Kimberly Frazier Hooks, 42, of Campbell, Texas after a lengthy illness went to be with her Lord and Savior on August 8, 2019 in Dallas. Memorial Services celebrating Kimberly’s life will be held at 11:00am on Saturday, August 24, 2019 at Ingram Funeral Home in Quinlan, Texas with Judge Hershey Barnett officiating.
Kimberly was born on November 12, 1976. She is the daughter of Steve Frazier and Carolyn Jennings Frazier. Kimberly was born in Dallas, Texas and raised in Campbell by her grandparents, Hoyt and Margie Frazier for her first ten years, and then with her father in Dallas for the next ten years. Kimberly attended Lake Highlands Elementary, Junior and High School. She then attended Richland Junior College. Kimberly later worked for Grocery Supply in Sulphur Springs and then for the city of Sulphur Springs. Kimberly is preceded in death by her mother Carolyn Jennings Frazier, grandparents Hoyt Frazier, Peggy Wesch, Lillian Jennings and Elmo Jennings, and her uncle Will Wesch. Kimberly enjoyed knitting, going to flea markets and selling merchandise on her e-bay store. She loved making things with her hands. She enjoyed doing all sorts of crafts and refinishing furniture. Kimberly’s greatest joy in life was her beautiful daughter Payton Hooks. She loved taking Payton to the lake, watching movies together and attending Scarbourgh Renaissance Festival.
Kimberly is loved and will be missed by her daughter Payton, her father Steve, her grandmother Margie and by Jenise, Robert, Jennifer, Rob, Cadence, Alley, Robert Lewis, Clanay and Eoin. Cindy, Rusty, Brandy, Crystle, Kaylee, Journey and Billy. Becky, Randy, Harlee and Billy. Cindy, Gabe, Amy, Chase, Alyssa, Nature, Curtis, Arielle and Zayden. Lynne, Tom, Lisa, Edward, Luke and Jake. John, Marsha, Marilyn, John, Johnny, Aundi, John William, Garrett, Melissa, Aaron and Dylan. Adrian, Michelle, Ryan and Nicole. Cindy, Audra, Kaelyn, Kylie, Adam, Eleanor and Elliott.
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