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LP Community Mourns Death of Jeff Frazier

Jeff Frazier, regional director of sales–national accounts retail at Tyco Integrated Security, passed away on Saturday, February 4, 2017, after a courageous battle with cancer. He had been with Tyco’s sales team for 23 years and achieved many great successes during his time with the company.

“There are few people in this organization who have never heard the name Jeff Frazier. Many had the privilege to know him personally. Others were blessed to call him friend,” said Kevin Lynch, executive director of business development at Tyco IS. “Through everything, Jeff Frazier was supportive, ethical, firm, disciplined and faithful to those he worked with, worked for and his immediate team. Our friend and colleague will surely be missed.”

According to the obituary in the Herald Democrat, Frazier is survived by his wife, Terri Ann; his three sons, Jeffrey Daniel “J.D” Frazier, Ronnie Judge “R.J.” Frazier and Cash Grady Frazier; his parents, Charles and Virginia Frazier; and brothers, Mitch Frazier and Eric Frazier. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Jeff Frazier College Fund arranged for his sons at Texas Star Bank.

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