Condolences for John Charles Fraser

Celina & Jim O'Brien and Family posted on 7/26/20

The best family we had the honor of meeting...anytime you think of the Fraser Family - it is with happy and fun memories. One and all will miss John.

 

Amy Riggs posted on 7/26/20

On behalf of myself, Dr. Martin and Catherine we send our sincere condolences. Mr. Fraser was such a sweet and kind man who will truly be missed. Mrs. Noreen we are thinking about you and we're here if you need anything.

 

shirley parrello posted on 7/25/20

We will cherish your sense of humor , courage And friendship. Remembering all our get togethers in West Milford and Wilmington with a smile. You will be missed

 

 

Eileen Tooher posted on 7/25/20

Will miss you my brother

 

Mike and Sharon Yuhas posted on 7/25/20

The Yuhas Family would like to extend our deepest sympathies to Noreen, Danielle, Sean, Keith and Brian. John was a stand-up guy and dedicated father. Watching the kids playing in our combined yards are some of the fondest memories that neighbors can have. Looking across the gravel road towards the Fraser's house always brings back happy times. May John enjoy those happy memories of a young family on Monique Lane and may John rest in peace.

 

Marilyn & Leo Kane posted on 7/24/20

One of our many fond memories with John and Noreen was when we took a cruise in 2009. We had a drink at "Atlantis" and joked on how our drinks cost more than the watches we purchased on the cruise ship, We will always cherish our time together. We will miss him. Love you all!

 

Charlotte Iverson posted on 7/24/20

My thoughts and prayers to the family. He was loved by many and will be missed

 

The Carpenters posted on 7/24/20

So sorry for your loss. You all are in our prayers and thoughts.

 

Linda and Tom Scully posted on 7/24/20

Our deepest condolences to Noreen and the entire Fraser family. John was a great guy, loving husband, dad and grandpa and friend. He will truly be missed by all of us.

 

Lynn Kennelly posted on 7/24/20

Many prayers and warm thoughts to the entire Fraser Family during this difficult time. He was a wonderful man whom I had the pleasure to have met. God bless you all ❤️

 

Kevin and. Cindy Wiseman posted on 7/24/20

We have many fond memories of times with the Fraser family. Our thoughts and prayers are with Noreen, Brian, Keith and the entire family. Love to all, Kevin and Cindy Wiseman

 

James Green posted on 7/23/20

John and Noreen lived across the street from us for more than 10 years. John was the neighbor one could ask for. Friendly, affable, always smiling, and ready to help. We often attended events at the Fraser house. John always spent time with each of his guests in the most welcoming way. Regrettably, due to busy lives and the pandemic we were unable to see John in the last couple of years. We fondly remember John attending our son's wedding in 2018. We think of John as an outstanding friend. We will miss and cherish him always. Jim and Victoria Green

 

James Green posted on 7/23/20

Good times with the Frasers

 

 

Jody & Charles Bowman posted on 7/23/20

Peace be with you. Keeping the memories close.....

 

Love always, Lorain and Charlie Wyse posted on 7/23/20

Dearest Lifelong Friend Noreen and Family, We are truly saddened by the loss of dearest John. I met John at IBM when he was a dedicated and very thorough corporate auditor in the late 1970s. He was newly single and all the IBM women thought of him as "eye candy" when he showed up at our office to audit. I think we would have given him anything (haha) because of his handsomeness!! A few years later at IBM he met Noreen and I would always see him hanging around her office and they both always looks "love struck". The rest is history!!! God Bless the years you had together and his wonderful memory. May John's legacy live on in all your daily lives and you carry all of his life lessons throughout your lives and pass them down through the Fraser generations . God Bless John and his wonderful military service too. He was one truly remarkable man.

 

Linda Fitzgerald posted on 7/23/20

There have been so many great memories of our friendship our families together. My most recent memory was going to the train museum, we smiled the whole time❤️

 

Jane and Ken Harkness posted on 7/23/20

Jane and I were so saddened by the death of John. We extend our deepest sympathy to his wife, Noreen and his four children. During the last few months of his life John and I would have coffee on his porch. I told him I would bring the coffee and would he like something with his coffee. He responded, “I like donuts”! So I would bring him two of his favorites, glazed and old fashion. We would sit and visit for an hour or so and he was usually very positive and upbeat. The day after our last visit he texted to tell me that hospice was going to start coming to the house. I asked if we were going to still be able to have coffee. He said “yes” . We never had that last cup of coffee. I’ll miss my coffee buddy!

 

 

Jack and Mary Satterwhite posted on 7/23/20

So sorry you lost your father Keith. May God be with you and your family as you miss him

 

Ricky Fitzgerald posted on 7/23/20

My memory of John was the loyalty he showed as a friend. As Kieth mentioned he loved to coach and I had the pleasure of coaching with him . At one point there were too many coaches and it was determined I would no longer be behind the bench. As much as he enjoyed coaching he would not continue without me Loyalty . That was my big brother John