Mary Ellen Frazier was born in Hampton County, South Carolina on
May 23, 1952. She was the daughter of the late Willie Frazier and the
late Elizabeth Frazier Williams. Our heavenly Father called her home
to rest on Friday morning, October 16, 2020, surrounded by her
Sister, as she was affectionately known, received her education in the
public schools of Hampton County. She accepted Christ as her
personal savior at an early age and became a member of Goodwill
Baptist Church, where she attended faithfully until her health
Mary was preceded in death by her husband, Rudolph Bryant;
brother, Clyde Williams; sisters, Lucille Frazier, and Elizabeth
Mary had a heart of gold, compassionate, always caring for others, and giving unselfishly. Mary excelled in her various jobs: a loving
mother, beloved grandmother and great-grandmother, a faithful
relative and true friend. She was an excellent homemaker and
a wonderful cook. She was the backbone that guided and directed
those who came into her life.
She leaves to cherish her precious and unforgettable memories to five
loving daughters: Louise Bryant, Estill, SC; Elouise (Prince) Bostick,
Hampton, SC; Alice Frazier, Lena, SC; Elloree Frazier (Frank),
Nixville, SC; and Mellon Frazier, Estill, SC; three sons, Christopher
Frazier, James Badger, and Corey Frazier (Monae) all of Estill, SC;
three sisters; Maude Roberts, Fort Lauderdale, FL; Lula (Louis)
Newton, Furman, SC; and Gerry (Joseph) Cohen, Columbia, SC; two
brothers; Herbert Lee (Jackie) Garvin, Clayton, GA; and Willie
Frazier, Yonkers, NY; four aunts; Irene Williams, Yonkers, NY;
Elouise Wright, Atlanta, GA and Betty Gene Wilson, Savannah, GA;
and Earnestine Frazier, Fort Lauderdale, FL; one uncle; Jessie
Williams, Fort Lauderdale, FL; three sisters-in-law, Evelyn Williams,
Atlanta, GA; Rosa Lee Blake, Savannah, GA, and Laurie Frazier,
Gifford, SC; 20 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren, and host of
nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends, all of whom will miss
Mary Frazier 68, of Estill, SC made her transition from labor to reward on October 16, 2020.
A public viewing will be held on Friday, October 23 from 6-8 PM in the Legacy Chapel.
Graveside service will be held at Goodwill Baptist Church at 11 AM
Due to the covid 19 pandemic, all guests are required to wear a mask when entering the facility. We ask that you be considerate of others while viewing and practice social distancing, maintaining a distance of 6 feet apart, please refrain from lingering so that others may enter to sign the memorial booklet and view as well.
Please feel free to light a candle and sign the guestbook to show your expressions of love to the family.
Professional service entrusted to Legacy Funeral Home
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