Ted Fraser

Ted Fraser

December 5th, 1920 - February 19th, 2019
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Ted Fraser, resident of Dawson Creek, passed away on February 19, 2019 at the age of 98. A private family gathering will be held at a later date.

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Temneille Metz

Posted at 01:04am
Ted loved his family and was so happy with the life he lived. The photos on his walls were a clear sign of that. When he spoke about his life he often said he wouldn’t change a thing. He always spoke of Florence and how he missed her. He loved going river boating and talked about the times on the river and out at the lake. I will remember Ted’s sense of humour because he said the darndest things. One of my favourites is when he’d say his name was Fred Taser just to make us laugh. And the hair! Always done to perfection those silver locks. And man, he was a rockstar in town. Whenever we were out at an event, people would come up to us with their faces lit to say hello to Ted. He’d always invite them up to his place for a cup of coffee even when he couldn’t quite remember their names. “305 Southview,” he’d say. “Come and see me.”
He loved music and I can remember the first time I saw Ted play the piano. He just sat down and his fingers did a dance on top of the keys. From September to April he’d rarely miss a Home Routes show at the art gallery. He loved to dance in his chair swinging his arms about, tapping his feet and cane on the wooden floors. He really came alive.
Ted embraced life and he lived it right to the end. I couldn’t have asked for a more delightful friend.
Our condolences to your family and to all those who knew Ted and feel the sadness of his passing. May his memory bring you joyful tears and a smile to your face.

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