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Bryan S. Fraser was born on September 4th, 1963 and passed in his sleep on September 28th, 2019. He loved to wear hats and wore plenty of them over the years. He was an excellent baker for many years, had an EBay Store for many years and shared Sportscards and More a sports card and memorabilia store with his brother and then by himself for several years. He worked in warehousing, was a forklift driver, delivery driver and even did vehicle trades driving new cars at the dealership his brother worked at too. He always enjoyed being a supervisor at any of his jobs. One of his favorite jobs even though it was as a volunteer was for the Stone Bank Volunteer Fire Department when he was young where he could put a flashing red light on his car and drive way too fast and help people at the same time. If there was hard work to be done you could never find a better volunteer to supervise, showing off his great management skills!
Bryan had many hobbies and interests including Sports Cards, Movie Memorabilia, Star Wars, Reading, Fishing, Science Fiction, Nascar, Audi and Volkswagens and Old Muscle Cars. He was an avid Packers, Brewers, Bucks and Badger Fan and had played Fantasy Football, Fantasy Baseball, Fantasy Basketball and Fantasy Racing with many of his close family and friends for 20+ years.
Bryan always lived in Wisconsin and was born in Milwaukee. He grew up and attended school in Stone Bank and attended Arrowhead High School. He played Soccer and Baseball in school. Upon Graduation he soon moved to Appleton and over the next almost 40 years
even after several moves always stayed in the Fox Valley area he called home.
Always known to have a big heart Bryan would give anything he could to help a friend or family member, often times sacrificing or going without to do so. He loved being at home or celebrating the Holidays or Birthdays with friends and family and was always a creative and thoughtful gift giver. He was always sharp as a tack and quick witted. An opportunity to make a joke didn’t get missed and he loved to make people laugh. You could always count on a few things... He was always on time or early, he never held back on an opinion and he wasn’t very politically correct. He said what he was thinking and you knew how he felt. He was always right, just ask him and he’d tell you, just like his Father. He loved his kids and family immensely and enjoyed being an Uncle. He never traveled much and enjoyed being at home and living a simple life spent with friends and family as much as possible. The World will never be the same but his Spirit can live on in all of us!
Bryan was proceeded in death by his Father Stephen W. Fraser and his Brother Christian Fraser. He is survived by his Mother Joanne Heinze, Brothers Sean Fraser(Laura), Randy Fraser(Sue), Sons Stephen Fraser, Edmund Fraser, Michael Fraser, Special Friend Judy Delzer and numerous nephews and nieces who adored him. Visitation will be at Valley Funeral Home at 2211 N Richmond St in Appleton on Friday October 4th from 4-7pm. All friends and family are welcome and if sending flowers please note his favorite color was purple. Donations to settle his estate would also be appreciated.