Tanya Frazer

Tanya Frazer

Wednesday, August 30th, 1972 - Friday, July 31st, 2020
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Tanya Joan Frazer, of Plymouth, passed away suddenly on July 31, 2020.
Tanya will be missed most by her two loving children Benjamin Henry Frazer and Helen Anne Frazer, and by her partner of 22 years John Sancinito.
She leaves behind a large family, including her grandmother Helen Garuti, her father Daniel Frazer and her sister Bianca Frazer Kelly. She will be missed by her aunts and uncle, Lynn Malaguti, Joan Garuti, Rita Conley and James Garuti. She also leaves behind her cousins Ross Malaguti, Sean Malaguti, Jillian Davis, Joshua Mulloy, Jared Mulloy, Hannah Conley, Lindsay Platz and Evan Garuti.
She is preceded in death by her mother Gail Garuti Frazer.
She will however be missed by all of those who she came in contact with however briefly because her light was one that shared easily and touched people immediately.
Tanya was a life-long entrepreneur. She started and ran several successful businesses in Massachusetts including a pre-school, a catering company, a restaurant, and most recently a children’s theater in Plymouth.
She was forever thinking about the next big thing that she could give to this world, and she always strove to provide the world happiness, laughter and joy.
Funeral arrangements will be under the care of the Bartlett Funeral Home, 338 Court St., Plymouth. Please join us to celebrate the life of Tanya Frazer on Saturday, August 8th at the Funeral Home starting at 2pm. Interment will be private. To send an online condolence, please visit
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in Tanya's memory. Her children have started a children’s theater scholarship in her name and can be contacted at
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    Saturday, August 8th, 2020 | 2:00pm - 4:00pm
    Saturday, August 8th, 2020 2:00pm - 4:00pm
    Bartlett Funeral Home
    338 Court St.
    Plymouth, MA 02360
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Posted at 02:00pm
Dear Helen, Ben and John,
I am so very sorry for your loss. Tanya, together with you , provided my daughter with a wonderful and enriching experience at Kreative Kids for many summers. She was a kind and giving person and so proud and supportive of her family. Keep your chins up and watch for signs of your beautiful Mom watching over you. Sincerely, Melissa Powers and Laney

Kelly Mulloy

Posted at 10:27pm
The thing that I admired most about Tanya was her love for her family...from the way she loved and cared for Helen, Ben, and John to the beautiful meals that would bring the whole family together, to the time that she took to reach out and quietly check in on everyone. Her heart was always in building a better world for the people around her. She will be greatly missed. John, Helen, and Ben...there are no words. You will be in my prayers.

Russell and Joanne Dougherty

Posted at 07:36pm
John, Helen and Ben, there are no words to heal the ache in your hearts. Just know that many people have been sending peaceful thoughts. May the stories people tell of the wonderfulness that was her bring you peace. All our Love, Joanne and Russell Dougherty 🕯

Marcelle Peterson

Posted at 03:18pm
Binky, John, Ben and Helen and many more who are reeling from this tragic loss. Tanya truly did have a light and touched so many with her grace and talents. I have so many fond memories at the Frazer house. There were always the best laughs and the best hugs and so much fun. Life was truly embraced there. I also had the pleasure of seeing Kreative Kidz in action and Tanya beaming at what she created for the enjoyment of so many. Not long after I moved into my house, 19 years ago, Tanya catered my house warming party. I can remember all of the amazing food that she effortlessly prepared. So many talents came so easily for her, we were in awe, and I don’t think she could understand why. Selfless, loving and so gifted. So much more she could have done but a lasting legacy for us all. In peace and love and prayers to your families. Love, Marcelle

Robert Maher

Posted at 09:52am
To John, Bianca, and your families,
I was so profoundly saddened to hear this news. Please accept my deepest condolences on your loss. My memory of Tanya is from a summer evening (I think) following our Spellman graduation in 1989. We were all packed into Tanya and Bianca's house and treated to a viewing of what I have always remembered as 'Oblio and the Pointed Forest', but which I now, more than thirty years later, discover is actually called 'The Point' (and it was a Pointless forest, not a Pointed forest). I remember Tonya as a happy, free-spirited girl in a kind and loving family. I hope this memory brings some comfort to your families in this time of grief. You are all in my thoughts.
Be well,
Rob Maher

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