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New Jersey Woman Who Fed the Hungry Is Reportedly Killed by Husband in Apparent Murder-Suicide

Gracious Egedegbe
Jun 17, 2021
11:30 A.M.
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Friends of a New Jersey woman murdered by her husband is remembered for the good works in alleviating hunger in her community while she was alive.

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The selflessness of a New Jersey woman is being remembered for the beautiful acts of kindness she did before reportedly meeting her untimely death at the hands of her husband.

Artoria "Dee" Frazier, 48, actively advocated for hungry and homeless people and helpless children before becoming the victim of an apparent murder-suicide at her Hainesport home on May 30.

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New Jersey State Police reported that troopers responded to Frazier's home at about 11:35 pm on that fateful day. They found Frazier's body and her husband's, 54-year-old Wayne Hilton, on getting to the scene.

The police did not provide any further details about the incident. However, investigations into the suspected murder-suicide remain ongoing.

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Frazier founded Women with Voices and was its executive director before her tragic death. The organization is a non-profit and began operations in 2012.

Led by Frazier, it ensured low-income families got meals delivered to them. It also provided poor school students with the necessary supplies they needed in class.

Detectives uncovered a family conspiracy and revealed that a woman and her son conspired to kill her husband, Ralph Ludvik.

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Frazier is dead, but her works on earth remain and continue to inspire those she impacted. Her friend and co-volunteer, Adrienne Wagner, told Courier Post:

"If everybody in this world could live one day like she lived her life, feeding people and doing good, this world would be a better place."

The Rescue Mission of Trenton also tweeted its condolences following Frazier's passing. She was described as a compassionate and enormously generous contributor since 2018 when she began delivering meals.

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Frazier's death happened about eight days after another suspected murder-suicide occurred at Corona, Los Angeles, California. The Corona Police Department found the bodies of a man and his wife in their home after responding to reports of an alleged assault with injuries.

Officers identified the man as Ryan Osbrink, 47, and his wife as Heather Osbrink, 48. The man died from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound while his wife died from several gunshot injuries.

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Meanwhile, detectives uncovered a family conspiracy and revealed that a woman and her son conspired to kill her husband, Ralph Ludvik. The latter was believed to have died of an accidental overdose of heroin, morphine, and cocaine.

Ludvik died in February 2003, but detectives uncovered that his wife, Debra Aquilina, and her son, Mark Aquilina, had injected him with the overdose. Mark bagged a 44-year sentence while his mother was sentenced to life imprisonment.

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