In Memory

Stuart Fraser

Stuart Fraser

It is with great sadness that we share the news of Stu Fraser's passing last Friday night, January 9, 2015. His obituary can be found at the following link.



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01/16/15 05:06 PM #1    

Marianne Brown (Berke)

I was sorry to hear of Stuart's passing.  May the good lord provide peace and comfort to his family

and may Stuart rest in peace.


Marianne Brown Berke


01/16/15 05:54 PM #2    

Edward Fenning

I guess all of our hearts sink when we see another in memory addition. I feel sadness and think, this is someone I knew, someone I went to school with.

I met and knew Stu in the second grade, at Dickenson Avenue school beginning spring term, Jan.-June '58. My family had moved out from Queens in December 1957. Stu and several others were some of the first friends I made after moving out here. I will always remember Stu from my childhood and growing up, as a friend who was loyal and fun to be with. I remember him being an active and irrepressible guy, from second grade onwards. He was one of several of us, who drew the big "Z" for Zorro on our wax paper lunch bags at lunch time. I also remember him being a good baseball player and he played other sports as well. We were friends in class and out of class.

I grew up on Pulaski Road. Stu lived down one of those streets south of 5th Ave. School. That first summer of '58 it was an adventure to find out where Stu (and others) lived, as I explored the area on my bike. I went to several of his birthday parties (one where his Dad brought out all his old "Why We Fight" films (directed by Fran Capra?) documenting W.W. II.) He also came to several of my birthday parties as well. at least one of which included us going out to bowl in Commack. I think one present he gave me was the Revelle model M-40 self propelled gun. It had about 2500 or so parts (just kidding), and he wished me good luck on it (yes, I finished it). He was a fun guy at these parties and once again, just plain fun to be with. I never did get to see him again after high school, and now wish that I had. My condolences, prayers, and support to all his family members.

01/17/15 01:22 AM #3    

Emil J Milano

My condolances to the Fraser family and friends. I knew Stu and we talked at times in junior high, but we ran in different circles. He was an upstanding guy. Godspeed, Stu.

01/17/15 07:56 AM #4    

Robert Dunn

Stu was my Best friend ...I was heartbroken to be told of His passing ..we had lots of great times together. He served His Country proudly during the Vietnam War He was a Great American & a Great friend I know Stu will be thought of fondly by our fellow classmates & I hope this wil bring some comfort to his Wife Dory Daughter Penny & Sons Kyle & Justin...GOD SPEED MY FRIEND....

10/10/15 06:03 PM #5    

David Hayes

Stu was a Great Guy, Hang with him though J.H.S , and aways talked through H.S. lost track of each other for years. You'll be missed Pal, will never forget the Good times.

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