- About Us
Norman FrazierJanuary 15, 1931 ~ July 16, 2017 (age 86)
Norman Darrell Frazier
Norman Darrell Frazier, 86 years old, of Osage Beach, Missouri, formerly of Milan, Missouri, passed away Sunday, July 16, 2017 at Lakeside Meadows in Osage Beach.
Norman was born January 15, 1931 in Milan, to Nelson and Mary (Morley) Frazier. On August 16, 1953, he married Martha (Reinhard) Frazier, she survives him.
Also surviving: three sons, Norman Kelly Frazier of Macks Creek, Missouri, Scott Nelson Frazier and wife Noelle of Osage Beach, and Barry Frazier and wife Mamie of Osage Beach; three grandsons, Marcus Frazier, Connor Frazier, and Craigen Frazier; one brother, Stanton Frazier and wife Ruby of Milan; two sisters, Amber Cannon of Des Moines, Iowa and Donna Sharp and husband Jim of Milan; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents.
Norman graduated from Milan High School, attended and graduated from Truman State University. After graduation Norman and Martha moved to Normal, Illinois to take teaching jobs, raising their three sons in Normal. Norman taught and coached in the Bloomington school system. Later in life he took a teaching job at Deland Weldon High School and was very successful as the head basketball coach. In 1984 he and Martha moved to Osage Beach and owned and operated the Osage Motor Inn, he also taught and coached at School of the Osage. Norman enjoyed fishing and really enjoyed collecting fishing rods and tackle. He took great pleasure in spending time with his caring grandsons, Marcus, Connor and Craigen. After many years of volunteer work with Lake Regional Hospital and the Lamb House, he stayed active with daily morning walks with his wife and true companion of 64 years. “We love you DaddyO”
Funeral services for Norman will be held 11:00 AM, Friday, July 21, 2017 at Schoene-Ruschmeier Funeral Home in Milan. Burial will follow at (Scobee Cemetery – will check) in Pollock, Missouri. A visitation is scheduled one hour prior to the service, starting at 10:00 AM at the funeral home.Memorial contributions are suggested to the Pollock Area Community Center for their roof replacement project.