A time to love: She courted the late John Monroe Sr. and during this courtship, two children were born. She later married the late Elder William Stacy Sr. and to this union, seven children were born, and later years she was married to Lawrence Frazier who preceded her in death.
A time to work: She held various jobs and retired at Reitz Union at the University of Florida
A time to worship: She accepted Christ at an early age and was baptized, she was a member of The Church of God by Faith, Bronson Florida, and was under the leadership of the late Elder Joseph Camps, Elder Willie McKnight Sr, and Elder Ernest Williams she later became a member of Compassionate Outreach Ministries of Gainesville Florida until 2006. She then joined her son Bishop Curtis Stacy‘s ministry in Chiefland Florida Elohim Praise, Worship & Deliverance Ministries which today is Greater Works Ministry.
A time to live: She lived in Bronson FL, and in later years she moved to Gainesville Florida.
A time to be called home: On April 13, 2022, Mother Frazier heard the voice “Come and go with me”
A time to be remembered: Mother Henretta Frazier will truly be missed by her children: John Monroe,(Annie Jean )of Archer, Florida, Robert Monroe (Tigen)of Williamsburg, Virginia, Patricia Stacey of Bronson, Florida, William Stacy (Eula )of Gainesville, Florida, Mikell Stacey of Bronson, Florida, Liz Bryant (Cliff) Gainesville, Florida, Bishop Curtis Stacey Sr. (Lady Joye)of Bronson, Fla and Minister Charlene James (Norman)of Williston, Florida one sister Evelyn Wilkes of Columbus, Georgia,33grands and a host of great brands,great-great grands, on and great-great-great-grandson. 3 Goddaughters Maxine Rutledge, Bonnie Henderson, and Lottie Colton, 2 special sons: Glenn Hayes (Sylvia)of Gainesville and Malon Blake (Gertrude )of Chiefland , Florida