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Doug Frasier

August 8, 1949 ~ January 8, 2020 (age 70)


Douglas Ray Frasier, the son of Margaret E. (Montey) and Richard R. Frasier, was born August 8, 1949, at Red Cloud, Nebraska. He departed this life on Wednesday, January 8, 2020, at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska, at the age of 70.

Doug grew up in the Burr Oak community and graduated from the Burr Oak High School with the class of 1967. He continued his formal education, attending college at Colby and Pittsburg, Kansas, studying drafting. Doug moved to Bakersfield, California, in 1970, where he pursued his love for motocross racing and worked on the motocross track scene. In 1971, he returned to Burr Oak where he began driving a truck and working with his father’s businesses. In the early 1970s, Doug established the KOLTOA (Kansas OutLaw Tracks of America) Motocross Race Track west of Burr Oak, and founded the Sprockets Motorcycle Club.

Doug was united in marriage with Wanda Carper Way on October 21, 1978, at Lebanon, Kansas. Shortly after their marriage, Doug legally adopted Wanda’s son, Jason. Three more sons were born to this union: Skylar, Joshua and Caleb. They continued to make their home in the Burr Oak community, where they owned and operated Frasier Trucking and Construction for over 30 years. After selling the business, Doug worked with the Jewell County Road Department for two years, retiring in 2010. 
An avid entrepreneur throughout his life, Doug owned and operated a Ducati Motorcycle dealership and parts distributorship in Burr Oak from 1965-1969. In the early 2000s, he and Wanda owned and operated a small, family grocery store, Main Street Market, in Burr Oak. Doug never lost his love for motorcycles and in retirement he developed a business of buying, restoring and marketing them for sale worldwide. 

His greatest love and enthusiasm in life was for his wife, Wanda and his family. He especially cherished his grandchildren. Doug accepted Jesus as his savior at age 8 and led his family in Christian love, patience and compassion.

Preceding him in death were his parents, Margaret and Richard Frasier, and two brothers, Steven Leroy Frasier and Robert Lewis.

Left to treasure his memory are his loving wife, Wanda Frasier of Burr Oak, Kansas; four sons and six grandchildren: Jason Frasier of New York, New York; Skylar Frasier and husband, Kary Borden, of Salem, Oregon; Joshua Frasier and wife, Amanda, of Hastings, Nebraska, and children Luke, Emma and Sophia; and Caleb Frasier and wife, Lauren, of Augusta, Kansas, and children Jayden, Jaxson and Jordan. Also surviving are two brothers: Dale and Don Frasier of Burr Oak, Kansas; three sisters: Judy Lawrence and husband, Don, of Omaha, Nebraska; June Reynolds and husband, Gary, of Beloit, Kansas; and Kathy Cobine of Salina, Kansas; other relatives and his many friends.

Services were Monday, 10:30 am, January 13, 2020 at the Christian Church in Burr Oak, Kansas with the Rev. Richard Cox officiating. Interment was at the Burr Oak Cemetery.

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Red Cloud, Nebraska  68970

Phone 402-746-2500

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Funeral Service
January 13, 2020

10:30 AM
Christian Church in Burr Oak (Kansas)

January 13, 2020

11:15 AM
Burr Oak Cemetery

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