Kenneth O’dell Frazier, 47, was born February 10, 1974, in Deming, New Mexico to Edward and Joyce Frazier. He attended school in Loving, NM, where he set several school and state records in both football and track.
To know Kenneth, you would understand his life in a few words: work hard, play harder, have fun, and enjoy spending time with the ones he loves the most. His family was his world, and to him, a friend was family. Kenneth was as hard headed as they come, had strength to be admired, loved with all his might, and his heart was made of gold. He will be missed dearly.
Kenneth met the love of his life, Heather, in high school and was a proud husband; he loved her with all of his heart. Although Dustin may not have shared his blood or last name, he was his son; nonetheless. He loved him just the same. Kenneth and Heather added another son to their family with Dalton; his daddy’s pride and joy, who is his father’s spitting image. They couldn’t stop with two boys; however, adding Taylor, the apple of her daddy’s eye and forever a daddy’s girl. Briana was a welcomed into to the family some years later, proving that blood wasn’t necessary for Kenneth to call someone his family. Kenneth was a proud “Pop” to “his babies”; Kasen, Kendall, Kyle, Kori, and Victoria – they were his WORLD!
Kenneth lived a full, happy, and not always easy life, but it was a life that was filled with love, lots of memories, life-long relationships, and a ton of laughs. Who could ask for more!?
Survivors are wife, Heather Frazier; their children, Dustin Newton, Dalton Frazier, Taylor Frazier, and Briana Calderon; 5 grandchildren; parents, Edward & Joyce Frazier of Jal, NM; brother, James Frazier of Carlsbad, NM; sisters, Jennifer Florez (Kevin) of Carlsbad, NM, April Casey of Jal, NM, and sister-in-law, Kenna Peyton (Jory) of Carlsbad, NM and numerous nieces and nephews.
Honorary pallbearers are Jimmy Vasquez, Ernest Trevino, Robby Harris, Blaine Rennie, Quentin Marshall, Leo Bojorquez, Chad Sartin, Kevin Florez, Phillip Madron, and Lupe Lara.
Memorial service are scheduled for Friday, June 25, 2021, 10:00 AM, at Cavern City Baptist Church with Pastor Dick Means officiating. Dinner will follow after services at First United Methodist Church.
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