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“Miss you Bill!! Always in our thoughts and prayers....I know you're finally at peace. ❤❤ ”
1 of 8 | Posted by: Liz Frazier - Norwell, MA

“Sorry for your loss to your family. ”
2 of 8 | Posted by: Joan -Sullivan - South easton, MA

“To Dede & Family so sorry for Your lossMay Billy RIP ”
3 of 8 | Posted by: jack mcgrath - E. Weymouth, MA

“My condolences to the Frazier family. Big Bill will be missed and I am sorry I can not make his service, but please know I am praying for for you...Read More »
4 of 8 | Posted by: Aimee Lincoln - North Attleboro, MA

“So sorry to hear of Billy's passing. My condolences to all that knew and loved him. He will be missed ”
5 of 8 | Posted by: Joe Fix - Friend

“Sorry for your loss he was a great man. ”
6 of 8 | Posted by: Jenny Ann Golden - So.Easton, MA

“So sorry to hear of Billy's passing. He will be remembered as always having a smile and loved laughing. Rest in peace. Love to all. ”
7 of 8 | Posted by: Sheila LaFrance - South Easton, MA

“We are so sorry to hear this. Always a smile on his face. Auntie Debbie let me know if there's anytring you need ❤ ”
8 of 8 | Posted by: Cherylann Conley - Bridgewater, MA


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MIDDLEBORO----The world does not have William Frazier Jr to play in the big game of ¨Life on Earth¨ anymore. After hitting many homeruns, he has had his last at bat.

At age 68, William W Frazier Jr passed on peacefully in his Middleboro home on March 31,2021 after complications due to Covid-19.

Born in Boston Massachusetts on October 24,1952, and a graduate of Stoughton High School, he started a family of his own in Easton, lived for the majority of time in Norton before finally settling in Middleboro Massachusetts.

Bill was a retired auto mechanic for United Parcel Service (UPS) and a New England sports lover at heart. He was a comedian in his own right and enjoyed being surrounded by family, friends and more than anything, just loved to have a good time. He was the type of man who would drop anything to help you whether he knew you or not. He and his wife spent many Thanksgivings delivering meals to those who could not afford or physically attain the meals themselves and this gave him such a great feeling inside that he often encouraged others to join in on the fun.

Growing up with his parents and 17 brothers and sisters, they should have had their own baseball team!

He is survived by his team manager, wife of 46 years, Deborah (Geary) Frazier; a son, first base coach and namesake, William W Frazier III and his wife Elizabeth Frazier; a daughter and 3rd base coach Jessica ¨Bean¨ Frazier; his grandchildren and bat girls/boys Cheyenne Frazier, William Frazier IV, Jalynn Andrews and James Andrews Jr. Also leaving behind in his dugout are his 8 sisters, Carol Teague, Ruth (Coochie) Robertson, Irene(Sissy) Rocha, Diane (Dede) deSousa, Debra Levangie, Denise Frazier, Kimberly Bartlett, Jo-Ellen Morris and 3 brothers, Robert McInnis, Walter Frazier and Robert Frazier along with several other fans.

He was predeceased by his parents and team owners; Irene G.(Riley) Frazier and William W. Frazier. Also by his 6 brothers who hung up their cleats before him, Mark Frazier, Thomas McInnis, Leo Conley, Fred Conley, John Frazier, Wayne Frazier and several other dear family members and friends.

Dad, we can only hope that now you are living in your Field of Dreams.

Cremation was his wish and a Memorial Mass Requiring Mask will be held on April 22,2021 at 10:00am at the Immaculate Conception Church located at 193 Main St in North Easton, MA.
A limited (due to Covid restrictions) social reception and celebration of Life will follow at Barrett's Alehouse, 674 W Center St, West Bridgewater, Ma.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Meals on Wheels in honor of William Frazier https://www.mealsonwheelsamerica.org or another local food bank of your choice. For directions or condolences visit www.kanefuneralhome.com