Henderson S. Frazier, Jr., 77, of Virginia Beach died on Tuesday, March 12, 2002 in his home.
Born in Buena Vista, Virginia to the late Henderson S. and Helen Frazier, he retired from the Norfolk and Portsmouth Belt Line Railroad as a locomotive engineer after 45 years of service and was a life member of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. H.S. was a veteran of WWII serving in the Army Transportation Corps and was a licensed pilot, an avid saltwater fisherman and collector of Civil War relics. He was formerly a member of the National Railroaders Camping Association, Sons of Confederate Veterans and the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary.
With a zest for life, H.S. and Marianne traveled wherever the road led them, to Alaska, Canada, Mexico and even Newfoundland and Labrador.
He is survived by his wife and soul mate of 52 years, Marianne K. Frazier; son, David B. Frazier and his wife, Teresa, daughter, Elizabeth Anne Humphries and her husband, Brian, and three granddaughters, Jennifer Anne, Melissa Ann and Kristina Marie Frazier.
A Celebration of his life will be held on Friday, March 15, 2002 at 10:00am in Altmeyer Funeral Home, Virginia Beach Chapel.
The family welcomes donations to the American Heart Association or The Nature Conservancy, Virginia Chapter 490, Westfield Road, Charlottesville, Virginia 22901-1642.
Condolences may be sent to the family at altmeyer.com
Dear Marianne: Even though I haven’t seen Junie recently, I shall miss him. I always enjoyed visiting you all at your home and he was always welcomed me. It was fun looking at all of your souvenirs and treasures from your trips. Also enjoyed the tea, coffee, sandwiches, and “fatty goodies”. Love and prayers, Shirley
Dear Mrs. Frazier,
Thank you for your card, kind words and inclusion of me in your thoughts at such a difficult time. Dr. Bissell and I were saddened to hear of Mr. Frazier’s passing. We know that one day, your grief will be replaced by fond memories that bring only smiles and loving thoughts. Thank you also for your courage and enduring support during his time of need. I can only hope to have such a loving family when my time of need comes.
Our thoughts are with you,
David P. Blais MD
Henderson always had a warm smile and a laugh to share, even at the dentist’s office! It is with fondness that we remember him today and always. Love, Patty and all the staff at Dr. Gore’s office.
It was nice to hear more about my Grandad from others at his service Friday morning. I feel like i learned a little more about my Grandad. He will be greatly missed. Love u too Nan.
I admire your wit and your humor. You are a very special lady and I know that your husband was blessed. The bible says that he that has found a wife, has found a great thing. The time that you and H.S. have shared I know will be treasured forever. Thank you for allowing me the time and opportunity to serve you. May God Bless You.
Sincerely, Tracy Bradshaw
Our deepest and most sincere condolences to the Frazier family.
To Mr. Frazier: On your final voyage to ever lasting peace we bid you Fair Winds and Following Seas.
God Bless You,
Lewis & Irene Reyna
1212 Beaver Creek Court
Va Beach, VA 23464
Friends of the Frazier family through aquaintence with Mr. Frazier’s daughter Elizabeth and her husband Brian.