Kim (Wright) Frasher

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Kim (Wright) Frasher age 62, passed away at home surrounded by her family on December 25, 2020 after a long courageous battle with cancer. Kim was born on December 30, 1957 in Canton, OH to Ronald and Betty Wright. She graduated from Timken High School in 1975. Kim retired from Fairmount Elementary School as a lunchroom manager. She was involved in Girl Scouts for over 20 years and was a troop leader for both of her daughters’ Girl Scout troops, to which there were many memories made. She loved camping and most of all vacations to the Outer Banks in North Carolina.

Kim is preceded in death by her father, Ronald Wright and her granddaughter, Cora Swisher.

She is survived by her loving husband of 36 years, James (Mike) Frasher; daughters, Cali (Matt) Swisher, Luca Frasher; son, Zeke Frasher; granddaughter, Reagan “Sass” Swisher; mother, Betty Wright; siblings, Tim Wright, Lori (Steve) Ueltschy, Todd (Sue) Wright, Brett Wright; nieces, Brooke, Betsy, Jenna and Kasey. Kim also leaves behind many close friends and cousins.

The family would like to extend a special thank you to Aultman Hospice and Compassionate Care for the wonderful care provided to Kim and her family. No services will be held at this time, her wishes were to be celebrated in the Outer Banks at a later date.


4 Tributes to Kim (Wright) Frasher

  1. Heidi Vance says:

    This was beautiful! She was a remarkable woman. And she sure was a fighter. My prayers go out to your whole family!! Love you Luca ❤

  2. Karen (Watts) Gardner says:

    My heart goes out to all of you-many fun & good memories with Kim & Mike (years back!) She was a good friend to me-we had lost touch but I know if I would have stopped in or ran into her it would have been as if we had just talked- she was that type of person ! She will be missed deeply I’m sure- taken to soon for sure????-cherish all your wonderful memories????

  3. Paul and Kathy Lively says:

    Our sincere and deepest sympathy.

    • Eva Foltz says:

      I met Kim through girl scouts. I am a former girl scout leader myself. In addition our daughters went to school together. I’m not sure that Kim ever knew just how many lives she touched. Rest in peace Kim you’ve earned it.

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