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Allan, Alexander Fraser Jr.

Published:Jan 27, 2018

Event Date:Jan 25, 2018

 

Alexander Fraser Jr. Allan

ALLAN, Alexander Fraser Jr. Fraz passed away on Thursday, January 25th after a battle with cancer. Many thanks to St. Peter’s for their gentle care. He passed in peace and with friends. Survived by brother, William, and predeceased by father, Fraser Allan Sr. and mother, Mimi. Fraser was retired from Stelco and a proud member of Steelworkers Local 1005. He was a talented landscape photographer and his photographs tell a story of his travels. A good friend to many; Fraser will be missed - his sense of irony, stories of his travels and his artwork. At his request, cremation has taken place. A wake for Fraz will be held at Lou Dawgs in Hess Village on Saturday, February 24th from 2-5 p.m. Share a toast to Fraser’s life. Donations in his memory may be made to Mission Services or a charity of your choice. A celebration of Life will be held at a later date, and in warmer weather.

 

Category: Obituaries & Death Notices

Newspaper(s): Hamilton Spectator

Location: Hamilton

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By Sidney | FEBRUARY 13, 2018 06:36 PM
Fraser was one of my good buddies back when we were 13 yrs old. We had many good times together. He was the best man in my wedding when l was 23 years old. Over the next 40 years we lost touch with each other. Then a few years ago we got together for a couple of lunch dates thanks to our mutual friend Lyle. May he rest in peace. I will be at his celebration of life on February 24th at Lou Dawgs Hess village.
By John | JANUARY 27, 2018 05:53 PM
Stelco could have used more workers like Fraser. He was a no nonsense guy as far as getting the job done properly and efficiently. He was the first on our shift to learn the Bundle Packager job, and started training me a few months later. Awesome teacher who figured out little tricks and adjustments to make the process of the job smooth with minimal delays. Although he was quiet with most, I found he had a great sense of humor. He brought in an album of pictures he had taken from his Alaskan cruise and I found them exquisite. I felt honored that he would share them with me. R.I.P. Fraser.
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