Rezella Fraley

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REZELLA MAE FRALEY, went home to be with the Lord on January 11, 2018. She was born on April 11, 1960 in Huntsville, Alabama to Roxie Mae and Oza Draper.
Rezella was saved, sanctified and filled with the Holy Spirit. She served as a member of Union Tabernacle growing up. Later she united with the Concord Missionary Baptist Church were she accepted her calling to the ministry as Evangelist Rezella Fraley. She served faithfully at Concord where her brother served as pastor. When her brother was called to pastor another vineyard out of the city, Evangelist Rezella moved her membership to Greater Glory Baptist Church. She was a true patriarch who loved the Word of God.
Rezella attended Linden McKinley High School where she graduated.
Rezella was the Executive Secretary for Columbus Window Cleaning where she worked tirelessly for thirty-five years. Rezella aka “Lil Sister” was the giver to the Draper family. She took care of eight brothers and one lovely sister. Rezella was the true definition of LOVE. She was known for her loving smile, loud laugh, kind sweet heart and her HEAVY HANDS. She enjoyed spending time with her family as well as her church family. Rezella had a passion for shopping. Wow did she love her high heel shoes.
She is preceded in death by her parents Oza and Roxie Mae Draper.
Rezella leaves in God’s care her dear husband of forty years, Tyrone Fraley; son, Jerome (Candice) Draper; daughter, Whitney (Andre) Draper-Cook; grandchildren, Jaila Henley, Amya Dunson, Jesiah Draper, Car Melo Draper; brothers, Theodis (Carmen) Oza, Robert (Debbie), Napoleon, Terry (Karen), Gregory, Tyrone (Roberta) and Danny Ray (Lynn); mother-in-law, Earnestine Fraley; a host of sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews and dear cousins Gail Horton and First Lady Darlene Jennings.

Visitation 11:00am Funeral 12noon Friday January 19,2018 at Mt. Herman Baptist Church

Interment at Glen Rest Memorial Gardens

Online Obituary Donation in memory of Rezella Fraley

Condolence Messages

  1. Still Don’t Know What To Say
    Love You Sister

  2. I am so big for your loss Tyrone and Jerome I will keep you both and your family in my prayers…stay strong…….

  3. Lil Sister was truly one of the sweetest angels that God ever loaned. I am grateful to have known her.

  4. Whitney I’m so sorry to hear of the passing of your beautiful mother. The last time I saw her she and Amya was in the mall shopping.. I will always remember her by her laughter , her beautiful spirit , and a woman that LOVED GOD and her FAMILY. GLORY BE TO GOD

  5. It is with heavy heart that I just found out about Rezella……we never met but spoke frequently on the phone regarding business matters between her company and the one I work for……she was always a fun lady to speak with and we had the same shoe passion and joked often of buying more and a lady can never have too many shoes…..she will be missed by her coworkers and by myself…….rest with God now and I will be there someday to check out shoes with you……prayers to the family in this time of transition…….

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