Floral 11

Norma Jean Crow Price Frazier

October 3, 1940 ~ October 16, 2023 (age 83) 83 Years Old



Norma Jean Crow Frazier went to her heavenly home on Monday, October 16, 2023.  She was surrounded by her children and grandchildren at her home in Oklahoma City, OK, on the day of her passing.   She was born October 3, 1940, in Pryor, OK, to Francis Lillian Lessley Province and James Province.


Norma grew up in Tulsa, OK, with her brother, Robert Crow, in the loving home of her parents, Francis Lillian Crow and Alvy Clinton Crow.  As a young lady, Norma was active in many clubs and organizations including Rainbow Girls, Pep Club, GRA (Girls Recreation Association) and was a cheerleader her Senior year of high school.  She was also involved in roller skating competitions with her brother, Robert, as her partner.  She graduated from Daniel Webster High School, Tulsa, OK, in 1958. 


Prior to her marriage to Raymond Leon Price, she received her Cosmetology license in 1959, and attended Oklahoma Baptist University in 1960.


Norma was a loving wife and mother to her daughters, Rhonda, Kimberly and Gaitha.  When they were in grade school, Norma was very active in PTA, was a Girl Scout leader, and was the Director of Childcare at the First Baptist Church in Norman, OK, as well as a member of the church.  All of her activities evolved around her family and included them.  She enjoyed sewing and would often make identical dresses for her daughters to wear for special occasions.  As her daughters grew, Norma began working outside of the home.  She worked for an orthodontist and an oral surgeon, and for many years, she worked at the United States Postal Training Center as a Purchasing Officer.  It was there that she met her future husband, Gordon Jerome Frazier.  They enjoyed bowling together in a league for a few years and lots of traveling on the weekends.  Norma was born with a green thumb.  She maintained the most beautiful flower gardens that included rose bushes which were her favorite flower.  She enjoyed cooking, hosting parties and decorating for the holidays.


Norma was a very positive person who was full of laughter and always wore a smile that was contagious to those around her.  Norma was a very caring person and enjoyed meeting new people.


Norma was also involved in the American Business Women’s Association for several years which also included being awarded ABWA Woman of the Year.  Upon leaving the Postal Training Center, Norma sold Mary Kay Cosmetics and earned a red Pontiac Grand Am from Mary Kay Cosmetics.


During her retirement years, Norma and Gordon continued traveling and spending time with their family.  Norma doted on her grandchildren and attended their school and sports activities.  Norma loved the Fall when the air became cool and the leaves started changing colors.  Norma and Gordon would take the Talimena Scenic Byway every year enjoying the changing colors of the leaves.  Norma enjoyed attending OU football games and watching College and Professional sports on television.


Norma was preceded in death by her husband, Gordon Jerome Frazier; parents, Alvy and Francis Crow; brother, Robert Crow; sister-in-law, Estella Crow; son-in-law, Brett Dewell; and daughter, Rebecca Bane.


Norma is survived by her five children: daughter, Rhonda Dewell of Norman, OK; daughter, Kimberly Tramposh of Edmond, OK; daughter, Gaitha Milligan (Ronald) of Norman, OK; daughter, Elizabeth Bert (Dave) of Mt. Pleasant, PA; and son, Kelly Frazier of Amarillo, TX; grandchildren, Jimmie Dye, Morgan Dye (Jeremy), Doug Dewell (Heather), Brandon Dewell, Dustin Campbell and Jack Campbell all of Oklahoma, Mark Bane (Marsha), Leila Scarborough (Chris) of Amarillo, TX, and Josh Bert of Mt. Pleasant, PA; and numerous great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and cousins that loved her and will miss her.  



Memorial Service
November 11, 2023

11:00 AM
Havenbrook Funeral Home
3401 Havenbrook Street
Norman, OK 73072

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