SHAKER HEIGHTS, Ohio – Shaker Heights Teachers Association is holding a candle guard for Aisha Fraser Mason, a teacher who…
SHAKER HEIGHTS, Ohio – Shaker Heights Teachers Association is holding a candle guard for Aisha Fraser Mason, a teacher who was killed dead on Saturday in his home.
Students, teachers, friends and community members are expected to gather Monday, November 19th at 17:30 at Woodbury Elementary at the 15400 block in South Woodland Road to remember Fraser Mason, whose in love, Lance Mason, has been accused of the genus police.
Fraser worked at Shaker Heights School for 16 years was no later than a sixth
Mason, who spent nine months in prison to beat Fraser in front of his children, was arrested last Saturday by Mason, a former judge in Cuyahoga County Common pleas. Saturday on suspicion of murder reported the police.
Shaker Heights’s police responded at 9:30 on Saturday at Fraser’s home in the 1
7600 Chagrin Boulevard district for a dispute over disputes. Mason tried to escape from the scene in a black Audi SUV, but hit a Shaker Heights police SUV and injured both the officer and himself, the police said.
Mason and officers were taken to hospital every Saturday.
After Mason was released from prison in June 2016 for the attack in 2014 on his wife, he was undamaged and forbidden to ever act as a referee again. He was ordered to pay a $ 150,000 death sentence to Fraser in a civil case for damage after the attack.
Mayor Frank Jackson employed Mason at the end of August 2017 as the city’s head of minority development. Jackson kicked Mason Saturday based on incorrect charges due to the Shaker Heights event.
“I extend my deepest compassions to Aisha Fraser’s family, especially for her children,” Jackson said in a statement.
Shaker Heights Superintendent Stephen Wilkins said in a statement that Fraser was a devoted mother and an engaged teacher.
“She touched so many of our children’s lives and will be deeply missed,” says Wilkins statement. “Her loss is unexpected and the impact of this news on our entire school community is unthinkable and profound.”
Shaker Heights Teachers Association released a statement Saturday. “Aisha exemplified the best of Shaker Heights’s teacher: smart, incredibly caring for her students and her colleagues, active in their profession and in our association. She is loved by many.”
Teachers Association created a gofundme.com account with revenue to Fraser’s daughters aged 11 and 8.
Mason’s 11-year-old daughter, Audrey, has Down syndrome and had open heart surgery when she was 8 months old to repair a hole in her heart. The couple opened Audrey’s chocolate shop in 2012 to commemorate her daughter, assist with additional income for Audris healthcare costs and eventually use them with Down’s syndrome according to the Plain Dealer Archives.