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Mr. Kenneth Lynn Fraser

Mr. Kenneth Lynn Fraser

Kenneth Lynn Fraser, 85, died peacefully at home in Beaconsfield on July 13th, 2023.

Married to Anne for 59 years, Ken was the proud father of Scott, Sarah, and Neal, grandfather of François-William, Emett and Martyn, big brother to Deanna, Don and Nelson.

A native of Montreal, he attended McGill University and graduated in Electrical Engineering
(B.Eng & Masters). A proud warden of the iron ring, he dedicated his career to teaching at
McGill for a total of 45 years, retiring at age 72. Well respected by both colleagues and
students alike, he was described as “a man in his element.” Ken’s love for all things electrical
fed his passion for Amateur Radio – a good man to have on Field day or as president.

He was also active in the community, supporting Christ Church Beaurepaire, initiatives in
Beaconsfield, and he was close to and benefited from the support of amazing neighbours.
Life at the cottage with family and friends was pure pleasure for Ken – swimming, snorkelling,
fishing and fire! Who could want anything more?

The family will receive condolences on Sunday July 30th from 11:00 a.m. to 1 p.m. followed
by a reception at J.J. Cardinal funeral home, 560, Lakeshore Drive, Dorval, 514-631-1511.

Please do not send flowers. Donations to the Alzheimer’s Society of Canada, the SPCA
Montreal or a charity of your choice would be appreciated.






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  • Dennis Hayashi Posted

    Ken was a big man with a big heart.
    Sincere condolences to Anne and family.

    Dennis & Carole

  • Peter N Annand Posted

    Hello Anne, I’m devastated to hear about Ken. For some reason his name just flashed into my mind today and I Googled his name and read that he had died 18 hours ago. I guess that is mental telepathy. We were very close going through McGill and with my parents. He spent much time at our house and had many Sunday dinners with us. We also spent a few months traveling through Europe. I was at your wedding and remember one of your relatives passed away on his way to your reception. I know you didn’t approve of me leaving my Ann as the two of you were Phyiso classmates I Guess that had a lot to do with Ken and my friendship. Ken was very proud of his family and the success of your daughters. I’m 84; Ken was around 8 months older than me. He was my best friend for the 5 years at McGill. After graduating, the company that hired me sent me to Edmonton Alberta, where Ken and I lost touch as in those days there was no WiFi, mobile phones only pen and paper, and I was not a good writer. Again my sympathies are with you as haws also a best friend. Peter

    • Anne Fraser Posted

      Thank you, Peter. Would love to connect with you and talk. Am not sure if my email address i
      s included in my repl

  • Flory & Wolfgang Posted

    Sincere condolences
    Our thoughts are with you.

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