Murray Foreman Fraser passed away peacefully, at Lakeland Long Term Care on Thursday, July 30th, 2020. Age 96 years. Beloved husband of Janet Madigan. Loving father of Murina (Ron), James (Karen), Lynda (Gord), and Murray Jr. Murray will be forever remembered by his other family and many friends. As was Murray’s wish, cremation has taken place. As expressions of sympathy, donations to Lakeland Long Term Care would be appreciated.
Murray and I became friends about 25 years ago. I was very lucky to meet such a talented man. Very beautiful Script writer and I have saved a copy of an envelope he sent once me. My condolences to the family on the passing of my wonderful friend.-Clifford Beagan
I am so sorry for your loss.
Uncle Murray was an exceptional person that brought a lot of happiness to a lot of people.
He will always be in my memories.
Sorry for your loss i remember Murray shopping at A P in the malt and him buying malt bread he was always nice a very friendly he loved his malt bread-Frank Stallard
Murray became a friend to my mother, Dorothy Remy, in recent years as they shared a table in the dining room in their residence at Lakeland LTC.
He was always wonderfully caring and kind, and most certainly a joy to speak with.
Mom and her family have been so very fortunate in getting to know Murray.
Sending our sincere condolences to you Janet, Murina, James, Lynda and Murray.
Marilyn Mooder-Marilyn Mooder
Place accept our condolences on Murray’s passing. I had the opportunity of working security at Killbear Park with him. He was a great partner and liked very much by staff and campers. Always full of jokes and wisdom.-Terry Calow
Sending prayers, murrey was a wonderful man. He was always polite n he will truly be missed . I'm retired now but was planning on visiting the many sweet residents I took care of in Lakeland once this pandemic was over . Prayers n hugs to u n your family may he RIP-Diane Bushey
Sending my condolences to the Fraser Family. I work with Murray many years ago at Killbear Provincal Park. Although he was older than most of the crew he was young at heart and fit right in. He was a talented artist, a story teller, always quick with a joke and a good natured practical joker who kept both staff and visitors on their toes.....I watched one day as he convinced (with a twinkle in his eye) a camper exiting the park that he couldn’t hit the open road to go home because the canoe on the top of his car was on backwards !
Thanks for the laughs Mr Fraser
Bruce Waddell-Bruce Waddell