The family of Angus McKay Fraser mourn his peaceful passing on March 2, 2016 at Cowichan District Hospital at the age of 94. Angus was born in Island East River, Nova Scotia on October 25, 1921. He has been predeceased by his loving wives, Althea (Marshall), his wife for 54 years and Martha (nee Behnsen ) his wife for six years. He is survived by his brothers, John Fraser of Trenton, Nova Scotia and Roddy Fraser of Calgary and his children, Freda Rowley (Joe), Lois Morrison (Jack), and Ralph Fraser (Shannon).
Angus had a quiet pride in his family. He had nine grandchildren, fourteen great grandchildren and four great-great grand children. Angus served in the Royal Canadian Airforce in England from 1941 to 1945 before settling into the Machinist Trade after the war. Although he spent many years working in both Toronto and Terrace Bay, Ontario, he retired from B.C. Forest Products in Crofton, B.C. In 1990.
To his friends and family Angus was known as that resourceful guy who could fix anything. Throughout Angus’s life he enjoyed travelling, gardening, cooking and making things. To the end he was a quiet, caring man who will be dearly missed.