall that God will give yall comfort in this time of loss. I have so many memories with Bro Les and his family, from church camp to trips to branson and Eureka Springs. He will always be remembered for the wonderful Godly man that he was, sorry that I can not be there, but my thoughts and prayers are with you.

  5. To; The Frazer Family:
    What a precious, precious man Les was. We have enjoyed the fellowship,and all the fun times. We loved having you spend the nights with us in White Hall. Also, the food you brought and shared when we were ill. Our prayers will continue to be with you in this loss. Heaven is more blessed today with Les being there.

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