Committed to Collierville

Currently in her fifth term, Alderman Fraser has served as Vice Mayor in 2006, 2008, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019 Mrs. Fraser and her family became residents of Collierville in 1995 and, as most parents do, she became an active member of the community through the PTA at her children’s schools. 


She is now serving as Alderman Liaison to the Parks Advisory Board and the Collierville Arts Council. A member of the Collierville Chamber of Commerce and Shelby County Republican Women's Club, she has been a board member of Main Street Collierville, Leadership Collierville, Friends of the Morton Museum of Collierville History, Collierville Schools Facility Planning Committee, and previously served on the Design Review Commission and Planning Commission. She is a charter member of the Collierville Library Board, and has worked with the Comprehensive Plan Committee, Collierville Education Foundation, Collierville Elementary PTA and Collierville High School PTSA Board of Managers, Girl Scout Leader, and as a Recreation Basketball and Volleyball Coach. 


A recipient of many recognition awards, she was honored with the H. R. Houston Leadership Award in 2013, ‘Spirit of Giving’ from Main Street Collierville in 2012, the 2002 recipient of the C. H. Harrell Education Foundation Award and 2002 Collierville Volunteer of the Year. Mrs. Fraser is an Affiliate Broker and Marketing & Promotions Manager with John Green and Company Realtors in Collierville and is a member of the Memphis Area Association of Realtors, serving on the Government Affairs Committee. She is a lifetime member of the Multi-Million Dollar Club.


She and her husband David live in Collierville’s Rosewood Plantation and are parents of Brittany, a graduate of Tulane University who is currently attending University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Medicine; Andrew, a graduate of Purdue University, his parents alma mater, currently works in foodservice sales at Stratas Foods in Memphis; and Abby, who graduated from the University of South Carolina and is now in her first year of teaching second grade at Chapin Elementary in Chapin, SC. Maureen is an active member of Catholic Church of the Incarnation. 

"A bad day in Collierville is better than a good day anywhere else."

Former Mayor Linda Kerley