Bruce Frazier is an Advocate for the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma Victim Assistance Program. He began his career with the Choctaw Nation in September of 2003 as the first advocate hired in the new program to serve Native American crime victims that live within tribal boundaries. He is thankful for a chance to be able to go out in the community and try to provide services to people who might otherwise go without help.
In January 2009 Mr. Frazier was asked to sit on the Board of Directors for Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, a statewide organization that provides legal services for people that could not otherwise afford them.
He is currently on staff at First United Methodist Church in Paris, TX as pianist. He has served there for six years and has served as a church musician for over 30 years in various capacities.
He enjoys spending any spare time with his family and his hobby of collecting railroad memorabilia and photographing trains.