October 24, 1951 ~ January 1, 2022

Born in: Pueblo, CO
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Terry Sue Frazier, 70, passed away on Jan. 1, 2022. She is survived by brothers, Larry Frazier and Kerry Frazier; sister, Penny Dunich; along with nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her sister, Jody Nichols; and parents, Lawrence and JoAnn Frazier. Terry was born on Oct. 24, 1951, in Pueblo, Colo. She was a Denver Broncos football fan and enjoyed spending time with her family in the mountains. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. At Terry’s request, no services are planned. Memorial donations may be made to Joni Fair Hospice House in Pueblo, Colo. Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com

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  1. I was shocked and saddened to read of Terry’s passing. Sending my condolences to her family and those who loved her. I haven’t seen Terry since graduation, but I can still hear her laughter. She was such a fun and happy person. I loved being around her. She will be missed by many. May eternal light forever shine on you my friend.

    Cheryl Fabjancic

  2. I am so sorry for your loss. I have great memories of Terry. May she RIP! God bless your family. Her laughter & smile will be greatly missed.

  3. Sincere condolences to the Family! I met Fraze some 50+ years ago, and to this day, I still tell the story about Fraze kicking a field goal during the Powder Puff football game at South High. What a stud! She will be missed!

  4. Don and I are sorry of the passing of Terry Sue. Our thoughts and prayers are with of the family.
    May the Lord give you strength and wisdom at this time.

  5. I’m so very sorry for your loss. What a happy, funny and fun person Terry was to be around. She has always come to mind over the years and you as well Larry. Love to all of you, Valeri Hardin

  6. Dear Family ,
    I am so sorry for your loss of the funniest kindest person I have ever known, Fraz became my friend many, many years ago. We shared good times and not so good times. Fraz shared many memories with so many people in her lifetime. We also got to work together, her knowledge and compassion for her patients was outstanding. Recently I got to visit with her, and I feel so blessed to have got to laugh with my friend one last time.
    So, see you soon my friend I found a picture of all of us. Its in the timeline. Miss you Fraz.
    Love , Deb(DeputyDog).

  7. Terry, I will miss you so much! We’ve shared some opinions on Messenger that I have cherished! You’re one of a kind. I’ve always wondered if you knew my name was Kay because you only called me Dwight! I remember someone yelling “Dwight ” in the halls at South High and I knew it was you!! I love you dearly. Your friend forever!! Dwight

  8. CandleImageSincere condolences to Larry, Kerry and Penny,
    I’ve known Terry almost my entire life! Larry and I were in the same class together starting at Beulah Heights until we graduated high school in 1967! Then, I married and became a cousin . Terry was always so much fun and always such a great person in the X-ray department if you had to be there!
    I’m very saddened to read she has passed away…Always remember the good times!
    Sincerely, Charlene Alumbaugh Himes

  9. CandleImageI worked with Fraz for many years at SMC. So sad to hear of her passing. I will always remember her laughter.

  10. So sorry to hear this, she was my boss at SMC in Transportation. She was a great person and friend. RIP

  11. Very sad to read about Terry. She was a good soul and a great friend with an infectious laugh. May she rest in eternal peace. Thoughts and prayers to her family.

  12. Worked with Fraz for many years at SMC. We shared many memories, but mostly laughs. Saddened to hear of her passing.

  13. I was very sad to see that Terry has passed. We met in kindergarten. She always had a smile on her face and loved to make others laugh. Everybody loved “Fraze”.

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