New Jersey Woman Who Volunteered With Underprivileged People is Killed by Husband in Murder-Suicide

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Friends and family are mourning the loss of Artoria “Dee” Frazier, a beloved community volunteer with underprivileged people in New Jersey who was the victim in an apparent murder-suicide at the hands of her husband.

The New Jersey State Police say that troopers responded to Frazier’s home in Hainesport on May 30. When they arrived, they found the bodies of Frazier, 48, and her 54-year-old husband, Wayne Hylton. Police have not released any additional details about their deaths, but say that the investigation is ongoing.

PEOPLE confirms that Frazier’s death is classified as a murder-suicide.

According to the Courier Post, Frazier was the founder and executive director of Women with Voices, a nonprofit she started in 2012. The nonprofit delivers meals to underprivileged families and provides school supplies to students in schools with low-income populations.

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SOURCE: PEOPLE, Steve Helling