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Remembering the Life
Katie Frasier Clemons
Alpha: April 18, 1930 Omega: May 30, 2022
Katie Frasier Clemons was born to Henry B. Frasier and Emma Jane Frasier April 18, 1930, in McIntosh, Georgia. She was the fourth child out of ten. Katie departed this life on Monday, May 30, 2022, in Englewood, California.
Katie graduated from Liberty County Training High School in Riceboro, Georgia. She attended Savannah State College in Savannah, Georgia, where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education. She taught at Hineshaw Elementary School in Hinesville, Georgia, for many years.
Katie moved to Houston, where she met and married Benjamin Clemons. She enrolled at Texas Southern University in Houstonand received a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education in 1962.
Afterward, Katie moved to Los Angeles, where she taught in the Los Angeles Unified School District for several years. She also had the privilege of teaching in the Integration Movement at Noble Elementary School in the San Fernando Valley for three years. She retired in 1993.
Katie’s interests, besides teaching, included gardening, traveling, going to the movies, attending plays, jazz music, line dancing and exercising.
Katie was a member of Founders Church of Religious Science, where she was a member of The Love Line Ministry.
Katie was also a member of the Eastern Star and the National Phi Delta Kappa Sorority.
Katie was preceded in death by her father, Henry Frasier;mother, Emma Jane Frasier; three sisters, Lula, Beulah and Alzada; and one brother, Primus.
Those left behind to cherish her memories are four sisters, Verdie Criss, Houston; Mary Louise Smith, Bronx, New York;Annie Mae Stewart, Fleming, Georgia; and Erma Casey, Los Angeles; one brother, Charles Henry Frasier (Almarie), Odenton, Maryland; five nieces: Stephanie, Annette, Linda, Carolyn and Pamela; three nephews: Dale, Yosef and Bradley, and a host of relatives and friends.