Grant, Fraser

Grant, Fraser

September 18th, 2015

Just home from the trip of a lifetime to Alaska, Fraser Grant, of London, unexpectedly at Victoria Hospital on Friday, September 18, 2015, at the age of 70. Loving partner and best friend of Connie Grant for 47 years. Beloved father of Jeff Grant and Melissa Grant (Damian VanDooren). Missed by nephews Alan and Steven, and their families, and by his sister Gail Goar and her family. Fraser was predeceased by his sister Margaret-Jean Ridgeway. Visitation will be held on Monday from 2:00-4:00 and 7:00-9:00 p.m., with a Masonic Service at 7:00 p.m., under the Auspices of St. John’s Lodge No. 20, A.F. & A.M. at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, where a Celebration of Life will be conducted on Tuesday, September 22, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Fraser are asked to consider Shriners Hospitals for Children.  

 

 


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Mansell Bowers & FamilyDear Connie and Family... I am so saddened to hear of Fraser's passing. My thoughts and prayers go out to you. He was a good friend and a great hunting partner. Will miss his joyful laugh and the great times at Buckhorn Hunt Camp
Ronalee PorterIt is with a tremendous sense of loss that I send this note. Connie, you and Fraser had together added so much to the lives of those around you. A more caring, loving thoughtful couple, you could not find. Fraser, was larger than life itself and the footprint he has left on our lives will never be erased. His laughter, that boisterous laughter, that would bring tears to our eyes. The gi-normous hugs, that would go on forever. Steve Smith in his condolence message, captured the essence of Fraser perfectly. The next time I hear thunder, I will know it is Fraser laughing in heaven, and I know all will be well. Connie, you have been so blessed and the friends you both have made will continue to surround you with the love you both so freely gave to all of us. God Bless xo
Gail WeilerConnie: I am so sorry to hear of Fraser's passing. Only last week I thought of the two of you. We met many years ago through your Real Estate business. My husband Robert died so very suddenly 10 years ago in the "blink of an eye". Connie a little piece of your heart will go with Fraser and will never heal. May God comfort you as you begin your new journey alone. Cherish your many memories. May God Bless you and your family "How can the world seem so empty when only one person has left" Gail Weiler
Ted and Earlene WernhamFraser and Connie will always be friends. Fraser and I were colleagues at one time. We have shared over the years, and are grateful to have fond memories. We extend our condolences to Connie and children.
Steve SmithI've known Fraser for less than a year, but he was one of those personalities that will stick in my memory forever. He seemed to me to be one whose lust for life and adventure was largely fulfilled, and his ability to relate those adventures so vividly were gifts for all of us whose lives took us in more timid directions! To hear that "Frase and Connie will be there" always brought a smile and the knowledge that good times were in the making. I and so many others will miss his joyful spirit, his thoughtfulness, the wealth of knowledge gained through his varied experiences, and all the jokes and stories. I won't hear any more for a while Frase, but when my time comes, hopefully I can take a ride with you on that Twin Otter in the sky and hear some more! Connie and family: I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers of also those of so many others whose whose lives you and Fraser have touched throughout the years.
Lynne & Larry HolmesConnie, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time of your loss.
Pat BaileyConnie, Jeff, Melissa & Gail, my love and thoughts are with you.
Diane & Terry MillsOur sincerest and deepest sympathy to Connie, Jeff and Melissa on the sudden and shocking loss of Fraser. He was a wonderful man devoted to children and the Shrine Hospital. A man of outspoken convictions, admired by many. Fraser will be truly missed by all.
Linda & WayneWe were so sad to hear of Frasers passing, Connie. Our thoughts are with you and your family at this very sad time.. but many of those thoughts are memories of good times with a very happy and funny man who was a real delight to be with. He will be greatly missed ! Hugs. Linda & Wayne
Sue SizeDear Connie and family - We were truly saddened to hear that you have lost your Fraser. You had a treasure so rare - a true friendship within your marriage, mutual support and respect and a love of spending time in each other's company. Our hearts are heavy for you... please know our thoughts are with you and yours. Steve and Susan Size
Nadia ZeversenukeConnie and family Patrick and I send sympathy and prayers to you and your family. Fraser will be missed in the real estate world and at Forest City Community Church. Nadia & Patrick Zeversenuke
Shell KellyFraser was a kind, true, gentle man. My condolences to Connie, Jeff and Melissa. Shelly Kelly
John VigarsConnie & Melissa,please accept my sincerest sympathy. I am so sorry for your loss. John Vigars
Edy MarlattSending you condolences and gentle hugs at this difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Will give real hugs when we see you again at basketry. Take care.
Ron and Vickie AbbsDear Connie and family, so sorry to hear of Fraser's passing, our thoughts and prayers are with you. Ron and Vickie Abbs
Shayne EldridgeConnie and Melissa, my thoughts are with you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Lynn PawlowskiConnie and family...our sincere sympathy for your loss. We have known Fraser as a well-respected colleague for many years. He will be missed by many. Lynn, Chester & Randy Pawlowski
Juli Melick May the happy family memories and Fraser's trip of a lifetime bring you comfort. Thinking of you during this difficult time and I am sorry for your loss.
Maggie RobinsonDear Connie and family, So sorry to hear you lost your dear Fraser. He was a wonderful man and I'm sure you have a ton of good memories that will be a comfort to you as time passes. Sending prayers and big hugs during this difficult time. Loads of love and God Bless Maggie Robinson
Sean Sweeney and Mary Jane MurrayWe are so sorry to hear of Fraser's passing. Fraser was a kind man, a consummate professional and true gentleman. We will miss him. Please accept our most sincere condolences.
Wanda FeeneyConnie, it is with such sincere sympathy that I write this. Thinking of you and keeping you in my prayers. Fraser was an amazing man
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