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Jimmy Foxx “Chip” Frazier, 52, of Concord, NC passed away on Tuesday, September 29, 2020, at Tucker Hospice House.
Chip was born on October 24, 1967 in Charlotte NC and, years later, his family bought a farm in Cabarrus County where he grew up. He was a graduate of Northwest Cabarrus High School. He worked mostly in shipping/receiving before becoming disabled due to heart disease.
He was known for his sense of humor and quick wit. He loved the beach and enjoyed searching the shore for hours to find interesting shells and sharks teeth. He was a huge Star Wars fan and knew a lot of trivia pertaining to the film. He was blessed with an amazing talent for drawing, sculpting, and painting and was able to gift friends with his many creations.
Chip is survived by his wife, Dianne Crayton Frazier, and mother, Nancy Hawkins Frazier. He was preceded in death by his father Jimmy F Frazier. He fought a long courageous battle with heart issues and his family and friends take comfort knowing he is now with our Heavenly Father.
There will be no services. Memorials may be made to Tucker Hospice House of Kannapolis, NC.
Carolina Cremation is assisting the Frazier family of Concord. Online condolences may be made at www.carolinacremation.com.
Melodye Savage says
Dianne and family so sorry for the loss of Chip but at least he he is finally at peace with his Lord. Love you.
Melodye Savage says
Dianne and family so sorry for the loss of Chip but at least he is finally at peace with his Lord. Love you.
Donna Kluttz says
Dianne, I was shocked to read this. I am so sorry. So hard to believe. May God be with you in this time and help you through.
Amy Ball says
I am so sorry for your lost. Chip was such an artistic person who shared his talent with many. I will always remember his smile and laugh because he was always laughing at me. He will truly be missed, but at least we can take comfort in knowing he is no longer suffering so, so much.
Bill & Isabell Spidel says
Bill and Isabell Spidel would like to express our condolences to Chip’s wife Dianne and his mother, Nancy. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers. We watched Chip and his family grow up across the street from us.
A great family.
Bruce Tipton says
Chip was a close friend of mine at Odell elementary through High School at Northwest Cabarrus. We bonded very quickly over our shared interests including sci fi movies and music. Chip was a very generous person to everyone he knew including me and his ability to make you laugh was one of his greatest gifts. His artistic talent was on full display every time he decided to undertake a project and his attention to detail was second to none. His friendship to me was very special and I Know those memories will be with me forever. My thoughts and prayers go to his wife Dianne and his mother Nancy .