Caleb Cameron Fraser

June 10, 1994September 28, 2020
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Portland, ME - Caleb Cameron Fraser, 26, passed away unexpectedly on September 28, 2020. He was born in Biddeford at SMHC, a son of Robert Fraser and Julie Kozlowski.

Caleb started school in 2000 at Harrison Lyseth Elementary and then onto Lyman Moore Middle School where he met many of his lifelong best friends. He graduated from Portland High School in 2013. Caleb took great pride in representing PHS in athletics. Among his many accomplishments, winning the city cup his senior year was at the top. However, Caleb's gifted ability in sports transcended to his personal life as well. He was without a doubt, the life of the party. Every one of his friends felt as though Caleb was their best friend. It was impossible to stay mad at Caleb. Even when he would push your buttons, he would follow it with a big bear hug that made you forget why you were mad in the first place. Although his passing has left a huge void in many of us, it is important to remember that Caleb would want us to live each day to the fullest because that is how he lived his entire life.

One of Caleb's happiest moments was when his baby sister, “Brookie,” came home from the hospital. Caleb was so gentle and always protected her. Caleb and Brooke had a very special brother-sister bond that no one could ever break. It grew even stronger when they lost their father in 2016 to cancer. They battled life’s hardships together. He was simply her big brother.

Caleb was the definition of a Momma’s boy. All the way up to age 26, 240lb’s & 6’3”, Caleb was always his mother's big baby. He cared more than anything for his Mom and admired her strength tremendously. She was his role model and the brightest light in his life especially in his darkest days.

Caleb and his father, Rob, shared the love of sports together. Rob coached Caleb in baseball, ice hockey, and football. They shared their greatest moments together in the Little League & Babe Ruth Championships. If you knew Caleb, you knew he grew up practically living on the baseball mound. Baseball was his passion. We know that Rob welcomed Caleb with open arms in heaven with a baseball and glove.

Caleb was the glue that stuck everyone together. He was the one you turned to when you wanted to have fun, let loose, and simply live life to the fullest. He was so kind, sociable, caring, and nevertheless, humorous. He brought endless laughs and smiles to anyone he surrounded himself with. He was pre-deceased by his father; his brother, Cameron Kozlowski; maternal grandparents, Maxine Gay and Richard Kozlowski; aunt, Kristy Braker and uncle, Todd Kozlowski. He is survived by his mother; sister, Brooke Fraser of Portland; paternal grandparents, Robert G. and Margaret Fraser of Westbrook; aunt, Terri Fraser of Florida; cousin, Ryan Maksou of Florida; uncle, Jeff Kozlowski of California. He is also survived by numerous great aunts, uncles, cousins, and an endless number of friends. Friends and relatives are invited to a time of visitation from 4-7 pm on Monday, October 5, 2020 at Jones Rich & Barnes Funeral Home, 199 Woodford St. Portland. Please visit to sign Caleb’s online guest book.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to a memorial fund in honor of Caleb, to be announced at a later date.


  • Robert Fraser, Father (deceased)
  • Julie Kozlowski, Mother
  • Brooke Fraser, Sister
  • Cameron Kozlowski, Brother (deceased)
  • Maxine Gay, Grandmother (deceased)
  • Richard Kozlowski, Grandfather (deceased)
  • Kristy Braker, Aunt (deceased)
  • Todd Kozlowski, Uncle (deceased)
  • Robert G. Fraser, Grandfather
  • Margaret Fraser, Grandmother
  • Terri Fraser, Aunt
  • Ryan Maksou, Cousin
  • Jeff Kozlowski, Uncle

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    Monday, October 5, 2020


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Ann Frizzell

October 5, 2020

I simply wanted to share my sorrow at hearing about your son, Julie. Please know I am thinking about you during this time.

Sheila Hayward

October 4, 2020

I was so incredibly saddened to hear about Caleb. He was my student back in 2nd grade and I remember him well. My most vivid memory is the night of the "restaurant" our 2nd graders created. Caleb was all dressed up, looked so handsome, but was very nervous about being a waiter. Despite his nerves, he persevered and did a great job. Caleb was a great kid with a big smile and I am so very sorry for your loss.

Donna Agren

October 4, 2020

Julie and Brooke I am so sorry for your loss. I remember the dedicated sports player from Lyman Moore. He left the world too young but now he is at peace.

Jeanne Fraser

October 3, 2020

Julie and Brooke, I cannot imagine what you are going through, I just want you to know my thoughts and my heart are with you at this tragic time.

Rose & George Fraser

October 2, 2020

Julie & Brooke, so sorry for your loss of Caleb. Our condolences to you both. Your memories will keep him with you and help you through this time.

Adele LeBorgne

October 2, 2020

Julie and Brooke, we are so sad to hear of Caleb's passing. Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers are with you. May the wonderful memories you have, help ease your sorrow. Dave, Adele, Greg and Kyle LeBorgne

Josh Hoyt

October 2, 2020

Julie and Brooke,
Caleb was an extraordinary friend of mine. He’s someone that touched so many of our lives, in many ways. Caleb is, and will always be, sorely missed! From myself, and the rest of the Hoyt family, our thoughts and prayers are with you through these tough times!
With love,
Joshua Hoyt❤️

Claudia Walton

October 2, 2020

Julie and Brooke, I am so sorry to hear of your tragic loss. My memories of the kids are when you lived on Edgewood Ave. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers. No parent should have to lose a child. With love, Claudia

Lynne Kelly

October 2, 2020

You and Brooke are experiencing such a loss. I am so very sorry. You were always talking about all the activities Caleb and Brooke were doing and how proud you were of them.

May your sweet memories of Caleb soften the pain of this unimaginable loss.
Lynne Kelly

Marlene Farwell

October 1, 2020

Didn’t see Caleb much as he grew older and busy with his own life but I will always remember the yearly 4th of July jaunts down to the waterfall with Caleb and Brooke.
Caleb, you will be missed but never forgotten


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