Tina Jan McKinzie Frazier

Tina Jan McKinzie Frazier, 61, went to be with the Lord on March 26, 2022. She passed away at Liberty Hospital.

Tina was born October 27, 1960 in Kansas City, Kansas. After graduating from Schlagle in 1979, she then went on to study at K-State. Tina loved reading, bowling and was a proud member of the USBC.  After retirement she found a new love in metal detecting.

Tina is survived by mother, Janice Gosnell; brother, Donald McKinzie and his wife, Amy; sister, Bonita Gray and her husband, David; brother, Michael McKinzie and his wife, Debra; daughter, Hanna Frazier; son, Grant Frazier and his wife, Victoria; grandson, Kale Russell; granddaughter, Kinadee Frazier; and grandson, Carson Frazier.

She was an amazing Daughter, Sister, Mother, Grandmother and Friend. Tina will be leaving a huge hole in the hearts of her family and friends with her passing. She was kind, and loved everyone that ever came into her life. Her goal in life was to put a smile on everyone’s face and always tried to get everyone to get along and love each other.

The visitation will be held at Northland Mission Church on Thursday March 31, 2022 at 10:00 a.m., followed by a service at 11:00 a.m. There will be a private burial for the family at Fairview Cemetery following the service.

If you wish to make a Donation in honor of Tina, please consider donations to the Wounded Warrior Project.

Arrangements in care of Bross & Spidle Funeral Home, Excelsior Springs.

Our Sincere Condolences

Tina was an amazing person and friend. Her grandbabies were her pride and joy. She made a friend from everyone she met. She will be missed by so many people. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family in this difficult time.
Carrie Palermo
Park University

Such a sweet person. May the peace of God be with you now and during this tremendous loss.  She will be missed by many and may she shine where ever she is. FLY, FLY, FLY
Lani Lash

I had the opportunity to spend some quality time with Tina for over a year.  She loved her children and grandchildren. She was kind, generous, and funny. We got to go on many many metal detecting adventures. We talked about our families and our lives and our treasures we found. The holes I helped her dig and the holes she helped me with lol. I am truly sad, I am truly grateful God put me in her life.  I already miss her dearly.
Karen Andrews