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Paula Frazier Obituary: Paula B. Frazier 74, of Greenville Is Dead
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Paula Frazier Obituary: Paula B. Frazier 74, of Greenville Is Dead

Apr 4, 2024
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Paula B. Frazier, 74, died at her home in Greenville on Tuesday, April 2, 2024. A woman was born in Besao, Mountain Province, Philippines on July 29, 1949. In a tragic turn of events, the parents of Pablo and Timasa Osbucan have sadly departed from this world. Paula’s background and educational experiences were centered exclusively on the Philippines.

In a developing story: In a recent development, Pennsylvania has obtained a nursing license. An individual has achieved a significant milestone, paving the way for them to join the team of operating room nurses at UPMC Horizon Hospital in Farrell.

A woman residing in Greenville has been actively engaged in the women’s group at St. Clement’s Episcopal Church. A woman has discovered immense pleasure in a range of activities, such as gardening, bowling, and cherishing precious moments with her grandchildren.

Tragically, Daniel Allen Frazier is now faced with the devastating loss of his wife, Paula, leaving him in a state of profound grief. In a momentous event on February 27, 1975, the couple publicly announced their unwavering dedication to one another.

Surviving family members are Laurie Jean Peles and her husband Jeremy of Hermitage, PA, along with Anthony Allen Frazier and his wife Danielle of West Middlesex, PA. Three grandchildren, Jordin Elizabeth Frazier, Alexandra Renee Frazier, and Griffin Anthony Frazier, have survived the deceased. In a developing story: Three brothers have been identified as Dominic Osboro, Peter Osbucan, and Alvin Osbucan.

In a surprising turn of events, it has been revealed that Peter Osbucan has tied the knot with Norma, while Alvin Osbucan has also found love and happiness in his marriage with Maria Victoria. Five sisters are now facing the devastating loss of their loved one in a tragic turn of events.

A group of individuals has come together, consisting of Pauline McGinnis, Nellie Diego and her spouse, Cornelio, Alicia Osbucan, Leonora Pekas and her partner, James, and Linda Osbucan. In a devastating turn of events, a woman finds herself in the depths of grief as she copes with the untimely deaths of her cherished sisters, Joan Carling and Sofia Olat.

With her parents as her sole source of support, she navigates the overwhelming sorrow that has befallen her.
A visitation has been arranged for Tuesday, April 9th, from 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm at Osborne-Williams Funeral Home & Cremation Services, situated at 73-75 Columbia Ave., Greenville.

A funeral service is set to begin at 5:00 pm, led by Rev. John K. Wise, the respected pastor of St. Clement’s, following the visitation. Paula’s ashes will be interred in the columbarium at St. Clement’s Church following the cremation process. A private ceremony has been scheduled for the inurnment, exclusively for family and close friends to attend.

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