Cora Frazier Death, Obituary – This morning, as Easter dawned, I found myself reflecting on life and the ways in which things evolve. My granddaughter, Cora Beth Frazier, left this world in an unexpected manner on the morning of March 31st. Since then, I have spent each day since then praying to GOD to show me a reason and an explanation for why such a precious and innocent child had to be taken away from us. I am still unaware of the response, and it’s possible that I will never comprehend the reason.
Having stated that, I would ask that you kindly look around you and think of your immediate and extended family, including your children, your spouse, your grandchildren, your aunts and uncles, your grandparents, and so on. Because unexpected events can occur and the people you care about may no longer be in your life, you should prioritize spending time with your family and letting them know how much you cherish them.
This world and life move at a breakneck speed, and none of us knows the day or the exact minute that any of us will go from it. I haven’t been to church in a long time, but I’m going to get ready and attend this morning because I need to learn how to stop being bitter over Cora and how to accept what plans the Lord has for me and my family. I also need to learn how to accept what the Lord has in store for me and my family. The struggle is intense, and it is a very real phenomenon.
I would want to express my gratitude to everyone who has reached out to our family through phone calls, messages, in-person visits, food deliveries, or financial contributions during this difficult time. In all of my years, I have never witnessed such an outpouring of love and compassion in response to any single event. Cora, I adore you and I miss you so much!