Jeannie Frazier Memorial Fund Announced
Updated: Feb 7, 2018
Jeannie grew up in Sulphur, OK and attended Sulphur High School and East Central University. Jeannie proudly and lovingly served as the House Mother for The University of Oklahoma's Kappa Alpha Theta sorority for 18 years. She cherished the opportunity to mentor, comfort and guide over a thousand young women students. She was greatly loved by all and built lasting relationships. She was twice awarded the National Theta House Mother of the Year, for her love and dedication as a house mom.
Kappa Alpha Theta has partnered with CASA nationally for the past 25 years starting in 1989. The Alpha Omicron chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta was able to pair with CASA on a local level since the early years of SCCO (formerly Cleveland County CASA). Jeannie began as house mother for Theta in the 1990s just shortly after the founding of the partnership of Theta and CASA locally. Jeannie played a key role in building the relationship of CASA and Theta not only through her volunteer work and fundraising, but also by her continuous encouragement of the young women of Theta. She was the leader and mentor that helped foster the relationship with CASA and Theta to what it is today.
Jeannie played a different role in everyone’s life, but no matter what that role was she made each person feel loved. Jeannie Frazier’s legacy of kindness is preserved through the works of CASA.
Find out more by visiting www.southcentralcasa.org/jfmf