Dennis Wilson Fraley

Dennis Wilson Fraley
October 27, 1952 – June 5, 2019

Dennis Fraley, 66, of Brazos County, passed away on Wednesday, June 5, 2019, in his home. A visitation is scheduled from 5 to 7 pm, Monday, June 10, 2019, at the funeral center. Funeral Service will be at 2pm, Tuesday, June 11, 2019, at Callaway-Jones Funeral Center, interment will follow in Kurten Community Cemetery. Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers, Bryan-College Station.

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  1. Scott,
    You and your family are in my prayers. Dennis was “One of a Kind” Always had a smile on his face when he would come to PChem on Thursdays.

  2. Dennis was a very dear friend of mine and I will miss him very much.
    We had a lot of history together and shared a lot of laughs and good times throughout my career.
    I will keep the Fraley Family in my Prayers to be at peace during this difficult time.
    God Bless,

  3. Dennis was a blessing in our lives.
    yawl all are in our prayers.
    Need anything let us know.

  4. So Very Sorry for your Loss. We worked with Dennis for many years. His smiling face and wise words of wisdom always brightened our day here at Walnut Creek. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  5. Sending my prayers to the family. I worked for Dennis for 17 years…he was always so good to me and my family…loved harassing my mother when she came to the office.

  6. My condolences to the entire family. I’ve known Dennis for over 18 years (Frontier Plant). With a smile always on his face, he would bring ice cream sandwiches for a hot summer day. He loved Aggie Sports (BB and Bsbl), his old muscle car and a good steak & cigar with 20 year old scotch. He was one of kind. He will be missed.
    Keeping the Fraley Family in my Prayers to be at peace during this difficult time.
    Your brother in Christ. God Bless.

  7. We lift up the Dennis Fraley family in prayers! May God give you all peace, mercy and grace! You all will be in our thoughts for the months to come.

  8. Richard and I are so sorry for your loss. We both worked for P Chem and Dennis was such a part of our years at P Chem. We always enjoyed his visits. He always had a smile on his face and was always picking on some body. I can still see him standing over the BBQ pit grilling us steaks and cracking jokes. He loved his family and always
    enjoyed telling us about all of you. He will be missed. Our prayers are with all of you.

  9. Becky, Ed and I have always thought a lot of Dennis and Ed especially enjoyed visiting with him at your Mom’s funeral. I was shocked to hear this sad news but was so elated that you got in touch with Jerri so we would know. Please know you are loved by so many folks and we are all praying for you during this time of loss. It won’t be easy but you are strong in the Lord and I know you will make it. You have that wonderful family of children and grandchildren that loves and supports you like no other. Wish I could be there but as you probably already know, I have experienced some health issues that prevent me from traveling very far now. Pray for us in our older years as we remember you and your sweet family during this time of losing your dear sweet husband. Stay in touch. I am still on fb. Virginia Bonnett

  10. Dear Becky and family,

    I’ve had the privilege of knowing Dennis 46 years beginning with our years at Stephen F. Austin State. He was always very helpful and gracious during our entire friendship. Quick with a joke and with that infectious smile. Love him like a brother. He was one of a small handful of individuals that I would have dropped what I was doing and come running – and him vice versa. He was truly an unique person who be greatly missed.

    Kirk Tareilo
    Lufkin Texas

  11. So sorry for your loss. I didn’t know Dennis, but I have some relatives with the last name Fraley and I go to church with some of his in-laws in Livingston.

  12. I knew Dennis from TMPA. I thought of him and his family often.
    I think I met his wife Francis once, Shea did went to grade school atSt. Augustine
    Prayers and love to his family.

  13. Becky, Sending our deepest condolences from the Brune family to you and your family. Praying for you during these difficult times. Dennis was such a sweet man with a great sense of humor.

  14. Dear Becky and family — It has been many years since our gymnastic & homeschool shared events, but we remember you all fondly, including Dennis. Our hearts and prayers are with you all at his passing. We know you are safe in the abiding care of our blessed Savior both now and in the days to come by His grace.

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