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Frazier, Alda Vadean

Frazier, Alda Vadean

March 16, 1930 — November 16, 2019

Alda Vadean (Ames) Frazier, 89, of the Kansas City Northland, passed away November 16, 2019, at Benton House of Staley Hills. She was born March 16, 1930, in Green City, MO, the daughter of Chester E. and Mary (Moffitt) Ames.  Along with her parents, Vadean was preceded in death by her husband of 50 years, William E. "Bill" Frazier, and an infant sister. Vadean worked in Engraving for Hallmark Cards and more recently as an Assembler for Harrisonville Harness before she retired.

Survivors include her sons, Jeffrey L. Frazier and Ronald A. Frazier (Deb); grandsons, Matt Frazier (Jessica) and Mark Frazier (Lacy); and great grandchildren, Janelle, Ava, Lilli and Gavin.

Vadean requested family services.  She will be laid to rest with her husband Bill at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Green City, MO at 1:30 pm on Thursday, November 21, 2019. Memorials are suggested to Ascend Hospice. You may share a message with the family or sign an on-line guest book via www.parklawnfunerals.com. Arrangements: Park Lawn Northland Chapel (816) 781-8228. 

Service Information

Vadean requested family services.  She will be laid to rest with her husband Bill at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Green City, MO at 1:30 pm on Thursday, November 21, 2019. Memorials are suggested to Ascend Hospice.

Frazier, Alda Vadean's Guestbook

You will be missed dearly Grandma! We love you so very much, rest in paradise! ♥️ Love Always, Mark, Lacy, Ava and Lilli

Mark & Lacy Frazier

Many thoughts, prayers and love for all of you! Vadean was an amazing woman and will be missed by all. Fly high and rest easy!

Rich & Brenda Lemke

Vadean will always be remembered for her warm and caring smile....and her little “ahhhhh.” We are always here for any of you and or thoughts and prayers are with you all.

David & Miki Ward

Remembering all the holidays dinners, Saturday night suppers, Sunday dinners, camping trips, fishing at 5 in the morning. So many happy memories.

Rita Sliger

Vadeen will always hold a special place in my and Noah's hearts. She was an inspiration to many with her happy loving personality. Not so long ago she face timed us by accident and once she figured out she could see us sat and watch Noah, Jason and I play Monopoly from her home. She just laughed and laughed and enjoyed watching us play. A memory I'll cherish forever. RIP we love you! Kassandra & Noah Dinwiddie + Jason O'Malley

Kassandra Dinwiddie

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