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Larry Alan Frazier

May 28th, 1961 - May 9th, 2024

Larry Alan Frazier passed away peacefully on May 9th, 2024, at the age of 62, embraced by the love of his friends and family. He was a beloved son, cherished brother, devoted father, proud grandfather, and loyal friend, whose presence brought comfort and joy to all who knew him. Larry leaves behind his mother, sister, two daughters, and three grandchildren, who will continue his legacy and forever cherish the memories they shared together. Larry lived a life brimming with love, close relationships, adventure, and vitality. He was known for his generous heart, unwavering work ethic, and boundless strength. One of Larry's greatest joys was spending time with his family and innumerable friends. He will be remembered fondly and missed dearly by all who had the privilege of knowing him, and his legacy will live on in the hearts of all those he touched. Larry expressed that service to others was one of his core purposes in his life, which was exemplified by his unwavering commitment to helping all people before himself. Through his words, actions, and projects, he embodied the true essence of selflessness, which was a trait that endeared him to countless hearts. Larry's presence left an indelible mark on those fortunate enough to know him, and while his passing leaves a void that cannot be filled, his spirit will continue to inspire and guide us in the days ahead. Details regarding a celebration of Larry's remarkable life will be communicated at a later date, and will be shared with close friends and family by invitation.

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Hill Funeral Home & Cremation Services

Hill Funeral Home & Cremation Services

Hill Funeral Home has been a community cornerstone since 1908, when Ernest Newville Hill, a decorated Spanish American War veteran and embalmer/funeral director, established his own funeral business in Puyallup. Starting in a two-story building on North Meridian, where he lived with his wife Mabel and their son Vernon, Ernest Hill introduced the first motor-powered funeral coaches in Pierce County, transitioning from traditional horse-drawn services.

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Nikki

🕯️ i miss you dad

Published May 28th, 2024
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