Houston pastor killed during burglary had many Upstate ties - FOX Carolina 21

Houston pastor killed during burglary had many Upstate ties

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Donald Frazier (Courtesy: www.donfrazier.com) Donald Frazier (Courtesy: www.donfrazier.com)
HOUSTON, TX (FOX Carolina) -

A pastor who was shot and killed by a burglar outside his Texas home had ties to the Upstate.

Police in Houston said Donald Frazier, 69, somehow lost his gun to a burglary suspect, who turned the weapon on the elderly pastor.

Police said the burglar shot Frazier while his wife watched in horror, dialing 911.

According to Frazier's website, the pastor has many ties to the Greenville and Easley areas and has even hosted television shows produced at Greenville's WGGS-TV.

Frazier served with The Trav'Lers Quartet, a professional Gospel quartet, from Greenville, SC, as their manager and pianist for three years in the late 1960s. The singer-songwriter pastor also worked at the Mark V Recording Studio in Greenville from 1967 to 1970. He was also a partner in the Sounding Board Recording Studio in Easley from 1978 to 1981.

The website says Frazier once served as a uniformed chaplain for the Easley Police Department.

He also founded Atonement Ministries, Inc. in Greenville in 1976. Atonement was a worldwide evangelistic, missionary and media ministry service.

Frazier is also listed as producer and host of Adventures in Faith, a weekly, nationally syndicated TV program produced and broadcast from WGGS-TV.

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