Pamela L. Frayer


The Washington Post Sunday - - OBITUARIES - — Adam Bern­stein

Pamela L. Frayer, 57, a clin­i­cal so­cial worker who had been a ther­a­pist with the Prince Wil­liam County Com­mu­nity Ser­vices Board, died Jan. 10 at her home in Manas­sas.

A spokes­woman for the Vir­ginia med­i­cal ex­am­iner’s of­fice said thatMs. Frayer died from hang­ing and that the death was ruled a sui­cide.

Ms. Frayer had worked for the Com­mu­nity Ser­vices Board since 1998 and also was a clin­i­cal su­per­vi­sor for the High In­ten­sity Drug Traf­fick­ing Ar­eas pro­gram in Manas­sas.

She had pri­vate prac­tice in Manas­sas and spe­cial­ized in treat­ing sex of­fend­ers.

Pamela Lois Frayer was a Fair­fax County na­tive and a 1981 grad­u­ate of Ge­orge Ma­son Uni­ver­sity. She re­ceived a mas­ter’s de­gree in so­cial work from Catholic Uni­ver­sity in 1997, in ad­di­tion to grad­u­at­ing from other pro­grams in crim­i­nal-jus­tice train­ing and ad­dic­tion coun­sel­ing.

Ms. Frayer was a Fair­fax County sher­iff’s deputy from 1983 to 1988 and then spent eight years as owner and op­er­a­tor of D’Mor­nay Hair De­signs, a sa­lon in Fair­fax County.

Sur­vivors in­clude her fa­ther, Leonard G. Frayer of Bran­don, Miss.; and three sis­ters.

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