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Delwin Dale Frazier

June 6th, 1933 - April 6th, 2012

Delwin “Del” Dale Frazier, age 78, beloved husband, father, and grandfather went to his Heavenly Father Thursday, April 6, 2012. Del was born in Hays, Kansas June 6, 1933, to Claude Leroy and Cora Luella (Roberts). He is survived by his Wife Evelyn “Evy”; his sons Gary, Stephen (Cynthia) and David; daughter Christine (Les) Graves Grant; granddaughters Lisa Frazier, April Frazier and Elise Korten; grandsons TJ “Travis James” Frazier, JD “Jerrod Daniel” (Hannah) Frazier, Greg (Cassy) Kelly and Kim (Michelle) Korten; great-grandsons Daysen Steve Frazier and Michael Korten; great-granddaughters Dakota Kelly, Rylie Korten and Biz Korten; brothers David “Bud” and Elwin (Joyce); sisters Cora and Arlayne; half-sister Vena Higgins Kleinschmidt, half-brother Virgil Higgins; sisters-in-law Kathryn Harris and Merle Schmith and brother-in-law Harry (Sandy) Richardson. He is also survived by numerous cousins, nieces, and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; his half-brothers Victor, Vivian and Virtus Higgins; Lyall, Lloyd and Leslie Frazier; his half-sisters Viva and Violet (Higgins); Leona, Juanita and Lucille (Frazier); and his sister Sylvia Hetrick. His family moved from Kansas to Glens Ferry area in 1936 and later settled in Dixie, near Notus and Caldwell. He graduated from Notus High School in 1950 and married Dorothy Boatman December 15, 1952. That marriage ended in May, 1975. Del then married Evy Graves June 28, 1976. Del had three loves: His family, his church, and the outdoors. As a young man, he was a champion marksman. He rode bareback in the Caldwell Night and other rodeos and later competed in the wild horse race for several years. He loved to hunt and fish and passed his passion for the outdoors on to his sons and grandchildren. In his later years, he became an avid golfer and was learning to fly fish. He had a beautiful voice and enjoyed singing in his church choir. He also enjoyed manning the Christmas tree and fireworks booth for his church. He was a devoted follower of Jesus Christ and knew that in serving his fellow man, he was serving his Savior. Del was a respected businessman starting in the glass business at Superior Paint and Glass. He later became the manager of the glass department of Caldwell Paint and Glass, and then purchased City Glass and Muffler from which he retired. Funeral services will be at the First Assembly of God “The Domes” at 821 North 16th Avenue, Caldwell, Idaho beginning at 2:00 PM Wednesday, April 11, 2012. A family viewing will begin at 1:00 PM at the church. Interment will follow services at Canyon Hill Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, you may make a donation to the First Assembly of God “The Domes.” Please join our family in celebrating Dad’s life. Del’s family would especially like to thank the doctors and nurses at the St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center and the staff at Karcher Estates for their excellent care, and the kindness with which they treated Dad. Condolences for the family may be left online at Service Information

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