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Ann Lee (Shapley) Frazier
April 30, 1937 ~ April 13, 2023 (age 85) 85 Years Old
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Ann Lee Frazier, born Ann Lee Shapley to Wayne and Florence Shapley on April 30, 1937 in Emmett, Idaho.
She married James Howard Frazier on July 3, 1956. Together they had 6 children. They had many many grandchildren, many great grandchildren, 4 great great grandchildren as well as many adopted children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren.
Ann was preceded in death by both of her parents, 2 brothers (Johnny and Bud) 3 sisters (Georgie, Helen and Mazie) husband Jim, 2 son’s (Jimi and Roy) 2 grandchildren (Shawna and Christopher) and 1 great grandchild (Talon).
Ann is survived by 1 sister (Yvonne) 1 brother (Bill), her children Carol (Steve), Sarah, Mike, and Tammy (Jay) numerous grandkids, great grandkids, 4 great great grandkids, and her best friend of many many decades Nelly.
Ann worked at the State School and Hospital until her retirement in the late ‘90’s.
After that she worked at Costco for a few years before she started cleaning houses with Nelly.
Ann loved going on adventures such as, traveling, camping, rock hounding, motorcycle rodeos, and anything that involved her family. She loved to see and hear the motorcycles come up the road and down her driveway. She also loved being able to go on rides with her kids and grandkids.
Ann loved children, and especially loved having all the kids over to her house, they brought out her inner child. She was every one’s grandma, and they all loved her as much as she loved them.
The holidays were her favorite time, because it meant her family would be home to spend that time with her. She was known to have the occasional BBQ just to get the family together. Family meant everything to Ann, to her there was nothing more important than family. She was happiest with her family surrounding her.
Ann lived a long a fruitful life. She enjoyed the little things, and making sure that everyone around her was taken care of.
Ann passed away at home, surrounded by loved ones on April 13, 2023.
We will be having a viewing Thursday at Nampa Funeral Chapel at 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm. Services will be 2:00 pm We will have a get together after the services are over, at Ann’s house. All are welcome to come and celebrate the life of such an amazing, loving woman.