Frederick "Fred" H. Frazier, 85, passed away Wednesday, September 15, 2021 with Pat, his wife of 62 years, by his side. He was born to Carl and Lucille (Fish) Frazier on September 23, 1935 on the family farm, just south of Coldwater, Kansas. He grew up in this small farming town, alongside his 4 siblings: Denton; twin sister-Barbara Sue; Margaret Jo; and Don. Growing up in Coldwater, Fred was known as "Hugh" or "Brother" and Sue was known as "Sissy". He was one of 19 students in the Coldwater High School graduating class of 1954. As a young man, he worked as a ranch hand and sold seed packets door to door, before joining the Navy in January of 1955. His first ship was the USS Pine Island, which was sent to the Pacific area, traveling to Hong Kong, the Philippines, and Korea. Later, he was stationed in Port Hueneme, California, where he served in the US mobile construction battalion, working as a clerk in the Civil Engineer Core Officer's School. There, he met Pat Martinez, who worked as a clerk in Officer Personnel. They married on New Year's Eve 1958 at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church in Santa Barbara, California, and honeymooned in Las Vegas. In January 1959, the couple moved to Wichita, Kansas when Fred was discharged from the Navy. Fred attended Wichita State University, getting his first job with the Federal Land Bank. He went on to work for several companies in Wichita as a bookkeeper and/or office manager over his career. Fred's second and most favorite career, was driving a school bus for the Wichita and Goddard school districts.