David D. Frazier


David D. Frazier, age 47 of Williams Bay WI, passed away Saturday December 28, 2013 at Mercy Walworth Hospital in Lake Geneva, WI.  He was born October 27, 1966 in Elkhorn WI, the son of William and Gaynold (Foss) Frazier.  He was the loving husband of Kelly Campbell Frazier and outstanding, "best ever" father to Hannah.  He is survived by his wife and daughter.  He is also survived by his brother Rob (Kim) Frazier of Janesville, WI; 2 nieces, Tiffany Frazier and Lacy (Nick) Benishek; sister in law, Esther Frazier of Madison, MS; nephew, Kyle Frazier and nieces, Heidi Frazier and Carrie (Blake) Mitchell; father in law, Richard (Gail) Campbell of Green Bay, WI; brothers and sisters in law, Steven (Mary) Campbell of Green Bay WI, Wendy (Chris) Peters of Denmark WI, Kris (Kevin) Kuchta of Bradenton FL, Rick (Lillian) Campbell of Rancho Santa Margarita CA, Stacie (Jeff) Depas of Green Bay WI, many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.  He is preceded in death by his parents, his sister Mary, brothers Terry and Bill, mother in law Sharon Campbell and his grandparents.
David's tremendous attitude and care for others allowed him to set examples in his life for others.  He took great pride in his accomplishments including guiding others through his profession at Elkhorn High School as a School Counselor.  He was awarded the Apple award for his 20 years of exemplary and distinguished service in the Education Community.  Dave was an avid outdoorsman since the days of his youth, learning from spending time afield with his family and his loving companion Zoey, his chocolate lab.  His passion for the outdoors was another pursuit of his life that he did to the fullest and with great success.  He loved hunting with his brothers and friends and the ability to even interject a little competition into the annual hunts.  This year he shared his hunting passion with Hannah, most special pal of all, enjoying the beautiful surroundings.  He loved sports including his quest to be the best golfer in the group.  He loved watching and coaching his daughter as she has tried many sports through summer and school programs.
The outpouring of love, prayers, cards of support from all friends and family was greatly appreciated over the past 18 months throughout David's fight with cancer.  It provided the silver lining to the difficult journey.  Heartfelt thanks to Elkhorn teacher and student community for the meals and many fundraisers; family and friends that provided advice and a listening ear on the rides to Madison for treatments, and friends that took care of Hannah and Zoey that kept the daily routine running as smooth as possible.  A special thanks go out the nurses and doctors of UW Carbone Cancer Center for providing hope with treatments and Mercy Walworth Hospital and Hospice for care and understanding when we needed it the most.
Memorial Services will be 5:00pm Friday January 3, 2014 at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Delavan, WI with Rev. Robert P. Rickman officiating.  Visitation will be from 2:00pm to service time at the church on Friday.  Memorials may be made to the family in his memory.  it will then be distributed to the families choice of charites.  MONROE FUNERAL HOME in Delavan WI is assisting the family.  Visit us at monroefh.com


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