Jason was born in Oklahoma City to Terry Frazier and Lesli Frazier. He attended Putnam City High School and later became an automotive mechanic. Jason's love of all things motorized began as early as four years of age when he was found taking his mother's Volkswagen Beetle engine apart. He passed away at his home in Lawton following years of struggle with addiction. Jason will be remembered with love as a son, brother and loving father and also fondly as a mischief maker. He is survived by his parents, Lesli Griggs and husband Michael and Terry Frazier and wife Karen; his beloved son, Jameson Frazier; siblings, Melissa Hendricks (Robert), Jennifer Griggs, Thomas Griggs (Michelle), Robyn Frazier (April), Matthew Frazier; maternal grandparents, Paul and Betty Vegedes; step-grandmothers, Beverly Essary and Nancy Frazier; the mother of his child, Erica Haynes; ex-wife, Christie Mitchell-Frazier; as well as a host of cousins, nieces, nephews and extended family. Jason was preceded in death by grandparents, George and Alberta Alandzes, Margie Wheaton, James Frazier; step-mother, Sharletta Aweho and step-brother, Tony Diebler.A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 10:00 a.m. Saturday, December 7, 2019 at Christ the King Catholic Church with interment to follow at Resurrection Memorial Cemetery.Jason's family is heartened that he is at peace and wish for others facing addiction to seek help. They will cherish recent memories of times spent with him where he was healthy and happy. In lieu of flowers, the family asks contributions be made to the Jail and Addiction ministries through Christ the King Catholic Church.