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Jason Paul Fraser 1983-2022

Updated: Aug 17, 2022

Jason Paul Fraser, age 38, entered eternal rest on August 6th, 2022, in Woodbridge, CT.

Jason, “Jay, JP, Fray, Fraser” is survived by daughter (Lilyonna Fraser), his mother (Leona (Tom) Scott); father (Paul Guerriero); stepfather (Donald Fraser Jr.); sisters (Nicole (Michael) Cesarek and Molly (Darrell) Fraser); his three nephews (Luke, Jacob and Caleb); grandmother (Doris Fraser); his girlfriend (Arline Correa); and his daughter’s mother (Holly Arsan). He is also survived by numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. He is preceded in death by his nana (Molly Kraus) and great aunt (Susan “Deese” Bassett), grandparents (Rose and Vito Guerriero), and grandfathers (George Kraus & Donald Fraser Sr.).

Jason was born on November 14th 1983 in Waterbury, CT, to parents Leona and Paul. At an early age he succeeded in multiple sports. He graduated from Seymour Highschool in 2001 and obtained a bachelor degree in business administration from Western Connecticut State University in 2006. Jason especially excelled when working with his hands. He was employed by Southbury Tree Service where he wore many hats including a tree care worker, equipment operator, truck driver and on most days, a mechanic.

Most importantly, Jason was a loving father to his cherished 10-year-old daughter Lilyonna. He enjoyed spending time outdoors, jet skiing in Lake Zoar and spoiling his dogs Gypsy and Oddie. He was an avid Cowboys fan and was known to coach the “boys” from his living room. His family and friends will always remember him as a hardworking, humorous, and selfless man.

To remember Jason, watch a Cowboys game, jump in the lake, eat something spicy, or simply listen to the trees in the wind.

Jason will be honored in a lake-side celebration of life on Friday August 19, 2022. Visiting hours will be from 4-7 PM. Location: 26 Jackson Cove Road Oxford, CT 06478.

We invite all family and friends to this service.

In lieu of flowers, the family prefers donations to be made in Jason’s honor for his cherished daughter’s future and education. Link:

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