Wyoma “Sue” Fraim

Wyoma “Sue” Fraim

1937 – 2023

Wyoma Sue Fraim passed away peacefully in her home surrounded by her family and loved ones on February 9, 2023. She was born December 12, 1937, to Oscar & Kathryn Sullins, in Waurika, Oklahoma. Her family moved to Edmond, Oklahoma in 1946.

Sue graduated from Edmond High School in 1955. She married Bob Fraim June 23, 1955. She graduated from Drake University with a degree in Business Education, taught in Des Moines, Iowa, North Ridgeville, Ohio, Oklahoma City.  Sue later worked with her husband in Fraim Oil Company. Sue & Bob lived in various towns, Edmond, Memphis, Wichita, Des Moines, and Cleveland. They loved traveling and had traveled to many states and ten foreign countries.

Sue was a member of First Christian Church, Edmond, was an elder, and served in many capacities.  She loved her church, her pets, the Oklahoma Sooners, gardening, many friendships, traveling, and her large and loving family.  Sue’s pride and joy were her grandchildren, especially the great grandchildren.  The “greats” were the light of her life.

Sue is preceded in death by her parents, Oscar and Kathryn Sullins, her husband Robert DeWayne Fraim, and her youngest son, Robert Paul Fraim.  Sue is survived by her son  Phil Fraim & his wife Rachel & her daughter Pam Fraim; her grandchildren Isaac Fraim & his wife Shelby, Mandy Masters & her husband Max, Audra Majors & her husband Mick, Ashlee Thompson & her husband Paul, Byron Richmond & his wife Crystal, Chad Richmond & his wife Maryam , Caleb Baldwin & his wife Kelsey, Lindsey Fraim, and Emily Mitchell; her great grandchildren Jack, Evan, & Will Fraim, Slate, Ledger, & Knox Masters, Peyton & Mason Majors, Draden, Brooklyn & Brynnlee Thompson, Rob & Holden Manchester, & Briar Sue Baldwin; her sister Kay Sullins, as well as many nieces, great nieces & nephews.

A celebration of life service is scheduled for Thursday, February 16th, 11:00 am at First Christian Church, Edmond. Visitation is 1:00-8:00 pm Wednesday, February 15th at Matthews Funeral Home, Edmond.   

1 thought on “Wyoma “Sue” Fraim”

  1. Connie Sorrell

    To Sue’s family,
    I so enjoyed Sue’s witty comments and spunky attitude. She will be remembered by me as “I can do it myself, thank you.” and “We make a good team! Let’s do it!” I suppose now she is doing less walking and more flying with her angel wings, but I am sure that makes her happier yet! I’m pretty sure she is singing to her heart’s content. May our Heavenly Father draw her family closer to each other and closer to Him as you remember her, miss her and seek His comfort in your sorrow. Connie Sorrell from Visiting Angels

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