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Was a talented seamstress and an intense humanist Suzanne Goldman Frazier, 57, beloved wife of Jack Frazier, and cherished daughter of Enid and George Goldman of Teaneck, N.J., died peacefully on Jan. 7, 2008, at her residence in Theodosia after a seven-year effort to overcome breast cancer.
She was born in New York City on July 10, 1950.
She is survived by two aunts, Natalie Burger and Bonnie Robinson; 16 first cousins; numerous extended family and a large devoted circle of friends.
A graduate of Hofstra University, she spent two years in France as an exchange student; she also graduated from the Gemological Institute of America in New York City.
Suzanne and Jack moved to this area in 1979 from the East Coast and started the business Ozark Exotica. Suzanne was a trained Master Gardener and produced organically grown vegetables, fresh culinary herbs, and flower bedding plants that were sold at farmer markets in Ava and Gainesville. All who bought Ozark Exotica plants were amazed at the love and strength she was able to instill in them. Her engaging eyes, bright smile and fun loving personality endeared her to all. She was a talented seamstress and an intense humanist.
A Suzanne Frazier potluck memorial will be held in Theodosia on Feb. 16. Friends wishing to attend should contact Jack Frazier at 273-4949 or ozarkexotica2 @hughes.net for details. Those wishing to make a donation in the name of Suzanne Frazier should address it to Riverways Hospice, 114 east Main Street, West Plains, MO 65775.