Veronica Cecile Frasier
Veronica Cecile Frasier, aka, “V”, VèVè” and “Vern”, age 38, died at home on January 13, 2022. She was living in Charlestown, Massachusetts at the time of her death.
She is survived by her parents, Joseph R. and Marcia Frasier her siblings, brothers; Jonathan Frasier, Timothy (Melissa) Frasier, sisters; Leslie Frasier, Lisa (Hunter) Webster and Valerie Richardson. She was also survived by her loving grandmother, Lauretta (Clarence) Campbell who played an intricate part in her life and Richard Whitelocke, grandfather, who resides in Bristol, England. In addition to several aunts, uncles, a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends who resides all around the world.
Veronica grew up in Hamden, Connecticut, attended the Hamden Public School System and graduated in 2006 with a Bachelor of Science Degree from Northeastern University in Boston, MA. She drank the “Bean Town” water, and never left and worked in the hospitality industry after graduation.
She was a special gift to her parents, good student, hard worker and required minimal direction to accomplish her goals. Veronica was a beautiful young lady, with an engaging smile who had a wonderful sense of style and whose presence was always felt whenever she entered a room. Even though Veronica was very private, she always tried to celebrate life and maintain a positive outlook.
Veronica traveled extensively and spent a semester in Jamaica during college so that she could learn more about her mother’s heritage. Thanks to grandma, Lauretta, she loved Jamaican food. She enjoyed fine dining and considered herself a “foodie”.
She was very proud of her Caribbean heritage, her upbringing in New England and the opportunity to meet her extended family in England and Jamaica.
Veronica was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease, and while her health issues were significant, she always maintained her independence, lived her life to the fullest and walked her own spiritual path.
The Frasier family would like to thank those who gave an outpouring of love and kindness during this difficult time. A celebration of life memorial will be held in April 2022.
In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting a donation to the Lupus Foundation (www.supportlupus.org) or the American Cancer Society (https://www.cancer.org/involved/donate/memorial-giving.html) in Veronica’s name.
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