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Henry Frazier

September 30, 1967 — March 17, 2023

Omaha

Henry Frazier

Henry Frazier, Jr. was born on September 30, 1967 in Hampton, South Carolina, to Henry, Sr. and Magalene Frazier and was the oldest of their 6 children.  He attended Hampton High School, where he played football his freshman year, then basketball sophomore and junior year.  His senior year he spent preparing to live abroad, after enlisting in the Navy.  The next 10 years he traveled the world, starting in Arlington VA, and eventually ending in Bellevue, NE, with many places in between.  After his service had ended, with his personality, and competitive nature, he began his career in sales, selling new Nissans in Council Bluffs, IA.  His natural abilities moved him up the ladder quickly, working in management, and also into the finance department.  After more than a decade in the car business, Henry was ready for a change of scenery, and decided to enter the insurance industry, selling life insurance.  With his always positive attitude, he seemed to leave an impression on anyone he met. 

As much as Henry enjoyed his career, he was never happier than when he had a fishing pole in his hand, or sitting down on a Sunday to watch his beloved Dallas Cowboys.  Especially when his stepson, Jaydin, was with him.  His other favorite past-time, due to his competitive nature, was sitting down at the poker table a few nights a week.

Preceded in death by his mother: Magalene. Henry is survived by his father: Henry, Sr; his 5 siblings; wife: Amber; stepson: Jaydin; and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, and many, many friends. 

Because nothing would make him happier, feel free to wear any Dallas Cowboys gear you have, or anything navy blue or silver

In lieu of flowers, memorials to Amber for later designation.

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Celebration of Life

Wednesday, March 29, 2023

3:00 - 4:00 pm (Central time)

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