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Carol Frasher-Lizon, 79, of Woodsfield, formerly of the community of Wilson, died Monday, May 18, 2020, in Marietta Memorial Hospital.

She was born August 13, 1940, in Portsmouth, the oldest daughter of the late Robert Bion and Helen Eulalia Winters Williams.

Carol will be remembered by everyone who was fortunate to have met her as a kind, compassionate, giving soul. She had many interests and talents. She was a homemaker, a Sunday school teacher and a volunteer at Barnesville Hospital. She worked at the Switzerland of Ohio Country Club and the former Decker’s Food Market. She loved bowling and playing golf.

Surviving are three children, Kelly Schumacher Christman and her husband, Daron, of Lewisville; Todd Frasher and his wife, Terri, of West Milton, and Julie Vogler and her husband, Ed, of Bellaire; six grandchildren, Trent (Brittany) Schumacher, Ryan (Natasha) Frasher, Karly (George) Davis, Preston (Krystal) Vogler, Alexis Vogler, and Kirby Schumacher; six great-grandchildren, Kensley Frasher, Colt Davis, Quinn Davis, Bristol Schumacher, Ryker Vogler, and Baby Boy Davis due to arrive in July; four sisters, Charlotte Williams, Marybeth Williams, Lisa McCartney and Crystal Kotcampand; also many friends.

In addition to her parents, Carol was preceded in death by two husbands, Robert “Bob” Frasher and Donald Lizon, Sr.; and three brothers, Brian Keith Williams, Ronald Bion Williams, and Ralph Lester Williams.

Knowing there are many friends and relatives who would like to pay their respects by attending Carol’s visitation, on behalf of her family we, at the Harper Funeral Home would like to express apologies that the current situation requires that visitation be limited only to the immediate family. However family and friends are invited to attend Carol’s graveside service at noon, Friday, May 22, 2020 in the Beallsville Cemetery where social distancing will be observed and facemasks are encouraged.

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