|Birth: ||Jun. 7, 1920|
|Death: ||Feb. 25, 2007|
Eleanor Whitenight Fraley, 86, a homemaker who was active in her family's Montgomery County farming business, died Feb. 25 at the Sycamore Acres assisting living home in Derwood. She had Alzheimer's disease.
Mrs. Fraley was born in Bloomsburg, Pa., and graduated from what was then East Stroudsburg State Teachers College in Pennsylvania. She taught physical education in her home town before marrying in 1945.
With her husband, she operated the family's 160-acre grain and cattle farm in Derwood, known as Flint Hill Farm, for 54 years. The family raised livestock and grew corn, wheat and hay. She also briefly worked as a foster care counselor in Montgomery.
Mrs. Fraley volunteered with Montgomery's 4-H program and at the county fair and was active in other county agricultural organizations. She was part of the Montgomery County Homemakers Club, a part of the county's extension program.
Her husband, Harry Hargett Fraley, died in 1999.
Survivors include two children, Susan Herrington of San Antonio and Kenneth Fraley of Derwood; and two grandchildren.
Washington Post March 22, 2007
Harry Hargett Fraley (1918 - 1999)*
Laytonsville United Methodist Cemetery
Maintained by: Tricia Shadoan
Originally Created by: Jane Hatch
Record added: May 15, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 52424580
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