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People of the Crossroads — Kendall Frazier, Corinth
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Plaza Dry Cleaning owner Kendall Frazier uses his business to clean clothes and provide a ministry that helps people clean up their lives. “Our doors are always open to talk to people about cleaning up their lives,” he said. “We clean clothes on the side, but if we can help people, that’s what it’s all about.” Frazier and wife Amanda lead a class called “Life in Focus,” a faith-based program in cooperation with the area justice system that is designed to help people get their lives back on course. The 48-year-old Kossuth native has four children: Blake, Lindsey, Molly and Kent. Frazier credits his wife with helping him through his own darkest hours. “There’s a good chance I wouldn’t be alive if not for Amanda,” he said. “God has been good to me.” / Staff photo by Bobby J. Smith
Plaza Dry Cleaning owner Kendall Frazier uses his business to clean clothes and provide a ministry that helps people clean up their lives. “Our doors are always open to talk to people about cleaning up their lives,” he said. “We clean clothes on the side, but if we can help people, that’s what it’s all about.” Frazier and wife Amanda lead a class called “Life in Focus,” a faith-based program in cooperation with the area justice system that is designed to help people get their lives back on course. The 48-year-old Kossuth native has four children: Blake, Lindsey, Molly and Kent. Frazier credits his wife with helping him through his own darkest hours. “There’s a good chance I wouldn’t be alive if not for Amanda,” he said. “God has been good to me.” / Staff photo by Bobby J. Smith
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