Alan Scott Frazier passed away July 31, 2022 in the hospital in Flower Mound, Texas. Scott had been fighting several illnesses namely Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma and Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia.
Scott’s parents were James R. Frazier and Charlene R. Holt and he was born December 22, 1956 in Pampa, Texas. He grew up there and graduated from Pampa High School in 1975. After spending his free time riding dirt bikes Scott decided he needed to settle down and get an education. He headed to Ft. Worth to begin studying at Texas Christian University and then transferred to Stephen F. Austin. Scott graduated as a geologist and geophysicist in 1981; his first step in the industry was working with his uncle Don Frazier. Throughout his career Scott held many upper management positions until starting his own successful company in 2005, Miocene Energy LLC.
Scott never met a stranger and he was highly respected by his peers. He was a great story teller and when asked a question he would give you the history of the clock. Scott was always laughing and even when he was in the ICU he would laugh when friends visited. He was well versed on world history and politics and didn’t back down when confronted with an opposing view. Scott truly lived life to the fullest and as his son Alex said he managed to pack 185 years’ worth into 65 years. Even a rattlesnake bite couldn’t slow him down.
Scott is survived by his wife, Jackie, and his son Alex, daughter-in-law Kasey, grandson Logan and son Adam, daughter-in-law Abi, granddaughter Ava.
In lieu of flowers the family has requested donations be sent to Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. There will be a celebration of Scott’s life October 15th at the Frazier home in Flower Mound.