Moe’s in Decatur Helping Jantzen Frazier’s Family

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MORGAN COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) - There is an old saying about letting people help.  It goes…

“When someone wants to love you and help you, maybe you ought to let them.”

Many of us heard our grandparents drop that little jewel in conversations.  With that in mind, Moe’s Southwest Grill in Decatur is helping Jantzen Frazier’s family.

Jantzen Frazier died in October when the fire truck he was driving flipped on the way to a call.  Frazier was a volunteer with the Oden Ridge Fire Department.  The truck overturned on Wilson Mountain Road. Frazier was a decorated war veteran and was award several Purple Hearts.

A percentage of the sales Thursday, November 07, 2013 will go to Frazier’s widow Leslie and the couple's four daughters.

Leslie Frazier says the turnout and support has helped through a very painful and difficult time.

"I think the turnout like this, for Moe's, the community and the funeral.  Very touching, very nice.  It's a really close-knit community," said Leslie Frazier.  "And everyone has stepped up to help the girls or anything I needed.”

The restaurant is located at 1241 Point Mallard Parkway in Decatur and will close at 9:00 PM Thursday.

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