Below you fill find all funeral homes and cemeteries in or near Frazier Park.
Suburbs of Frazier Park: Pine Mountain Club, Pine Mtn Clb.
Their current mayor is Mayor Kevin McCarthy.
Zip codes in the city: 93222, 93225.
Kern County funeral flowers can be purchased from one of the local funeral shops we partner with.
Funeral Homes near Frazier Park
Facts about the city
Frazier Park is an unincorporated community in Kern County, California. It is 5 miles (8 km) west of Lebec, at an elevation of 4,639 feet (1,414 m). It is one of the Mountain Communities of the Tejon Pass. The population was 2,691 in the 2010 census, up from 2,348 in 2000.
Frazier Park Obituaries
It was written on March 7th, 2012 that Lucille Ann "Lou" Cooper (Martin) passed away in Frazier Park, California. Ms. Cooper was 84 years old. Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor Lucille Ann "Lou"'s life.
It was written by Ventura County Star on December 11th, 2011 that Jefferson Anthony "Jeff" Elmendorf died in Frazier Park, California. Elmendorf was 85 years old. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Jefferson Anthony "Jeff"'s life.
It was written by Ventura County Star on May 5th, 2011 that Ronald "Ron" Steiger passed away in Frazier Park, California. Steiger was 73 years old and was born in Uniontown, PA. Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor Ronald "Ron"'s life.
Fife as the first postmaster. Local historian Bonnie Ketterl Kane wrote that the mill was "supposedly" at the southeast end of the present community. The population was 2,348 at the 2000 census.
The earliest record relating to Frazier Park was a report in 1854 that lumber was being produced there from Frazier Mountain trees for use at the new Army post at nearby Fort Tejon, California Tejon. Its post office was established on September 14, 1927, with Charles B. She cited another report that a Kitanemuck Indian referred to the site Campo del Soldado (Soldier's Camp), "which was where the soldiers stayed when they cut timber from a mountain they called Pinery Mountain, today's Frazier Mountain."'A View From the Ridge Route,' Volume II, "The Fort Tejon Era," Bonnie's Books, 2002.
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