Frazier, Joseph L

Joseph Lee Frazier, 90, of Kenova, W.Va. passed away Sunday, January 31, 2021 at his residence. Funeral service will be conducted 11:00 A.M. Wednesday, February 3, 2021 at Rollins Funeral Home. Joe was born June 26, 1930 in Wayne, W.Va. a son of the late Boyd and Louie Clay Frazier. He was a retired Police Chief from the Town of Ceredo where he served until 1994 and also a retired Millwright from Local 1519. Most people came to know Joe as the local lawn mower repairman who would tinker in his garage most days. He was a 50 year member of the Kenova Masonic Lodge #110 AF & AM whose members will conduct graveside rites. Joe was loved and admired by many and will be greatly missed. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his loving wife Beatrice “Honey” Frazier and beloved dog Buddy. He is survived by three daughters Sandra Lee Hammock, Shiela Perry (Bob) and Sheri Clendenen (Kendall); a host of grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Visitation will be 6:00-8:00 P.M. Tuesday, February 2, 2021 at Rollins Funeral Home. Social distancing and masks will be required. Online condolences may be expressed at

4 Replies to “Frazier, Joseph L”

  1. Prayers for peace and comfort during these difficult times and may GOD BLESS. Jim and Donna Spry.

  2. Dearest Uncle Joe, youngest brother of my dad, Arthur (Art) Frazier, showed up at a family gathering with that little “pencil moustache” looking so much like dad I nearly fainted. So many great memories of Uncle Joe, Aunt Bea, and their three daughters. From Barger Hill at Gramma Louie’s house in the 1950’s until I last saw him in December 2019 he was always so much fun to be around, and so comfortable to be with. I still have the picture of him sitting on a stool wearing his “Big Bad Cop” uniform. My favorite nickname for him was “Fuzz”. Although I lived in Florida since 1969, I never missed at least one visit each year until CO-VID ruined my perfect record in 2020, and stopping in at Uncle Joe’s house was an absolute must. Our last visit in Dec ’19 was super-fun, grocery shopping with great -grandson for Joe’s favorite sweet treats, looking at the old family pictures. So glad I thought to make a short video. My condolences to the girls and all the Grands and Great-Grands. BTW, I loved the life-size picture of “Honey” on the dining room wall. Sorry I cannot be there with all of you on Feb 2nd, but I will be with you in spirit. GOD Bless all of you.
    Sarah (Frazier,Caldwell)Banks, son John David and family.

  3. I’m so sorry for your loss Sandy. He was a good man and friendly to everyone. He will be sadly missed. Prayers for you and your family.

  4. Sad. A fixture in my life for many years was Joe and his repair shop. Always there to help when needed. Good man and better Friend.

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