Log In

Steven Carl Frazier

lawyer

Steven Carl Frazier, American lawyer. Bar: Tennessee 1980. Named one of Outstanding Young Men American, 1982, 84.

Background

Frazier, Steven Carl was born on January 8, 1954 in Kingsport, Tennessee, United States.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Tennessee, 1976. Juris Doctor, University Tennessee, 1979.

Career

Sole practice, Church Hill, Tennessee, 1980-1982. Partner Frazier & Faulk, 1982-1983. Appeals referee department employment secretary State of Tennessee, Kingsport, 1983.

Sole practice Church Hill, Tennessee, since 1983. Intern Senator Bill Brock, 1975. Attorney City of Mount Carmel, Tennessee, 1986-1988.

Chairman Foster Care Review Board, Rogersville, Tennessee, 1981-1985. City judge Town of Church Hill, since 1988.

Achievements

  • Bar: Tennessee 1980.

Religion

A mature Christian can reach a state where the love of God reigns supreme in the heart. No one can be perfect in an absolute way, as God is. But it is possible to be perfect in love to God.

Views

Holiness is not just about personal spirituality and prayer. It will also be expressed through a commitment to social justice and to enabling other people to become followers of Jesus.

Membership

Parlimentarian Hawkins County Young Representatives, Rogersville, 1986. Deacon First Baptist Church, Church Hill. Member American Bar Association, Tennessee Bar Association, Hawkins County Bar Association, Kingsport Bar Association, Church Hill Junior Chamber of Commerce (president 1984-1986), Gideons International, Tennessee Capital Club, Kiwanis (president 1983-1984, 88-89, 96-97), East Hawkins Chamber of Commerce (secretary 1994-1995).

Connections

Son of Carl Dexter and Jean (Winegar) F. Divorced; children: John Carl, Jacob Steven.

father:
Carl Dexter Frazier

mother:
Jean (Winegar) Frazier

children:
John Carl Frazier

Jacob Steven Frazier

Politics

Churches should be encouraged to teach and preach biblical truth on moral issues and to urge their members to vote according to their beliefs, convictions, and values.