Rhumeir Frazier

Obituary of Rhumeir T. Frazier

Rhumeir Turon Frazier, affectionately known as Meir, was born August 23, 1978, in Camden New Jersey to Felicia Karen Hawkins and the late Robert Frazier. Rhumeir was educated in the Camden City Public school system At age 15, an accident left him paralyzed from the waist down. However, he was very determined to move forward. Rhumeir continued his education through tutoring. After a period of time following his injury, he pursued his drivers license and later acquired his own apartment and car. Meir would drive himself around to appointments and other places like Atlantic City to enjoy the scenery and play some of his favorite games. Rhumeir was analytical and a deep thinker. He loved healthy debates about all kinds of topics and was sometimes referred to as "professor" by close friends and family. He had a love for poetry and would write short pieces to share with his sister Rasheeda. Rhumeir also had a great since of humor. He was fun to be with and he was funny. Meir loved to laugh and oftentimes, he made everyone else around him laugh, including the nurses who helped take care of him. Meir loved family and was full of life. He had a special bond with his friends, his sisters; Aliya and Rasheeda, his uncles Craig and Brad and his Grandfather James. He especially enjoyed his Grandfathers wisdom concerning life without judgment. In his friends' circle' he went by the nicknames Kabeir "the great" and Eastwood. Meir loved good food and was particular about what he ate. He learned to make salmon and stake from his Aunt Paul. They enjoyed talking about the Bible and many aspects of life and Meir would often encourage his Aunt Paul through his own adversity in life. Despite his personal struggles, he never wallowed in his physical condition nor allowed anything to hinder him from extending encouragement or lending a helping hand to others. God called Meir home to rest September 7, 2021 Meir is predeceased by his father, Robert Frazier; Grandparents: James Sr. and Vivian Hawkins and an Uncle, Dana Hawkins. Meir leaves to cherish his memory, his Mother Felecia Hawkins, Son: Rhumeir Money, Granddaughter: Aubrey Money and Empress Chambers, Siblings: Aliyah Hawkins, Rasheeda Hawkins and Michelle Hawkins-Relyea, Debora Dunlap, Gail Frazier, Donnie Sellers, Shukri N. Fardan Aunts: Trudy Sadler, Pauletta Jackson, Myra Hawkins, Arlene Sewell. Uncles: James Hawkins Jr.. Brad Hawkins Sr., and Craig Hawkins. Nieces: Ciani Hawkins-Stallworth, Nova Relyea, Aaliyah Relyea-Gidado Nephews: Noelle Relyea, Amari Stallworth, Anthony Hamlett Close friends: Donnell Muse (fats), Chris Byrd (Cousin), James Byrd (Pac), Marlon Yellock (Skully) and a host of cousins, relatives and friends. Meir was deeply loved and will be greatly missed!
Friday
17
September

Visitation

10:00 am - 11:00 am
Friday, September 17, 2021
The Salvation Army Kroc Center
1865 Harrison Avenue, Suite B
Camden, New Jersey, United States
856-379-6900
Friday
17
September

Service

11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Friday, September 17, 2021
The Salvation Army Kroc Center
1865 Harrison Avenue, Suite B
Camden, New Jersey, United States
856-379-6900
Friday
17
September

Interment

1:00 pm
Friday, September 17, 2021
Lakeview Memorial Park
1300 Route 130
Cinnaminson, New Jersey, United States
856-829-3553
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