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.