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Mark Fraser
In Memory of
Mark James
1935 - 2018
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The lighting of a Memorial Candle not only provides a gesture of sympathy and support to the immediate family during their time of need but also provides the gift of extending the Book of Memories for future generations.

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Condolence From: Bruce and Erma Cox
Condolence: Sorry to hear about Mark's passing. Wishing you comfort and courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.
Wednesday October 03, 2018
Condolence From: Margie Jessome
Condolence: I am so sorry to hear of your Dads passing.Altho I didn’t know him well,I know that he will be missed by all his family and everyone who had the pleasure of knowing him.Our sympathy goes out to all of you at this sad time.Sincerely,Margie and family
Wednesday October 03, 2018
Condolence From: Anita MacLellan
Condolence: I have some really good memories taking me back to the early days of Thomas' Cove and Mark's crew building, clearing, and feeding Canada Jays; refurbishing the water source at top of Economy Mtn; making pickles; making wreaths; Mark's shed with everything from soup to nuts; the snowmobile king of the shore; and his solutions for just about anything. Can still hear and see him telling his stories. When I think of Mark I always remember his words spoken before his solution to your problem... "What you need is....." Sincere condolences to you all.
Tuesday October 02, 2018
Condolence From: Lisa and Greg Faulkner
Condolence: Your Dad was a wonderful person and I got to know him when I had a cottage in Upper Economy. He would take down the electric fences for us so we could get our snowmobiles through. He even groomed our little access trail with some sort of metal contraption he had created. He used to drop by for a visit and a tea every now and then and we loved hearing his stories. Our sincere condolences on the loss of a lovely man. Lisa & Greg
Tuesday October 02, 2018
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