Eileen L. Frazier was born April 3, 1954 and was laid to rest April 26, 2021. Eileen was the youngest of Sterling and Eileen Davis’ ten children- Sterling, Melanie, Clarence, Lizzie, Bobby, Leroy, Richard, Kenny, Stevie, and Eileen.
She was a lifelong Jehovah witness, who devoted her life studying with the witnesses. Eileen attended the Kingdom Hall on Brown Road in Columbus, Ohio, where she witnessed, participated in field service, and Sunday worship. Eileen was a singer since the age of 4, learning various instruments throughout life. She was the lead singer and the "Dash" of her sibling group- Three Dots and The Dash. Eileen was a certified caregiver for the State of Ohio, where she used this license to care for her grandchildren and other children. She also worked for Floyd Bell for 14 years before she retired. Eileen dedicated her life to her loving and loyal husband Tyrone Frazier, to whom she was married to for 32 years. Eileen was a wonderful cook, preparing meals for her family and friends when she often hosted family gatherings. Eileen enjoyed singing, cooking and spending time with her family.
Eileen is proceeded in death by her mother Eileen L. Davis,her Father Sterling Davis and her siblings Sterling Davis, Clarence Davis, Kenny Davis, Richard Davis and Stevie Davis. She is survived by her husband Tyrone Frazier, four children Timothy M. (Jessica) Booth Jr., Stephanie R. Booth, David L. (Lawanda) Booth, and Stacy L. Booth, grandchildren Micah, Tiegen, Taliyah, Emoni, Pierrea, Geromika, Davzia, Emanuel, Mikayla, Davion, Charity, Faith, Davon, Ari, Adrian, Darrell, Braylon, Dalajia, Layla, Melawn, Camron, and Davi’Aire, great-grandchildren Olivia, Zoey, Hope, Nahla, and Malani, as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and friends.
Eileen will be sorely missed and her life forever celebrated.
Viewing services will be held on Tuesday May 4, 2021 from 5 pm to 7 pm at the Shaw-Davis Clintonville Chapel, 4131 North High St., Columbus, Ohio 43214. There will be a gathering for friends and family after the viewing at 603 East Columbus St., Columbus, Ohio 43206. Due to the ongoing Covid-19 precautions, the number in attendance will be limited to 40 people, masks and social distancing will also be required when visiting the funeral home.
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