Jane Frazier Kerr born in Takoma Park, Maryland on December 30, 1940 and died at home in Jefferson, MD on October 10, 2023
Predeceased by Parents: Father Elmer E. Frazier and Mother Grace M. Frazier,
Son Bradley W. Teagle and Daughter Denise E. (Teagle) Flynn.
Survived by: Husband Paul A. Kerr married June 30, 1972, Son Jasen D. Kerr (U.S. Marine Corp Retired) and his ex-wife Shuyee Kerr, Granddaughter Audrey T. Kerr, Grandsons Shamus T. Kerr, Liam T. Kerr, and Brandon W Teagle, Brother David M Frazier and his wife Linda P. Frazier, Sister-in-law Jane Ward (Kerr) along with numerous nephews.
Jane graduated from Bethesda Chevy Chase High School in 1958 and later attended Frederick Community college as well as the University of Maryland.
Jane worked for the Army Map Service and Defense Mapping Agency before opening a business, with her husband Paul, in Jefferson, Maryland. Jane, along with her husband Paul, operated Mar-Lu-View Nursery & Landscaping, Inc. from 1979 until they sold it to their longtime friend David Dunlevy and his family in 2018.
Jane enjoyed participating in the sport of archery, and she was a Maryland Freestyle Ladies Champion. Jane enjoyed playing golf. She was an avid reader of historical novels and mysteries.
Jane will be missed by longtime friend Monica Leaman and her loving, but mischief-making dog Gypsy.
Jane was a friend of Dr. Bob & Bill Wilson since 1992 where she made many friends within the fellowship.
Husband, Paul Kerr would like to share a special thank you to the Hospice team (Tina & Megan) and the Visiting Angels team (Rebecca) for all the support given to him and to Jane.
A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, October 18, 2023 at 1:00 pm at Stauffer Funeral Home, 1621 Opossumtown Pike, Frederick, MD 21702 in Frederick, MD 21702. At the request of the family, casual attire is requested for those attending the service.
At Jane’s request, her ashes will be scattered in the Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in Jane’s memory to the Wounded Warrior Project, or a charity of your choosing.