Newry & Armagh
William grew up in the South Armagh area and came from a family of nine. In his family, there is a history of security force service and he feels this is why so many of his family were targeted during the Troubles and subsequently murdered or injured.
The Frazer family served in the B Specials, RUC, UDR, RIR, Army and Air Force and although some of these organisations no longer exist, William strongly feels that the legacy of those who served within those forces lives on in Ulster today.
William has worked within the victims sector in FAIR for twelve years - this has involved everything from travelling internationally to meet with foreign victims groups to responding to phone calls from victims in the middle of the night.
He is married with one son and they are born again Christians.
William's hobbies and passions are Ulster history and culture and he enjoys reading and learning about the positive affect the Ulster Protestants had in America and further afield.
Profile based on information supplied by the party.