Lillian [Lee] Frazier Kincaid, formerly of Deport

leekincaidLillian [Lee] Mae Frazier, Kincaid 74 of Paris and formerly of Deport, died on June 15, 2016 at her sister’s home in Paris.  Funeral Services have been scheduled for Monday, June 20 at 11:00 am in First United Methodist Church of Deport.  Burial will follow in Highland Cemetery.  The family will receive friends beginning at 6:00pm on Sunday evening in the funeral home.

She was born on September 26, 1941 in Neshoba, Choctaw Nation Oklahoma, the daughter of Eslin Nelson and Lillie Mae Taylor Frazier.  She worked as a LVN for many years in Texarkana before moving to Deport where she worked at the Deport Nursing Home until she retired.  She was a long time and active member of the First United Methodist Church of Deport.  Her husband, Talma Earl Kincaid preceded her in death, as did her son, David Kincaid.  She was also preceded in death by her parents and these brothers and sisters:  Kenneth Frazier, Virgil Frazier, David Frazier, Darrell Frazier, Brenda Dudley, Sandra Frazier and Lula Frazier.

She is survived by her sisters:  Linda Frazier and Terry Hood, both of Paris; brothers:  Leonard [Buck] Frazier of Deport; Allen Frazier, Austin Frazier of Paris, James [Barney]  Frazier of Grand Saline; many nieces and nephews, Dana, Robin, Bradley, Dustin and Brandon, Russell, Jason, Susan, John, Shaun, Liane, Kenneth Jr., Amanda, Destiny, Stormy, Joshua, and James; several great-nieces and nephews; step-children, Veta Bratton, Mickey Kincaid, Bobby Kincaid, and Karen Kincaid


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  1. So sorry to hear this. Our family were close during our childhood,as got older,went our different ways. We still know remember y’all though. May God wrap his arms around y’all.

  2. So sorry to hear this. May God wrap his arms around y’all.

  3. Dana Fields says:

    Our love and prayers to you all. We love you.

  4. Karen Baker Norris says:

    So sorry about this. She was a very sweet lady and her sister, Lula, was my good friend in school.

  5. Kay Gann Ward says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss. Lillian was a very sweet lady. My heart goes out to all of you and praying for comfort.

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