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Graham Fraser

Graham Fraser

Saturday, July 27, 2019

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Obituary for Graham Fraser

Graham Fraser entered into rest at the Ross Memorial Hospital in Lindsay on Saturday July 27, 2019 at the age of 85. Graham was the beloved husband to Mary for 66 years. Proud father of Graham, Tony, Mary, Lyle, and Glenn (Glenella). Cherished grandfather of Adam, Emily; Spencer and Jack. A private family service will be held at Mackey Funeral Home, 33 Peel Street, Lindsay. If desired memorial donations to an organization of your choice may be made at funeral home or online at www.mackeys.ca.

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Jim Smit

My condolences to the Fraser family. I worked for Graham at Secondary Operations in the mid 90's. He was a hard worker and helped me to build my skills as well as my confidence. RIP Graham
Comment | Posted at 07:32am via Condolence
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David O`Neill

David O'Neill
We are so sad to hear of Graham's passing,and extend our deepest sympathies. I had the pleasure of Mr. Fraser's company during my teenage years when calling on Glenn. He took us to the Drive Inn (Meatballs) and on occasion, when sneaking into the backyard in the wee hours he would be on the deck to share some words of wisdom. He also introduced me to tea with honey the morning after. In more recent years when I would run into Graham and Mary, they always had a smile and kind words. Thank you Mr Fraser, for sharing your time with me and so many others.
Comment | Posted at 12:06pm via Condolence
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Lorri Swinson

My condolences to the Fraser family. I remember Graham from when I had a summer job at Union Carbide in Lindsay. Graham was a lovely man with a great sense of humour. My brother, Dave Parker, was friends with Tony. I am very sorry for your loss.
Lorri Swinson (Parker)
Comment | Posted at 06:42pm via Condolence
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Len Tarasow

Mary, Graham, Tony, Mary, Lyle and Glenn and grandchildren. My deepest condolences on the loss of your husband, father and grandfather.
I first met Graham when I was a teenager. Often (almost always) when I came around to call on Tony, Graham would say "he's not ready yet" and he and I would have wonderful conversations at the base of the stairs waiting for Tony to finish his shower.
Graham was an amazing guitarist and from what I understand he played in a band at one time where he made his green Gretsch guitar sing.
Graham also had a great deal of patience as he taught me how to play blues rhythm guitar over the course of one winter. We had some great jam sessions!!
Graham was always willing to help out. I remember when he helped me get a job at the Lindsay Antenna. Graham also introduced me to drinking tea with honey in order to ease the effects of overindulgence (which occurred often in the loft at 7 Fair Avenue!). Thank you, Graham, for your warm and caring heart. You will be greatly missed!!
Len Tarasow
Comment | Posted at 12:31pm via Condolence

Deb Gerhard-Demoe

So sorry to to hear of the loss of your husband/father. I always enjoyed chatting with Graham when I saw him.
Comment | Posted at 11:39am via Condolence
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