Carolyn Fraser Obituary, Death – With grief in our heart we regret to announce the death of Carolyn Edwards Fraser, who resided in Englewood, Florida. She was the daughter of Rena Edwards and Rayford Edwards. She came from the Edwards family. Carolyn was the third of a total of nine children to be born in the house that her family lived in while they were residing in Plant City, Florida. She had been employed by Tampa Electric Company right up until the point at which she became a mother for the first time. The day before she gave birth was her final day of employment at that company.
She was a passionate homemaker, a skillful seamstress, and a water girl who delighted in pastimes such as fishing, shell collecting, and taking leisurely strolls along the beach. Her hobbies included these things. These were some of the things that she enjoyed doing in her spare time the most. Her children were born in Plant City, and after they completed their education there, she and her husband, the late Charles Earl Fraser, relocated to Manasota Key so that they could be closer to their grandchildren. Her children were also born in Plant City. After the death of her spouse, she surrounded herself with a huge number of close female companions.
She also became a member of a group of crafters and started selling seashell ornaments, handbags, and beach totes that she had manufactured by using seashells. She did this by participating in local craft fairs. Her immediate family members are as follows: her son, Barry E. Fraser; her daughter, Pamela Fraser Fendt; her daughter-in-law, Lynn Fraser; her son-in-law, Harry Fendt; her grandchildren, Kate Fraser and Andrew Fraser; her great grandchild, Rylie Holzworth; her brother and sister-in-law, Ray and Marie Edwards; her sisters, Peggy Morris, Marilyn Wetherington, Javene Lamb, and Sharon Papanicolas and their families; and her She passed away on She has not been seen or heard from since.