In Memory of Susan L Frazier
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Susan L Frazier

  • Birth Date: May 18, 1957
  • Death Date: June 29, 2018

Biography:

Susan Lorain Frazier, 61, passed away on Friday, June 29, 2018, in Ft Smith, AR.

Funeral services will be Friday, July 6, 2018, at 10am in The Sequoyah Memorial Chapel of the Forever Memories Funeral Service, 463505 Hwy 101, Sallisaw. Interment will follow in the Sallisaw Cemetery with the Pastor Johnny Flute officiating.



Susan was born on May 18, 1957 in Claremore, OK to Thomas and Ruby (Murphy) Frazier.

She grew up in Pawhuska with her brother and sisters before moving to Sallisaw.



She was genuine, made everyone feel welcome (never met a stranger) and enjoyed the presence of friends and family. Susan was playful and had a special place in her heart for all children. She also worked for many years as a cook and was a member of the Cherokee Nation.



Susan is survived by three daughters; Shelia Couffer of Vian, Amanda Couffer of Sallisaw, April Frazier of Sallisaw; two sons, Christopher Couffer of Sallisaw, Shawn Stanford of Ark City, KS; three sisters, Sandra Terhune of Muskogee, Dana Terhune of Ft. Smith, Valerie Strickland and her husband, Willie of Sallisaw; one brother, Thomas Frazier of Greenwood, MO; nineteen grandchildren, Michael, Brailey, Darrean, Hailey, Jazmine, Lilly, Colton, Aloe, Kelly Mae, Riley, Skyla, Kalip, Breanna, Darrell, Austin, Jarred, Cameron, Kelsey, Whitney; and seventeen great grandchildren.



She was preceded in death by her parents; and son, Jonathan Couffer.





Services are under the direction of the Forever Memories Funeral Service, Sallisaw.

Message from Teresa

Amanda Sheila April
I'm so sorry for your lose ur mom was an awesome woman u girls are in my prayers

Message from Jackie

I am so blessed to have known you and had you in my life for the past year and a half and to have become family. I can never thank you enough for giving me the greatest gift to love and spend the rest of my life with... Your son. Thank you for welcoming me with open arms when the world forgot me. Thank you for making me laugh, giving me advice, helping me and making me realize that life is always okay to be alright, especially if you can crack up about the good and bad things. I am honored to be a part of your family and to have had the time I did to get to know you. No one can ever replace the joy and laughter and love you brought to everyone. I love you Susie. May you rest peacefully on God's golden shores... Until we meet again.

To The Family:
I am so sorry that this is as close as I can get to y'all right now but know that my prayers for comfort, healing and understanding are constant. I can't imagine the pain and hole this has left but This To Shall Pass... Although is may seem like a living hell... Jesus has a special purpose that he needed her for and now she is no longer in pain or suffering, but peacefully smiling down, watching over us all, waiting until the day we meet again. My deepest condolences and prayers are with you. I love and miss you y'all!

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