According to kansas.com, Frazier died at age 70 on June 28 – a Wednesday.
He attended Wichita State University for a few years before deciding to go into radio. He attended a Kansas City broadcasting school before moving to Wellington and working for the KLEY radio station.
In the 1970s, almost every teenager in the Wichita metropolitan area listened to Mr. Frazier’s Mundy voice.
He was best known for singing the daily school lunch menu and for doing jingles before each song.
“He could set the jingle in the same key as the song so it made a nice transition,” his wife Sue Frazier said.
Mr. Frazier also established the Christmas Crusade for Children, which raised money for children’s toys that Wichita police could then distribute during the holiday season. The fundraiser was a hit. Mr. Frazier asked radio listeners to each donate $1.
In later years, Frazier suffered from dementia.