Edward Fraser
Edward Fraser

Obituary of Edward J. Fraser

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With heavy hearts Jack and Kathy Fraser announce the passing of their beloved son, Edward (Eddie) J. Fraser, 54. He was born in Malone on June 26th, 1968. Eddie survived a traumatic birth, leaving him with severe medical issues. 

Through the dedication and love of his mother, Eddie was able to flourish and grow to the best of his limited abilities. Anyone who has the fortunate experience of meeting Eddie was immediately affected by his fun loving happy personality. Eddie lived a simple life and loved spending time with his family.  Eddie had a special love for magazines.

Eddie is survived by his parents; Harold and Kathleen (Kaeterle) Fraser, his brothers and sisters; Johnny and Sabrina Fraser, Ricky Fraser, and Ginny and Brad Marsh, as well as his extended family of advocates from his house. 

Arrangements are entrusted to Hammill Funeral Home in St. Regis Falls. There will be no public calling hours for Eddie, as his family will honor his life privately at their convenience. 

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the St. Regis Falls Volunteer Fire Department or St. Regis Falls Rescue. Words of comfort and condolences can be shared with Eddie’s family at www.hammillfh.com

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Edward Fraser

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Edward Fraser

1968 - 2022

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