Corrinne Mae Fraser


It is with great sadness and much love that we say goodbye to our beloved mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, Corrinne Fraser, who passed away Wednesday, December 10, 2014 at the age of 79 years.

Corrinne is survived by sons David (Sharon Smart) and Colin; step-children Dallas Fraser, Rick (Sue) Fraser, Corrine Draper; grandchildren Travis Fraser, Amy, Kaylee (Chris), Cody Fraser, Jory Draper; great-grandchildren Coy Fraser and Jayce; brother Dave (Sheila) Steele. She was predeceased by her husband Lyle Fraser and numerous family members.

The family wishes to express their sincere gratitude to Dr. Kirwin and Unit 35 Staff at the Wetaskiwin Hospital for the kindness, support and care shown to Corrinne during her stay there.

Memorial donations in Corrinne’s honour may be made directly to the Canadian Cancer Society, #200, 325 Manning Road NE, Calgary, AB T2E 2P5.

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Susan Burgess

OMG I can’t believe she died. I wish I had tried harder to stay in contact with Corrinne, I actually always loved her so much. Her art and her person-hood. I miss her and am sad to find she passed. Susan Burgess

Shirley Brown

It is with sadness that I recently learned of Corrinne’s passing. Corrinne was friend to many, but a special friend and sister to my Mom, Doreen Steele. Over the years I got to know Corrinne as a loving, generous lady who never hesitated to embark on an adventure.. My Mom told me of their garage sale, antique store, and pawn shop hunts. They both loved “old” stuff…memories of days gone by. They also shared a love for Hockey and together attended many Oilers games in Edmonton. Their adventure across Canada and throughout the USA in a motor home with son David was a memory they cherished. Corrinne gave me such wondeful support while my Mom was ill, and when she passed away. I will miss Corrinne and send my condolences to her sons David and Colin, her brother David, as well as her many other family members and friends.
Shirley Brown

Peggy Wojcik

Corrinne was one of my best friends, and as we referred to each other as”sisters”, we shared in many shopping trips, garage sales, luncheons and antique buying trips as well as working with each other for many years. I will miss you sister! I love you. Wait for me, the best is yet to be!

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