On Tuesday, March 21, 2023, Don Dee Frazier was called home to share eternal life with his Lord and Savior. Surrounded by his loving wife, family, and friends, Don rose to receive his divine life of joy and never-ending happiness. Heaven has received an angel that lights up a room with a bright smile, offers a firm handshake, and extends a tin of Copenhagen to share. Don was born on August 3, 1953, in Weatherford, Texas to the late Donald and Dorothy Frazier. Growing up in Adell, Don attended Millsap & Peaster School. He honorably served the United States in the Army and he subsequently served with the Texas National Guard to be home with his family. Don was a handyman who was happy to accept a challenge to fix anything. He was a true cowboy. He had a passion for farming his family’s land and building things from the ground up. His personality was a force to be reckoned with... He was quiet at times but spoke as needed. His humor could make you laugh until you cried, but Don was also thoughtful and sincere when you needed serious advice. He never met a stranger that he did not impress upon, and he would, talk their ears off. He had a passion for hunting and fishing and loved to teach people how to do everything, the right way. He was wise beyond his years. In the prime of his life, Don found his partner. God gave Don Jeni Craver, who was placed at his side to fill his heart with happiness. The two fell in love and started their new lives without delay. This cowboy found a soulmate who would walk the pasture; a hunter who could field-dress a deer or stand on the pier and fish for hours. Jeni was, and still is, a loving and devoted wife who cared for Don until God called him home. Don was loved by many and was supported by countless friends and relatives. He loved his whole family and brought his friends into his tight-knit circle without hesitation. He might not remember your name, but he’d never forget a face. He had a big heart, broad shoulders and strong hands. He was the rock of his family. Don is preceded in death by his Grandparents Alvin and Minnie Frazier, Forney and Mable McClendon, Grandson Seth Iiams, and nieces Lisa Littrell and Danna Grisso. Don is survived by his five children and their spouses, Christy and John Whitenton, Sheri and Devon Iiams, Jonathan and Shelby Craver, Christopher Scott, Jessica and Chris Willard. Six grandchildren, Thomas Whitenton, Tyler Frazier, Trevor Whitenton, Matthew Iiams, Ethan Iiams, Brody Willard and was impatiently awaiting the arrival of a new grand, baby Craver. Along with his siblings, Cathy Frazier, Tammie and David Prachyl, and Terry Grisso, he also leaves behind countless nieces and nephews, devoted brother in laws, relatives and friends. Graveside service are 10 AM Saturday at Indian Creek Cemetery.