Mrs. Lelia Mae Frazier Webb was born on January 7, 1941. She is the second oldest of eight children born to the late Eugene and Alfair Frazier. She will forever be remembered as a dependable daughter, a loving mother, a devoted sister, a caring aunt, a loving wife, a dedicated family member, and a loyal friend. On Thursday, December 31, 2020, she answered God’s call to eternal rest.
A native of Orangeburg County, Mrs. Lelia Mae Frazier Webb attended G. W. Carver High School. Afterwards, she chose to make Brooklyn, New York her home. While there she worked in manufacturing for over forty years before retiring to Pleasant Hill, North Carolina and ultimately Orangeburg, South Carolina. She was introduced to the Lord at an early age as a member of Emanuel A.M.E. Church, Cope, SC, and throughout her life, Lelia Mae’s love for the Lord never wavered. More often than not, her parting words in conversations were “I know who holds the key!” While in Pleasant Hill, Lelia Mae was a member of First Baptist Church in Weldon, North Carolina. There she found particular joy in helping to supervise the kitchen ministry – planning and serving delicious and hearty meals weekly to all who needed them. Lelia Mae’s hobbies included cooking, shopping, and gardening. Upon her return to Orangeburg, she attended Greater Zion Baptist Church.
Mrs. Lelia Mae Frazier Webb is preceded in death by her parents, Eugene and Alfair Frazier, her husband, Clinton Ray Webb, and a brother, Franklin Frazier.
Those that will cherish her memories include a son, Tommy (Brenda) Frazier of Orangeburg, South Carolina; a daughter, Valerie Webb of Gaithersburg, Maryland; her grandchildren: Timothy (Lorraea) Frazier of Snellville, Georgia; Troy (Lauren) Frazier of Manhattan, Kansas; Adam Jenkins of Charlotte, North Carolina, and Megan Jenkins of Fort Mill, South Carolina; Eric Webb of Gaithersburg, Maryland; her great-grandchildren: Derrick J. Frazier of Snellville, Georgia; Trevino A. Frazier of Bakersfield, California, and Harper M. Frazier of Manhattan, Kansas.
Also left to cherish fond memories are her brother, (Ret.) Command Sergeants Major Horris (Sandy) Frazier of Columbia, S.C.; her sisters: Carrie M. Simpson of Cope, S.C.; Beatrice Dixon of Orangeburg, S.C.; Patricia (Jimmy) Hardy of Greensboro, N.C.; Jimmie D. Frazier of Brooklyn, N.Y.; Deborah (Kevin) Dubose of Jacksonville, FL, and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends.
The service will proceed as follows:
The viewing will be held on Monday, January 4,2020 at Glover's Funeral Home at 3:00pm until 7:00pm.
The funeral service will be held on Tuesday, January 5,2020 at Glover's Funeral Home beginning at 1:00pm.
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