OBITUARY

Norma Mae Fraser

November 15, 1936June 27, 2020

Norma Mae Fraser passed away peacefully at the Salvation Army Agape Hospice on Saturday, June 27, 2020 at the age of 83 years.

Norma had a dedicated career at Canada Post, having worked there for 35 years. She was very well liked amongst her peers, she loved telling jokes and making people laugh. Norma was a caring and loving mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and friend; always putting others before herself.

Norma is lovingly remembered by Sherry (Wayne) Hunt, Dale Fraser (Maureen Watkins), Wendy Snider; 6 grandchildren, and 7 great grandchildren; her sisters Harriet Vinell, Letha Johnson, and Leona Green; and her brother Leroy Green. As well as numerous relatives and friends.

She was predeceased by her husband Frank Fraser.

There will be no formal service at this time.

If friends so desire, memorial donations may be made directly to the Agape Hospice (http://www.agapehospice.ca/ahfunding.html).

The family would like to sincerely thank Dr. Lauf, and all the staff at the Salvation Army Agape Hospice for their extraordinary love and compassion for our mom while she was with them.

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Sherry Hunt

July 2, 2020

Mom you were the best mother a daughter could have also my best friend. You were always there when I needed you to give me advise on life situations you were always right. We always had a nice lunch at home from school and great sit down dinners. The best homemade bread,buns,cinnamon buns,baked cookies,cakes,and donuts. She would be up all night making me an outfit for a special function sewing on her treddle sewing machine. She was a very special mother I will miss you and you will be in my heart forever love you

Wendy Snider

July 1, 2020

To my Mom, my Angel...
Sometimes when I first awake
I think that you're still here,
And for a fleeting moment
The clouds all disappear
For you brought endless sunshine
Until you went away,
And now I miss you desperately
Each minute of the day.
You would not like to see me sad
So what I will try to do,
Is live a bright and happy life
In memory of you.
For though I'll always miss you
And it's unbearable being apart
I haven't really lost you
You'll always be here in my heart.
I Love you Mom.....My Angel...your loving daughter Wendy


Ashley Osmachenko

July 1, 2020

I will always miss you Grandma!
I will miss your funny/dirty jokes.
I will miss our hockey talks.
I will miss talking politics and CNN.
I will miss your baking and our family dinners.
I will miss everything about you!
I thank you for all the lessons and love you've shown me & will never forget you -
You truly are the BEST! ♥️

Danielle Merrett

July 1, 2020

Mrs. Fraser introduced me to my first cup of perked coffee still love it. Never tasted anything like her cinnamon buns.
I am sure she will be missed by many.
Danielle

letha johnson

June 30, 2020

Norma left home when I was very young. She met Frank on a road trip to Calgary with her girlfriends. Over the years Norma and Frank came home for many visits where I got to know my sister. We spent many days camping, fishing and just having fun. Norma came home for many special functions with the family. She always had a good joke or two. many laughs. We also enjoyed BINGO. we called it shopping, shopping. many good nights at the Bingo hall. We also got to know her 3 children over the years, many trips to Calgary where she always had room at the Inn. Enjoyed our visits with her and her family. Norma would always take us to the Calgary Zoo.We are truly going to miss her visits. Love to all her family. RIP Norma. Love your sister Letha

Jennifer Steinke

June 28, 2020

She made the most amazing caramel popcorn at Christmas!! Whenever I saw her she was full of life. Rest In Peace Norma. Thank you for always being so nice to me and my family

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY