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Grant Fraser

Friday, October 23, 2020

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Obituary for Grant Fraser

Fraser, Thomas Grant

Entered into rest peacefully on October 23, 2020 at the age of 77. Grant was the beloved husband of Suzanne (Combe), adoring father to Sheryl Benson (Scott), Scott Fraser (Jackie), and step-father to James Stormont (Melanie) and Jonathan Stormont (Jennifer). Loving grandfather to Lauren, Nicole, Erin, Mackenzie, Madison and Emerson. He will be missed dearly by his brother, Colin Fraser (Brenda) and his sister Bev Posner (Ron), his many nieces and nephews along with Suzanne’s loving family extending around the world.

Grant was a professional in the Footwear Industry for 50 years, continuing to work in the industry even this year. His knowledge and leadership were ever present during his career as he was President of the Ontario Shoe Travelers Association and still active on the executive board. He was very involved in the industry’s charity, Two-10 Foundation, and their fundraising initiatives. He will be missed by his colleagues and clients alike.

Grant loved his lakefront cottage on Long Point, Balsam Lake for all of his 77 years. He had an avid interest in maintaining the environmental footprint of the lands within the community and spent many years supporting and was President of the Long Point Residents Association and involved with the Balsam Lake Association. He will be dearly missed by his many friends and neighbours at the lake.

Suzanne and Grant took many travelling adventures to visit with family around the world, most recently to New Zealand. He loved seeing the corners of the world as much as he enjoyed visiting with extended family.

Thank you to everyone that has sent comforting messages and the amount of the notes and emails are reflective of Grant’s impact on family and friends. We will miss Grant’s quick wit, genuine smile and his love of entertaining at the cottage.

In keeping with Grant’s wishes, cremation has taken place and a private family service will be held at a later date. If desired, the family has asked that memorial donations be directed to the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Mackey Funeral Home, 33 Peel Street, Lindsay, ON

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Our Dearest Eeyore, Towards a special 100 Acre Wood and beyond. Always in our hearts. Penguru on Pungaere salutes you . Pen & Dave in Kiwiland.

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Peter Mills

Grant will be dearly missed, I grew up with Grant being the eldest of our generation of cousins, and always enjoyed our times together at the cottage and family gatherings. He was a mentor and good friend over the years. My condolences to Suzanne, and Sheryl and Scott and their families.
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Lindsay Boulton

Dear Suzanne, Colin, Bev, Sheryl, Scott and families. I am thinking of you all at this very sad time.
I have very fond memories of our family visits to the cottage every third summer throughout our growing up years. My 3 sons even remember the boat rides that Grant took them on. Grant will live on in our memories. Sincerest condolences to all from Lindsay (Cousin in the West)
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Andy Marshall

I grew up with Grant and spent many summers with him and many others at Long Point...what a time we had!!!so many memories that
I can hold onto as I reflex back on his life....my sympathies to the entire family especially Colin as he was a part of our growing up...Andy from the former (Marshall cottage)
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John & Ginette Ritchie

Dear Suzanne, Colin, and Bev, and all the Fraser Clan,

Our sincerest condolences on hearing of Grant's passing.

Grant was one of those special persons who was "Larger-Than- Life". One could not help but grin and chuckle when chatting with him, as he always seemed to exude great joy during our conversations together.

And those wonderful New Years Eve get togethers... what special memories.

I also fondly remember trading some 'car stories' with Grant, especially when he had the Corvette Stingray.

77 years... how time goes by in a blink!

We will fondly remember Grant.

Blessings and love, John & Ginette

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