Pamela L. Frayer
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.