Linda Lou Frazee

Born on May 16, 1936

Departed on July 18, 2016 and resided in Atlanta, GA


Linda Lou Frazee Boeringa, a longtime resident of Kimberling City, passed away Monday, July 18, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia after a long illness.

Linda was born May 16, 1936 in Sullivan, Indiana. She was raised by her aunt and uncle Audra and Hobart Lewellyn following the untimely death of her mother Ruby Lorraine Secrest when Linda was 10 years old. Linda graduated from Sullivan High School and Harrold's Beauty Academy, and worked as a hairdresser at Root's Department Store in Terre Haute for many years.

Linda moved to Kimberling City, Missouri and worked for several years at "Guy's and Gal's Hair Design". Linda and her husband, George Boeringa, lived on Hoot Owl Point for several years overlooking Table Rock Lake and were active members in the Elk's Club and American Legion. After retirement, Linda and George traveled extensively visiting friends and relatives across the U.S.

Survivors include her daughter Leslie Frazee Grun and son-in-law Rolf Grun of Atlanta, Georgia; Bryan Wayne Frazee of Atkins, Arkansas; Bradley Todd Frazee of Brazil, Indiana; Anthony Tony Scott Frazee of Sullivan, Indiana; her two stepsons Kim Boeringa and Jody Boeringa, both of Hawaii; and her cousin Sharon Riddle of Marion, Indiana. She is also survived by five grandchildren, BJ and Jeremy Frazee of Indiana and Grant, Hope, and Lili Boeringa of Hawaii, as well as four great-grandchildren, Dylan, Madelyn, Brody, and Hudson Frazee of Indiana.

She was predeceased by her husband, George Boeringa, her mother Ruby Lorraine Secrest, and stepparents Audra and Hobart Lewellyn, along with several other aunts and uncles.

A celebration of life will be held at the Elks Club in Kimberling City on Saturday, August 27, 2016 from 12-2PM. All friends are welcome.

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  1. ns July 30, 2016 at 12:00 am - Reply

    During the trials and tribulations we all have while living in this world, faith in God’s promises helps us endure. Jehovah God promises to eliminate the final enemy we all face, death. Rev. 21:4. May this thought from God’s Word provide peace during these difficult times.

  2. Leslie Grun August 5, 2016 at 12:00 am - Reply

    To my loving mother,

    I will miss you and you will always be in my heart. I hope you feel better and are with George and the rest of our family. I hope you are happy again and traveling like the two of you used to do.

    Until we meet again, I’ll be thinking of you.

    Love Always,


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