She was a humanitarian at heart and was always looking for ways to help others. She lived a life of giving and caring.
|Frayne accepting honorary membership from President Judy Sligcher in July last year|
|Frayne helping Joan Donet and Sam Deverneuil at the golf day|
|Frayne with Judy Symons and Debbie de Vries at Winex two years ago|
She often said how much New Dawn and her involvement with many of our causes as well as the larger Rotary world, had meant to her.
|Frayne and the gang at the Golf Day at the end of last year|
Who could know that the Christmas dinner in December would be the last time we would see her. As usual she arrived early to help set up and left late to help clean up before spending the night with Carol and Nick Stier at their Parkview home.
|Frayne was a regular at club activities, this time at the induction of the Interact club at the Johannesburg School of the Arts late last year|
She adopted the Humanitarian Distribution Centre in Bedfordview as a personal pet project and spent many hours there sorting through books for specific needs.
|Frayne with school visitors to the Jozi Book Fair in Museum Africa in September last year|
Her other pet project was the annual Jozi Book Fair, held over the past few years at various locations such as the Wits Campus, Mary Fitzgerald Square and last year inside Museum Africa in Newtown.
She religiously manned a New Dawn stall and helped visitors with information about Rotary, about New Dawn and often about how they could get books from the Humanitarian Centre.
She was also a regular attendee at recent District Conferences.
|Frayne, Peta Thomas and Debbie Smith helped fill bookshelves at the Johannesburg Children's Home in Observatory|
|Frayne volunteered to help the registration team at the first ever Rotary Zone meeting in South Africa, held at Mist Hills in 2017 for Zone 20A|
|Frayne was honoured by then president Jankees Sligcher for her efforts on behalf of the club|
|Frayne in her apartment in Modderfontein after a leg injury|
|Frayne in action at one of the RFHD events, always willing to help and advise|
|With Amina Frense at the Golf Day last year|
|The young and the old ... Frayne helps Paul Kasango look after Josefien Sligcher while Mom Abi looks on|
|Judy Symons, Frayne and Debbie Smith at a recent meeting|
Rest in Peace, dear friend.
A Thought for Frayne: We shall never know all the good that a single smile can do. - Mother Teresa (1910 - 1997)