Fraser, Olga nee Borysiak

In the early hours of Tuesday, January 28, 2020, in her 71st year, Olga passed away peacefully with her loving family at her side. She will be forever missed by her beloved husband of 47 years, Hugh; her children, Kerry (Richard), Rob (Karen), Brian (Holly) and her grandchildren Jacob, Joshua, William, Katarina, Hailey and Easton. She is survived by her sister, Lily and her brother, John.

Olga will always be remembered for her optimism, her immeasurable strength, and for the way in which she was able to retain hope against insurmountable odds. Olga loved her family unconditionally. She lived life to the fullest and enjoyed countless adventures with her loved ones. She has left them with wonderful memories. They will be forever grateful for the times they shared with her.

“May you now rest peacefully; your fight is over. We know you will be watching over us. You truly lived your best life.”

All are invited to attend a celebration of Olga’s life from 1-4PM on Saturday, February 15, 2020 with service beginning at 1:30 – 2PM , at St. John’s Dixie at 737 Dundas St. E, Mississauga.

In lieu of flowers, donations made to Wellspring Birmingham-Gilgan House in memory of Olga Fraser, would be greatly appreciated.

13 replies
  1. Birt Family
    Birt Family says:

    We have been thinking of you all in this very difficult time. It was a honour being able to have gotten to know Olga, she was a wonderful person. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all

  2. Barb Chapman
    Barb Chapman says:

    To the Fraser Family,
    Jim and I remember the good times when Brian and Bobby were playing AAA baseball for a lot of years. We traveled and enjoyed watching our boys play. Sitting on the bleachers hiding our drinks. Olga loved all of her. It’s on the team. Bobby always said that he always felt welcome in the Fraser home. He said Olga was his second mom. I will miss her laugh, her smile and her smartass remarks to Hugh. I am raising a glass of wine now to toast my friend Olga.

  3. Bill & Rosalyn Schmidt
    Bill & Rosalyn Schmidt says:

    To the Fraser family,
    We extend our deepest sympathy to you on the recent loss of a dearly loved family member. When someone you love becomes a memory, that memory becomes a treasure. May you treasure all your memories of Olga and may the passage of time heal your grief.

  4. Vi and Emil Knebel
    Vi and Emil Knebel says:

    To Hugh and Family,
    Our Deepest Sympathy. Losing a wife, Mother and Grandmother is never easy. We met Olga a few times at a bridal shower, baby shower or a wedding. She was always smiling, upbeat and a pleasure to be with. May she rest in Peace.
    Vi and Emil Knebel

  5. Krysia Rumun
    Krysia Rumun says:

    “To Olga’s family…Please accept my sincere condolences. I never met Olga, but we got to know each other on Facebook as we were both ill and going through many difficult procedures at similar times. I wanted to check in with her today to see how she was doing and found out that she had passed away. I’m so sorry for your loss and feel very sad that she is gone. She loved her family so very much and I know you all kept her going. Much love to you all. Sleep well my dear friend. x ”

  6. Terri
    Terri says:

    You will forever be in my memories from picking flowers to
    You braiding my hair.50 years later Olga I still remember.
    these will be my most precious memories.
    Deepest sympathy to Hugh and family.
    Forever in my heart
    Terri Mann

  7. susan
    susan says:

    I send you my sympathy my love and my prayers.
    There are no words that can give you peace and I’m sorry
    Treasure your memories close.

  8. Darlene Hickman
    Darlene Hickman says:

    Hugh, Ann and family:
    Please accept our Condolences on Olga’s passing.
    There are no words that can comfort your hearts.
    Olga was a lovely lady and her wondrous spirit will live on in your hearts.


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