Good News For Late Deborah Fraser’s Family

Good News For Late Deborah Fraser’s Family

Good News For Late Deborah Fraser’s Family 1 Batho Batsho Bakopane (B3) Funeral Services have offered the family of the late gospel singer Dr. Deborah Fraser a funeral cover. The gospel star (56) passed away on Sunday, 15 May.

In April, the publication reported that the musician performed while she was in a wheelchair.

At the time, she told the People’s Paper that she wasn’t doing well.

B3 general manager Reverend Frank Mamotsau said they are willing to go all out to help the family with some of the things needed for Deborah’s send-off.

“We would like to convey our sincere condolences to the family of Dr. Deborah Fraser. B3 would be honored to be part of the send-off,” read the statement.

Deborah’s family will not have to pay or contribute anything to lay her to rest.

Some of the packages offered by B3 include the dome casket, hearse, six family cars, venue, and cemetery decorations.

They shared that they will cater to up to 100 family members and dignitaries.

They will also ensure there is an online program.

“As we are in the Covid-19 pandemic, we will provide coffin spray and flowers to accompany the star. We will also display banners and portraits that go with the musician’s headstone.

“There will be a B3 car with a dedicated driver for family errands. and handling of all administration relating to the funeral arrangements. We hope the family will accept our proposal and allow B3 to be part of the dignified send-off of Dr Deborah Fraser,” said Rev Mamotsau.