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 WILLIAM “BILL” ELEYHUE FRAZIER

 WILLIAM “BILL” ELEYHUE FRAZIER 

William “Bill” Eleyhue Frazier, 85, of Green City, Missouri, passed away on Thursday, March 7, 2024 at Sullivan County Memorial Hospital in Milan, Missouri. 

Bill was born on November 21, 1938 near Milan, to Eleyhue and Genevieve Frazier. 

He graduated from Milan High School in 1957. He then served two years in the Army stationed in Germany. 

On December 23, 1961, Bill married Elaine (Jacobs) Frazier at the Green City Assembly of God Church. Bill was a member of the Assembly of God Church of Green City for over 50 years where he served as a board member and Sunday School Superintendent. 

In 1977 they started their family owned and operated concrete construction business, Frazier ‘s Foundation Company, where the entire family worked as a team and where Bill believed in hard work, being an honest man and always doing your best. 

He loved to play pitch with the pitch club and was an avid quail hunter. He was also a member of the Missouri Trap Shooting Association and Missouri Sporting Clay Association. 

Bill is survived by his wife Elaine of the home, two sons; Mark Frazier of Milan, Missouri and Matthew Frazier of Green City, Missouri, many chosen sons, daughters and grandchildren, a foster brother, Jerry Elliott of Reno, Nevada, a cousin Gail (Frazier) Smith of D’lberville, Mississippi, and many other cousins, nieces, and nephews. 

He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, James Lee “Dutch Frazier. 

Funeral services for Bill were held at on Sunday March 10, 2024, at Ruschmeier-Smith Funeral Home in Green City, Missouri with Rev. Alan Coonfield officiating. Burial followed at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Green City, Missouri. Pallbearers were: Jeff Courtney, Melvin Callihan, Jeremy Arnold, Todd Brundage, Joe Vincent, and David Pipes. Honorary Pallbearers were: “The Pitch Club” Jerry Swearengen, Bud Nickell, Charles Emberton, Phillip Morris, and Jim Ed Dunlap. 

Memorial contributions are suggested to Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Green City, or Oakwood Cemetery in Milan.