Aaron Ramonte' Wilson-Frazier

The Life & Legacy of  

Aaron Wilson-Frazier  

Aaron Wilson-Frazier was born on July 18,1996 in Columbia, Md to Camelieta Frazier and was  later adopted by Marcel Frazier Sr. Aaron walked into the loving arms of his Lord and Savior,  Jesus Christ on January 1, 2022. 

Aaron was a passionate artist. At age six, Aaron started drawing freehand animation characters.  In elementary school, Aaron partook in various extra curricular activities such as Wood Shop &  Ceramics. He carved a pool table and guitar by hand, designed ceramic mugs and vases; and  hand crafted many more personalized creations. 

Aaron also loved playing sports. At age 7, Aaron started playing Pop Warner football for PG  Storm as a cornerback and then went on to play for the PG Chargers in his teenage years.  Aaron attended Prince George’s County Public Schools. He played JV & Varsity Football for  Bowie High school as a Cornerback & Special Teams. He also ran JV & Varisty Track & Field,  where he was recognized as 2nd Place Long Distance Runner in the County. Aaron graduated  from Bowie High School in June 2014 and was determined to continue onto higher eduction.  Aaron applied, was accepted and attended Hampton University. In the Fall, he began his  studies in Kinesiology. 

Aaron believed in hard work and always strived to put his best foot forward. Aaron’s first job was  at Six Flags America as a games and rides team member. He then went on to M-NCPPC,  where he worked as a Summer Camp Counselor and Seasonal Maintenance Worker. In  addition to maintaining various jobs, Aaron also enjoyed landscaping yards - a trade he learned  at a young age from his father. 

Aaron loved socializing and making people laugh. Although Aaron had his challenges, his loving  spirit always shined through. He truly loved his family and friends. Aaron’s smile was infectious.  Being a comedian and helping people however he could is what brought him joy. He loved his  “Football Sunday’s” and watching his favorite team the Pittsburgh Steelers. If you didn’t catch  him watching sports or playing his Xbox with his friends, he was definitely binge watching his  favorite television series Harry Potter. 

Recently, Aaron discovered his passion and love for cooking. He was inspired to become  #ChefMac and own his own food truck. 

Aaron’s life will forever be cherished by his Mother, Camelieta Frazier, Father, Marcel Frazier  Sr., Sisters, Dyamond Bailey-Frazier & Armani Bailey, Brothers, Marcel Frazier Jr. & Diamanté  Bailey, Niece, Nesha Frazier (dog), Grandmothers, Marsha Reeves, Rhonda Frazier and  Joycelyn Stephen’s, Godmother’s, Anica O’Neil & Kimberly Porter and a host of Special Aunts,  Uncles, Cousins & Friends. 

“We know that Aaron was called home by an angel far too soon; but he will always and forever  live peacefully in our hearts and walk graciously by our sides."