October 4, 1954 - August 23, 2022
Service Date: September 7, 2022
Visitation will be from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m., on September 6th. Services will be at 10:00 a.m. September 7th at Crippin Funeral Home Chapel and burial will be at Grand View Cemetery. A reception will follow at the Elks Lodge in Montrose.
Gregory Blake Frasier, Born October 4th, 1954, in Montrose Colorado, to Harold Dwain Frasier and Betty Eloise Jackson. Went to his Final resting place on August 23rd, 2022, at the age of 67, in his family home unexpectedly.
Greg lived life to the fullest. He started school at Oak Grove School and graduated from Montrose High School in 1972. He had three beautiful children Angie, Curt and Crystal, in a marriage that ended in divorce after 10 years to Vickie Rainbolt , He then married Jerry Brown and they raised his wonderful children with which ended in divorce after 8 years .
In 1983 he started Frasier Construction and Home Improvement after his 7-year business venture with Steve Kelley (Frasier and Kelley Construction). He built his family home in 1992 and his parent’s home on Spring Creek after that. While building homes in the surrounding Montrose area he started in the home rental business buying, renting and selling multiple properties. His greatest love was for his children and grandchildren, he also enjoyed being outdoors, in the mountains hunting, fishing or just camping, riding 4wheelers and snowmobiles.
In 1996 he met Joanie who he shared his family with . They spent many weekends at their Arrowhead lot. If he was not in Arrowhead, he could be found mowing his oversized lawn or sitting in his garage thinking about his children, his next adventure or enjoying a drink with friends and or family.
Surviving Greg are his mother Betty Frasier, brother Kerry Frasier (wife Cathy), wife Joanie Deskin, mother-in-law Carolyn Beane, uncle Robert Jackson, daughter Angie Kishbaugh (husband Adam), son Curt Frasier, daughter Crystal Frasier, grandchildren Blake Bercillio, Preston Bercillio, Carver Kishbaugh and Castle Kishbaugh.