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Decatur native elected to national preservation board

A former Decatur resident has been elected to the Board of Advisers of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Sam Frazier, a lawyer who resides in Birmingham, will serve a three-year term as an adviser to the national non-profit organization.

The National Trust for Historic Preservation is an organization dedicated to protecting the irreplaceable.

Frazier, a 1962 Decatur High graduate, was elected to the board while attending the group's national conference in St. Paul, Minn.

Frazier and his wife, Carol, are restoring Woodside, an 1860 Greek Revival house near Belle Mina.

"We own cotton land in Limestone County, and we spend a lot of time in the area," Frazier said.

Frazier received a bachelor of arts from Washington & Lee University and a juris doctor in taxation from The University of Alabama School of Law. He is a partner with Spain and Gillon in Birmingham.

Deangelo McDaniel

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