Leota Gail Frazier (Jones), age 77 of Clovis, New Mexico passed away November 2, 2018 in Amarillo, Texas. Leota was born in Clovis, New Mexico, on June 25, 1941to Albert and Retha Jones.
Leota married spouse David Max Frazier on June 28th, 1959. Leota loved to be an all-around handyman, go-fer, and mechanic. There was never a job too big or small. She was a bookkeeper for the family business and loved doing wallpaper with friend Virginia. She was a truck driver for Max and loved singing in the choir. Leota was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church.
Leota is preceded in death by her parents Albert and Retha Jones.
She is survived by her husband, David Max Frazier of Clovis, son Greg Frazier and wife Melissa; Daughters Terri Davis, of Clovis and Teresa Harlin of Lubbock, Texas; Brothers, Ellis Jones and wife Virginia, of Clovis and Cletis Jones and wife Pat, of Clovis. She is also survived by her 6 grandchildren Jamie Crider (Jeff Tubbs), Matt Jones, Justin Frazier, Kurt and wife Haley Frazier, Kaley and husband Trent Carver, and Brady Harlin; 3 great grandchildren, Christian Crider, Haiden Crider and Kolt Frazier.
Honorary Pallbearers are her Grandsons.
Visitation for Leota will be on Thursday the 8th day of November, 2018 from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm at Steed Todd Funeral Home.
Memorial services for Leota will be on Friday the 9th day of November, 2018 at the Steed Todd Funeral Home Chapel at 10:30 am.
Leota could turn any frown into a smile. She will be missed. Heart felt sympathies to Max and family.
David Lloyd PotterRuidoso, NM
Our prayers are going up for all Leota's family, but especially for Greg and Max. Leota was an amazing and unique woman who will be greatly missed by all who knew her.
Johnny & Sondra ForrestClovis, NM
I mourn with you on the loss of Leota. Remember the good and happy times, of which there have been many over the years. She will be so missed - the laughter, the love, the mechanic, the truck driver. the fun - but mostly missed by her son, daughters, brothers, grandchildren and great -grandchildren. Goodbye my dear sweet cousin. Be at peace. I love you, Sis
Evelyn (Sis) GreenDallas, TX
We share your burden in the loss of Leota, and pray that GOD's presence is felt in comfort & peace.
I chuckle when I recall the times we had together. She was one-of-a-kind and quite an example for working women everywhere. Hugs!
Glenda & Dennis FryeLynchburg, VA