They all came, the great and the small. Bus drivers, lawyers, doctors and boxers. They came from around the corner, from across town and from across the country and filled the pews at the Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church on Monday morning.
They had all come to pay homage to Frazier, who died of liver cancer on Nov. 7. He was a son of the South, born in Beaufort, S.C., the youngest of 13 kids of a sharecropper, who settled in Philadelphia and came to embody the city's hard-working spirit.