Gregory L. Fraser

August 21, 1948February 5, 2020

Gregory Lynn Fraser, 71, of Lincoln, Nebraska, passed away February 5, 2020. Greg was born August 21, 1948 in Omaha, the son of Donald G. and Wilma R. (Winkler) Fraser.

After spending his childhood in Grand Island, the family moved to Ralston, where Greg graduated from Ralston High School. Following graduation, he enlisted in the U.S. Coast Guard, stationed at Long Island, New York. Upon returning to Nebraska, Greg attended the University of Nebraska-Omaha, majoring in Law Enforcement and Corrections. His passion for Law Enforcement lead him to various jobs throughout his life, living in Nebraska, Colorado and California. Greg was a State Trooper and Investigator for the Nebraska State Patrol, Co-Owner of J-C Security & Detective Agency, Senior District Manager with Pinkerton Security Services, General Manager of Pedus Security Services, Director of Operations at Landmark Security Services, and finishing off his employment as a Private Investigator in Florida. In 2003, Greg returned to Lincoln to take care of his parents.

Greg was proud to be a Husker. He enjoyed playing golf, watching NFL, and traveling. Greg was passionate about his family and spending time with them during holidays and special occasions. He loved hosting family dinners at his favorite restaurants.

Greg is survived by his daughter, Jenny Fraser (Carl Scott) of Lincoln; grandchildren, Loghan Elexis Sterns, Ransom Jack Sterns, Landon Gregory Sterns, Rylend Fraser Sterns, and Oaklyn Josephine Rose Scott; former wife, Terri Fraser of Lincoln; lifelong friend, Don Walker of Florida; and his cousins. He was preceded in death by his parents and beloved Boston Terrier, Nipper.

A Celebration of Life gathering will be held Monday, February 17 from 12:30-2:00 PM, in the Van Dorn Villa Dining Hall, 3001 S 51st St Ct, Lincoln, NE.

Graveside Service will be Monday, February 17 at 3 PM, inside the Mausoleum, at Lincoln Memorial Cemetery, 6700 S 14th St, Lincoln, NE. Please meet at Gate 2.

Memorials are suggested to the family for future designation.

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  • Graveside Service With Military Honors Monday, February 17, 2020


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Peg Schainost

February 17, 2020

Dear Jenny & Terri,

We were sorry to hear of Gregg's passing and have you all in our thoughts and prayers. We have many fond memories of Greg and you two when we lived on Onyx Court. We hope everything is going well for the rest of the family.

Peg & Craig Schainost

Stan & Roberta Dinges

February 17, 2020

Our sympathy at the passing of Greg. We have good memories of him becoming friends at the Neighbors Lounge. Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this loss.

Sandir Caradori

February 15, 2020

Greg had a zest for life that was envied by all who knew him. What a great sense of humor!! When you became his friend, you were best friends forever!

He truly loved and respected his ex-wife Teri always. And...daughter Jenny (Jen) was his proudest achievement However, each of his grandchildren was a jewel in his “Grandpa Crown.”

My husband Gary and Greg were friends in high school. Then, unknown to each other, they both enlisted in the USCG. After their service—again as fate would have it—they became troopers with the NSP in the same camp! The closeness did not stop there. Being NSP Criminal Investigators rounded their service out. Can you imagine those two on criminal cases!!! When Gary left the NSP to have a business, he needed a partner. Guess who??? Greg...of course.

Their careers paralleled each other and the friendship was true.

Greg will be truly missed but the memories we all have in our hearts will sustain us. He lived life to its fullest and loved and enjoyed his family as few people do. If you were fortunate enough to call him know—today— and can fully appreciate your luck of having him in your life.

Karen Dillard

February 14, 2020

Fraser was such a sweet man! He called my mom “Angel “ and me “Angel Jr,” Now he can be our Angel! 🙏

Molly Milner

February 13, 2020

What a great guy!!! So sorry we lost touch over the years. He was such a huge presence on our family and especially on my sister Amy. He was also the sole reason I entered the Pinkerton program!! You will be missed dearly💕💕💕