Bruce Fraser

FRASER:  Bruce David

Suddenly at his home on December 24, 2020 in his 65th year.  Pre-deceased by his father Bruce Fraser, mother Doreen West-Gaul and brother Gregory Fraser. Survived by stepfather Dave West-Gaul of Peterborough, sister Linda Hall of Kingston, brothers Michael and Philip Fraser of Six Nations and Sean Fraser and Lisa of Bowmanville.  Also survived by several nieces and a nephew.  Bruce was a former student of PECI.  Donations can be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation.  A graveside service and a memorial will be held at a later date in 2021 when the timing is appropriate.


Posted by Robert Dyke on
I lived in the same house for about 5 years with many fun stories and backyard pool parties.I am sorry to hear the sad news in these already trying times
Posted by DAVID WINN on
My sincere condolences to the family for the loss of Bruce, a friend, a roomate for awhile and buddy as he called me.
So sorry to hear as Bruce was the same age as myself.Sudden news of loss of a well known drummer and jammer.
Rest in peace "Buddy"!
Posted by Frances Lindblad on
Rest In Peace Bruce

Our time together was a learning adventure.
Its lessons I shall never forget for they have made me who I am today.
We were connected more than you will ever know.
I felt your peril in my own heart, Tom's call verified what I felt.

Rest In Peace
Posted by David DeLeary on
Sorry to learn of Bruce's passing he was a good guy who was always up to jam. R.I.P.
Posted by Tony Oldland on
Bruce was a good guy and a solid drummer. We met at a blues jam and immediately hit it off as pals and musicians. He convinced me to come and work with him in the movie industry and helped me to get a foothold. I talked to him the day before he passed and he had expressed how the vaccine might get us back out jamming in public again in late spring and that he was going to be practicing his drums like a madman. His roommate was going to be gone for a couple of days and he was looking forward to having the house to himself so he could make some noise and get his drumming chops back up to par. I told him we would have a big bash as soon as the bars opened up. Hopefully we can have some sort of memorial party in spring or early summer for him. Rest in peace buddy thanks for the jamming and thanks for keeping an eye out for me in my new job.
Posted by Kevin Haid on
My condolences to the family for the los of such a happy man who always had a story to tell and a smile for everyone. Thats what we’ll miss
Rest in peace Bruce
Posted by Attila on
Bruce All Mighty!!!

WOW!!! I am short for words! I could not believe when I heard of Bruce Passing! It really saddens me that Bruce All Mighty is no longer here among us! I will miss yu BUDDY, and all of yur stories of how yu could do everything a whole lot better than we all could, and that yu have already donne everything. I will miss yu, and yu will be in my memories for a LONG, LONG time!! Yeah I know, yu have driven more miles backwards than we all have forwards, and that yu are the best Super Trucker out here. Well now yu can be the Best Super Trucker, where ever yu are!! And yu see, now yu have donne it, yu have brought tears to my eyese

Untill we meet again " Bruce All Mighty"
Posted by Tom Chamberlain on
Finding it very hard to believe that your phone calls on birthdays, anniversaries and holidays, as well as your numerous calls just to chat,
are gone.
There are far too many escapades, adventures, shenanigans and miles travelled together to list. So many bouts of insane laughter and
crazy predicaments we found ourselves in. We met in high school and our musical aspirations started a friendship that carried on for many years.
We always kept in touch and got together when we could, always with those bouts of good natured insults and fits of laughter. I am having
so much difficulty getting it to sink in that you are gone. I wondered what was wrong, as you always called Christmas Eve. You will live on in my
memory and my heart! My condolences to your family and friends. The world is a lesser place with you gone. Rest In Peace, ole buddy?
Posted by Scott Clsrke on
What a shock
The world has lost a great guy, with many fun stories. He will be well missed in the film business. My condolences to his family.
Until we meet again buddy.
Posted by Peter MacDonald on
My condolences to Bruce's family and friends. I'm shocked. Bruce & I just reconnected a couple of years ago after 40 years. We used to play in bands together back in highschool. A lovely man who I know will be missed by anyone who knew him.
Posted by Terry Dalton on
I just today learned of Bruce's passing, my condolences to his family and all who knew him. Bruce and I had only known each other a short while. He came to my house in Weston to race slot cars with us in the garage. Once we got his cars sorted out, he was actually a pretty good racer. He seemed to enjoy it when he could join us and he was fun to have around. If someone from his family could reach out to me, perhaps we could put his cars back on track in his memory.
Posted by Paul Polisano on Bruce miss you buddy , takes all the time lol lol we had laughs played
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