Even though he was there only a short time, Chase Frasier left an indelible mark on Weston High School. As an educator and coach, he was a favorite of students and fellow faculty alike before he was tragically taken in an automobile accident in 2020.
While the young father and husband is no longer on this earth, his spirit still is felt and thanks to a wonderful community of people, his goal of preparing the student body for life after high school is still obtained.
The avenue that is used today is the Chase Frasier Memorial Scholarship that is given to a Weston High School senior who best exemplifies what it means to be a true student athlete.
The 2022 representative is Seth Peterson, who has been a standout in the Weston High School athletic program and in the classroom. Presenting Peterson with the scholarship was Frasier’s mother, Kristi.
“It makes me proud to represent Chase through the awarding of this scholarship,” said Frasier. “Congratulations, Seth!”
Peterson plans on attending Louisiana Tech University in the fall.