Margaret Ann Frazier
Thursday January 13 2022
Margaret Ann Frazier
Margaret Ann Frazier, 92, passed away peacefully in her home, surrounded by her loved ones on Thursday, January 13, 2022, 9 days short of her 93 d birthday.
Born January 22, 1929, in Laurel, MD. She was the daughter of the late Charles Ernest Nichols II and Helen (Askins) Nichols. Margaret is survived by her son Richard A. Frazier of Baltimore, MD, her daughters Helen M. of Spring Township, wife of Bobb Firestone and Patricia M. of Exeter Township, wife of Tod Kline. She is also survived by 7 grandchildren, Melissa Rozetar, Jeanine Schweitzer Metzler, Kevin Caputo, Jaclyn Schweitzer, Karen Perez, Joshua Kline, and Jennifer Kline. There are 7 great grandchildren, Jared Rozetar, Samantha Perez, Edwin Perez III, Emma Metzler, Griffin Reppert, Aidan Rozetar, and Sophia Caputo, plus one great great grandson, Jaden Rozetar. She was predeceased by her husband, Wilson L Frazier, just 2 weeks shy of their 72 nd wedding anniversary. She was also predeceased by two daughters, Mary M. Frazier in 1972 and Joyce A. Schweitzer in 2006, and her dear brother, Charles Ernest (Ernie) Nichols III in 2010.
Margaret was a school bus driver for several years and held a variety of clerical and administrative jobs throughout her life, but her number one job was always that of wife, mother, and grandmother. She was a caregiver since she was 8 years old when her own mother became an invalid, then became a doting wife and mother, a dog mom for most of her life and a cat mom until the end, her cat Daisy survives her. She was the caregiver for Wil until he passed in May, 2021, leaving her no one left to care for! She hated being the one who needed help herself andwas ready to join Wil to share eternal life in Heaven. She was a woman of strong faith her entire life. We miss her terribly but we’re happy for her that she is now pain free and her prayers have been answered. She and Wil were the restless type and couldn’t stay in one place for too long. They lived in an apartment in Laurel when they first married and went on to live in 14 different homes between Maryland, Florida, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, North Carolina and finally back to Pennsylvania to live out their retirement years. She was a wonderful neighbor wherever she lived, and she loved to play cards – leading to many long-lasting friendships.
She loved all her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren dearly. There is a lifetime of memories of Disney vacations, roads trips all over the US, tons of amusement parks, card games, dominos, amazing dinners, the best chocolate chip cookies in the world, cakes, cookies, pies, etc. There was just something about her cooking and baking – you could follow her recipe to the letter, and it will never taste as good as when she makes it! She was always there for anyone in the family who needed her, always willing to help. She was so proud and the loudest cheer leader of any and all accomplishments of her family, no matter how big or small! She lived a good life, loved her friends and family dearly and we all loved her back. I don’t know of a better testimonial! We all love and miss you Mom/Grandmom, you were the best there ever was!
Arrangements by: Stitzel Family Funeral Homes & Crematory, Inc. - Laureldale
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