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C. S. Lewis

Kirra Frazier

Sunday, June 21, 1953
Tuesday, December 4, 2018
Tacoma, Washington
Service Information: 
The memorial service for Kirra will be held on Saturday, January 19, 2PM Christ Church of Bellingham, 2826 Birchwood Ave, Bellingham, WA, 98225

Kirra Frazier, born in Tacoma, was raised in Bellingham, WA. She worked for 45 years as a cosmetologist both in her home and  through several of the salons in Bellingham.

Kirra touched the lives of many, many people. She had a gift for identifying with people, for accepting people without judgement, and for her willingness to shower people with a selfless love. Kirra was abundantly gifted by the Lord Jesus Christ, and provided hospitality where she prepared lavish meals just so she could hear about others' lives and freely share her own. Kirra openly shared common struggles with her guests. She honored, nurtured, encouraged, and provided a refuge in her home. In the name of Christ, she and husband Ron committed their home to being a refuge and a place of safety to anyone who came. Kirra prepared literally thousands of meals for people, whether for strangers or for the church who came there to study and worship. And every table was carefully laid and adorned with flower arrangements usually picked from the gardens. Kirra was also a a proud mother and Nana, and she loved her children and grand children without measure.

She is survived by her husband Ron; children Heath Frazier and Whitney Frazier; twin grandsons River and Sekai Cuperis; grandchildren Olive, Penelope, and Atticus Frazier; sisters Kathleen (Fraser) Roland and spouse, Nan (Fraser) Mullen and spouse, and Jenny (Fraser) Potzler and spouse; and numerous nieces and nephews.

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Submitted by Tamra on

Please accept my condolences to your family. I hope that God’s promise of the resurrection brings you comfort during this very difficult time. 

(Acts 24:15)

Submitted by Cherie A Vance on

Ron, family and friends...I am so thankful that God gave us such a bright, shining reflection of His love in precious Kirra!  I will remember her warm hospitality, how she listened so attentively and compassionately,  her laughter and sunshine smile, her dancing heart and laughing eyes.  How I loved our potlucks, white elephant parties and sweet times of fellowship and prayer!  She will remain in my heart until we see her again, when we get HOME to be with Jesus and our loved ones.  You are all in my prayers...that The Holy Spirit will pour out His comfort in your hearts and minds, and wash over you with His peace.  Much love, Cherie Vance

Submitted by Dennis & Bonnie... on

Ron & family - our sweet sister in the Lord is now with our Father in heaven.  May you be at peace.  We will miss your love and bright personality always.  Ron, we love you brother and pray for God's love to surround you and your family during this very sad time.  Know that you are loved.  We have always felt the presence of Jesus in the little yellow house.  Thank you for allowing us to share precious moments....forever in our hearts.

Submitted by Ridgely Hoyt-Wh... on

Ron, I’m in shock and my heart breaks for you and your wonderful family.  Kiarra was one of my “spiritual heroes”.  She just never stopped talking about the Lord and lived her faith in such an active and impactful way.  In glory at last, so hard for those of us still waiting His call.  But we rest in the knowledge that we will meet again.  Blessings to you.  She was such a special lady.

Submitted by Donna King Ross on

To the Fraser and Frazier families, My prayers of peace and strength to all of you during this hard season in your lives.

Knowing Kirra all of my life, I find comfort in the memories of my childhood , she is the first person I ever knew with a worn out Bible!!!  Meeting her again in adulthood has been such a blessing recognizing her relationship with Christ. Nan, Jenny and Kathleen, I see my beloved childhood family is growing smaller, I thank God for each and every one of you and the impact you have all had on my life; from Broadway church to the Firs to Bayside Rd! Love you all. Xoxoxo Donna

Submitted by Louise Mapham on

I can't say anything that will make y'all feel better.  So sad.  Wonderful woman.  

Submitted by Meg Brotnov on

Love you Kirra. The years spent in the salon as you talked and cut my hair were therapeutic to me. Your love for Jesus shone through you. Rest in the arms of Jesus and we will see each other again. May the peace of Christ surround your family and comfort them in this time of grief.

Submitted by Kim Kuhn on

Ron and family:. I'm so very sorry for your loss. Kirra was a kind and very spiritual person. May the Lord bless thee and keep thee, may the Lord make HIS face shine upon thee. The world was a better place because of you Kirra...you will be missed..

Submitted by Cilicia on

Kirra was a beautiful light of Gods love, we will miss her contagious smile and the joy she brought wherever she went.  It was wonderful seeing her loving on her grandchildren so deeply and my heart hurts for the family she left behind. I am so sorry for the pain you are feeling from this great loss, but my Prayer is that you would be comforted while you grieve knowing she is present with her Father.

You lived and loved well.

Rest In Peace sweet Kirra.  ♥️

Submitted by Richard & Linda... on

Ron, we are so saddened to hear of Kirra’s passing so quickly, and our hearts grieve with you. Kirra showered love on us as long as we knew her, and she will be sorely missed. We’re grateful though that she didn’t suffer long, and we know she is in a wonderful place with Jesus. You and the family are in our prayers. God love and bless you all.

Submitted by Jan Richart on

I was sorry n upset to hear of Kirra's death. I had hoped to reconnect. I remember our times at BSF, playing with the kids when they were young and our annual couples dinner s and Harrison trips. I will be praying and reconnect with u after things settle down. I bet she's having a great time in heaven with Jesus.

Submitted by Doug Wright on

Ron, my heart hurts for you as I know that you love Kirra dearly. I love that she is with our Lord & Saviour, but I hurt for you none the less. So sorry that our lives have taken different paths over the years and we are not a close as at one time, but it does not diminish the love that I have for you. You have been and always will be a dear friend and brother in Christ. I love you and will pray for your difficult days. Love in Christ ✝️...Doug 

Submitted by Ron on

Thank you Doug. Please contact me. Same land line -- 360-733-4098

Submitted by Tom Howard on

Ron and Family,

I’m very sad to learn of your loss. I grew up across the street from her parents. I remember  her as kind, happy, and generous. I’m privileged to have known her 

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