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Deborah “Dee” Frazier White

February 28, 1957 ~ February 26, 2020 (age 62)

Obituary

Minister Deborah “Dee” Frazier White          

Dee was born February 28th, 1957 to David and Evelyn Frasier in Charleston, South Carolina. Affectionally called “Loly” by family and “Dee” by her closest friends, is the fifth child of the Frasier family. She was educated through the Charleston city public school system, attending Rhett Elementary and Burke High. She then moved to Manhattan NY, where she received her diploma at George Washington High School. In response to her passion of writing, she furthered her education receiving her Bachelor of Arts Degree in communication from The University of Tampa.

She gave her life to Jesus Christ and was baptized at a very young age. While following the call on her life, she took a step out on faith, and in 1988, relocated to Brandon, FL. It is here where Minister Dee began teaching and training under the direction of Dr. Morris Cerullo World Evangelism Ministry. In 2006 Minister Dee received eldership through the laying of hands by Dr. Cerullo.

Dee worked for the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Department for nearly 20 years. In 1994 she became a citizen volunteer and board member for The Department of Corrections in the State of Florida. She served as a coordinator for their pre-release program, mentor, minister, and overseer of their Faith-Based Program from 1994 until the facility closed in 2001.

In various ministries Dee served as a Team Leader for the Prayer and Evangelism team, a member of the Praise and Worship team, Intercessory Prayer Ministry and Deliverance Team, Finance Ministry, Children’s Ministry and the Hospitality Committee. 

During her life, she was a true servant to the people of God. As a published writer, she often encouraged those around her regardless of who they were and what they looked like. She founded Harvest of Souls Ministries, in which she would prepare meals for the homeless and serve them while having bible study on the streets in her city. 

She served in many ministries over the duration of her life: Lighthouse Christian Fellowship Center, where she and her son Terrance were baptized and chartered members. Living Water Church, The New Vision Bilingual Church and Dominion Christian Church in Laurel MD. In more recent years, she served in the ministry of an Evangelist under the leadership of Dr. Stella Immanuel, Fire Power Ministries in Katy TX until her sickness became too much for her to continue. During her residence in Gainesville FL, she was a member of Powerhouse Family Worship Center under the leadership of Bishop Leo and Co-Pastor Susette Robinson.

Dee pursued and fulfilled the purpose and call of God on her life through the ministry of an Evangelist, reaching out to those who were lost and in need of salvation and deliverance through the love and delivering power of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Dee was preceded in death by her Father, David Frasier, Oldest brother, Marion Frasier and Nephew, Jamal Frasier

She is survived by her most cherished son Terrance and husband, Calvin White. 

Dee also leaves to cherish her memories, Mother, Evelyn; Brothers, Bernard (Patricia) and Fernando; Sisters, Paulette, Vermell (Jerome) and Valjean (Wayne). Aunts, Mary (Alex), Patricia; Uncles, Benjamin and Frank. Parents in law, Calvin & Amelia; Sisters in Law, Jackie (Anthony), Kathy (David), Kim (James), Karen (Curly). A host of nephews, nieces, grandnephews, grandnieces, cousins, other relatives and most dearest friends.

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 Service Program


Services

Visitation
Friday
March 13, 2020

12:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Phillip & Wiley Mortuary
310 STATE ROAD 26
MELROSE, FL 32666-3902

Celebration of Life
Saturday
March 14, 2020

1:00 PM
Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church
630 NW 2nd Street
Gainesville, FL 32601

Graveside Service
Sunday
March 15, 2020

3:00 PM
Salters Cemetery
124 White Church Ln
Summerville, SC 29590

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