To all my loved ones that I am leaving behind. Don’t worry about me because my Heavenly Father has set me free. Please be forever grateful and thankful for the happiness we’ve shared. If my parting has left a void, then fill it with remembered joy. My life’s been full, I’ve savored much. This place was never meant to be a permanent home for any of us. Through all the pain and heartaches, give praises and honor to my Father for my fifty-seven years. Remember my amazing radiant smile and my love for all of my family and friends.
Cheryl Y. Frazier, born July 20, 1964 in Sumter, SC, was the daughter of Lillie Frazier and the late Alfonso Frazier. She was educated in Glynn County Schools and was a 1982 graduate of Glynn Academy.
An active member of Zion Baptist Church, Cheryl sang and was a pianist for the church until she left to attend college. She matriculated at St. Augustine College, Raleigh, NC, where she earned a degree in accounting. Following college, she located to Atlanta where she became a member of Elizabeth Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. Hightower.
Never one to be stymied by the idea of a difficult task, Cheryl set out to conquer the very rigorous CPA exam. In typical Cheryl fashion, she passed with flying colors and became a Certified Public Accountant. She was employed by Veterans’ Empowerment and Willie Watkins Funeral Home.
Cheryl was an Heir-O-Link, a Silver Star and Life Member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. She was affiliated with the Sigma Omega Omega Chapter, where she unselfishly served in many leadership positions.
A gifted soloist and pianist, she sang and played throughout the Atlanta area and was a guest soloist with the Atlanta Symphony.
Even as a young child, it was obvious that Cheryl was a caregiver. She always readily and without hesitation shared what she had with others. This trait continued into adulthood as was determined by the “Self-Appointed Care Giver Award” presented to her at the sorority’s regional meeting.
Cheryl Yvette Frazier departed this life on May 9, 2022. She was preceded in death by her father, Alfonso Frazier, and her uncle, Deacon John McKnight.
Cheryl leaves an empty space in the hearts of: her mother, Lillie Frazier of Brunswick, GA.; siblings, Daniel Frazier of Brunswick, GA and Frederick Frazier of Atlanta, GA; and a host of family and friends.
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