Muriel P. Fraser
Muriel Prudence Fraser, nee Brown, passed away on the 7th of November, 2017, after a battle with breast cancer.
She was born at Murray Siding, Nova Scotia, Sept. 1939 to the late Andrew and Elsie (Crowe) Brown. She grew up in Truro, NS, and graduated from high school in 1952. She graduated from the Aberdeen School of Nursing in New Glasgow, NS and while attending the Nova Scotia TB Sanitarium in 1957, met her husband Bruce. They married on the 14th of Apr. 1962 in Truro, NS.
Muriel travelled with her husband and family to Cornwallis, NS, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Regina, Saskatchewan, and finally settling in Fredericton. While there she nursed at the Polio Clinic in the Victoria Public Hospital, the Orthopedic ward of the Chalmers Hospital and the Seniors Home. She travelled with her husband to Europe and with her family to various places in North America. Some of these stories will never be told.
Her main love was her family, which was the center of her life. Although an avid reader, she loved listening to audio books and loved playing cards. She was easy to get along with and her warm manner led to many friends. She also loved a good fun political discussion (argument).
Muriel was predeceased by her parents, and sister Sharon.
Muriel is survived by; her husband Bruce of Fredericton, NB; sister, Christine of Fredericton and brother Robert of Dartmouth, NS. Sons Robert (Carla) of Boston USA, Lawrence "Lawr" (Susanne) of Calgary AB and Son James "Jay" (Catherine) of Fredericton; Grandchildren, Marissa Fraser of Athabasca, AB, Daniel Fraser of Fredericton, Austin and Eden Fraser of Calgary AB, Richard Fraser (Lauren) of Calgary, AB and Olivia Fraser of Fredericton; Great Grandchildren Silas and Willah of Calgary.
The family would like to thank the Staff of Extra Mural and Hospice Fredericton for their kind and compassionate care.
There will be no funeral by request. A casual visitation will be held at Bishop’s Funeral Home, 540 Woodstock Road, Fredericton on Friday evening, November 10, 2017 from 7pm to 9pm.
For those who wish, remembrances may be made to a charity of your choice. Online condolences and sharing of memories may be expressed through www.bishopsfuneralhome.com