Brook Lynn Frazer, age 43, passed away peacefully, at home surrounded by her children, Jaden and Raven, after a two year courageous battle of cervical cancer.
Brook was born to Henry Frazer and Terri Finn-Goggleye in Cass Lake, on September 8, 1978.
Brook was an artist of many talents. She was very athletic, and spent many years playing softball with all of her best buddies on the Big Tap Knockerz team. Though she rarely golfed, she could outdrive her brothers, Cory and Tate, when playing with them.
Brook had the biggest smile that lit up every room when she walked in. She loved to laugh and tease and was the auntie that all the kids loved. She made all those around her feel special.
Brook’s greatest love of her life was being a Mom to Raven and Jaden. Brook had a special relationship with her three younger siblings, Tara, Katie, and Kellen Brown who she helped raise alongside her mom. Her pride and joy was the birth of her little granddaughter, Arabella Louella.
Brook is survived by her parents: Henry (Vicki) and Terri, and step father, George Goggleye; children: Jaden and Raven, special son, Micah James; granddaughter, Baby Lou; siblings: Cory (Amanda), Tate, Tara (Al), Katie (Moonie), and Kellen (Cara). God parents: Bryan Finn and Laura Karbowski Riddle; aunts and uncles: Gary and Michele, Luann and Leon, Jay and Tamie, Rob, Bryan and Patricia, Jon and Sherrie, and Pat. Also survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins, and her Mission Family.
Brook was preceded in death by grandparents, Henrietta and Ron Finn, Harvey and Bonnie Frazer; uncle Todd Finn; aunt Sherry Palmer; and son, Jared Todd Seelye.
Those helping lay Brook to rest are: Jaden and Justin Seelye, Fred Fairbanks, Michael Staples, Jr., Tate Boswell, Terick, Garrett, and Owen Frazer, Adidas, Kellen B, Scotty, and Adrian Brown.
Honorary Pallbearers are the Cass Lake-Bena Class of 1997, Big Tap Knockerz softball team, all of her BFF’s, and nieces, Anaya, Avery, Taryn, Cecilia, Sicily, Journi, Kallea, Ayana, Nina and Ayasha.
A Celebration of Brook’s life will be held on Sunday, May 15, 2022, with a visitation at 10 a.m., with service at 11 a.m., at the Bena Community Center. There will be a picnic at the Demo Bena Park immediately following the service.
Arrangements by: Carroll Funeral Home, Deer River & Bigfork, Minnesota.5-18