Lynda Diane Fraser
25 February, 1944 – 16 July, 2020
It is with sadness that we share the passing of Lynda Diane Fraser. With her pride and joy, Deborah at her side, Lynda passed peacefully on Thursday July 16, 2020.
Lynda will be remembered by her daughter Deborah Ingraham and her brother Bob (Joyce) Fraser and their family. She is predeceased by her parents Walter and Bernice Fraser of Toronto.
Never shy to share her opinion, Lynda was a warm and kind hearted woman always ready to lend a hand to her friends. A long-time employee of the Region of Peel where she retired from their Public Health team. An outgoing and friendly person, Lynda enjoyed her time volunteering at the David Durward Centre in Cambridge until her health no longer allowed. Her life centred on her family and close friends. Her smile will certainly be missed.
Our thanks to the staff of St Andrews Terrace of Cambridge for their continuous care and comfort showered on our Lynda over the past two and half years.
Lynda will be laid to rest with her parents, grandparents and great grandmother at the Mt Pleasant Cemetery in Toronto. A celebration of her life will be held for family and friends in the near future. Donations in her memory can be made to St Andrews Terrace of Cambridge or the Alzheimer’s Society of Waterloo Wellington.
Think of her as living In the hearts of those she touched For nothing loved is ever lost And she was loved so much
Private Services Have Taken Place
Lynda Diane Fraser
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20 July 2020
My heart is so saddened with the passing of your Mom. I always enjoyed my time together with Lynda and always looked forward to the next opportunity for us to spend more time together. We had so many great chats by phone & lots of laughs over the years. However, it was in the cards for her to have peace and to no longer suffer . Lynda was a beautiful Mom and you will have these memories to cherish forever. As always, my heart is with you during this time of sadness.
17 July 2020
I remember Lynda being all smiles and happy on her visit to Halifax several years ago with me and Mom - she was on a bus trip of the east coast and really seemed to be enjoying herself. I also remember her with Deb and Bill spending time together as family at home in Cambridge. Much love and our condolences to Deb and the rest of Lynda's family from me and Lisa.