JAMES Q. FRA­ZIER

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Mr. James Quincy Fra­zier “Q-Ball,” 46, of 8902 Cole­mans Lake Road, Ford, Vir­ginia, en­tered into eter­nal rest and peace on Tues­day af­ter­noon, Novem­ber 27, 2018, at South­side Re­gional Med­i­cal Cen­ter. He was a grad­u­ate of Din­wid­die Co. High School Class of 1991. He was the youngest son born to Wal­ter Fra­zier Sr. and Cather­ine Johnson Fra­zier. At an early age he was bap­tized at Mt. Poole Bap­tist Church in Ford, VA. He was pre­ceded in death by one brother, Dale Fra­zier. Q-Ball loved life and his self and was an avid Buf­falo Bills fan.

He leaves to cher­ish his mem­o­ries two broth­ers, Wal­ter Fra­zier Jr. (Jun­nie) of Ford and Eric Fra­zier of Hen­rico; two sis­ters, Stephanie Fra­zier of North Din­wid­die and Linda Fra­zier of Peters­burg; four neph­ews, An­toine Ghol­son of Ch­ester­field, James (JC) Fra­zier of Ford, and Michael and Mar­quis Thomas of West Peters­burg; one niece, Shawaun Jack­son of Hopewell and one great niece, Ameerah Briggs. two un­cles, Richard Johnson (Geneva – de­voted aunt) and Sa­muel Johnson (She­lia); one de­voted aunt, Rachel Tay­lor all of Ford, VA; brother-in-law, Michael N. Thomas; other rel­a­tives and friends to in­clude lov­ing cousins, Angela (Bam) Johnson, Richard (Peter) Cole­man, Ken­drick (KJ) Johnson and Leonard Ma­son, and de­voted friends, Goldie Evans, An­drew (Ju­nior) Thorpe, An­dre (Kane) Reeves and Larry (LJ) Ste­wart.

A cel­e­bra­tion of life will be held 2pm Sun­day, De­cem­ber 2, 2018, at Mt. Poole Bap­tist Church, 9515 Bal­ti­more Rd., Ford, VA. In­tern­ment will fol­low at the church ceme­tery. The body may viewed Sat­ur­day from 12pm to 8pm at the Peters­burg Chapel – Joseph M. Johnson & Son Fu­neral Home and one hour prior to the fu­neral.

Fu­neral ar­range­ments have been en­trusted to the pro­fes­sional staffPeters­burg Chapel of Joseph M. Johnson & Son Fu­neral Home, 530 S. Sycamore St., Peters­burg, VA. (804) 863-4411.

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