Born and raised in Opelika, Alabama, Frazier Moreman grew up hunting on family land and fishing in local lakes. As an avid outdoorsman, Frazier’s passion for hunting continues with duck hunting in the Arkansas timber, deer and turkey hunting in Alabama and Georgia, and big game hunting and fishing in Alaska.
Frazier graduated from Troy State University and entered a career that included working outdoors with the U.S. Department of Justice. After his first assignment in Houston, Texas Frazier transferred to Georgia where he was assigned to direct the federal government’s Domestic Cannabis Eradication/Suppression Program for Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina and South Carolina. Later in his career, Frazier transferred to Anchorage, Alaska where he worked throughout the state enjoying thousands of miles of land in all directions, with starkly contrasting climate zones, breathtaking scenery, and abundant wildlife. Frazier returned to Alabama where he concluded his 30+ year career as the Resident Agent in Charge of the Montgomery and Dothan, Alabama offices.
Frazier fills the time not spent hunting and fishing with activities such as church volunteerism and wildlife management of a family farm. Frazier and his wife Blanche have four sons and two grandsons. They attend the Church of the Highlands in Auburn, Alabama where Frazier serves on the Disaster Response Team.
Frazier is licensed in Alabama, Georgia and Florida and looks forward to working with those who are selling or purchasing properties.