Fraser died April 26, 2018, at his home in Skillman, N.J. He entered Princeton as a pre-medical student majoring in history. His senior thesis was “Colonial American Medical History.” He was a member of Cloister Inn. Fraser’s senior-year roommates were Ray DeRidder, Frank Embick, Dave Jordan, Scott McMillin, and J.B. Thatcher.

After graduation Fraser attended Temple University’s School of Medicine, specializing in obstetrics and gynecology. Fraser delivered hundreds of babies throughout his career, which was based in Princeton. He was an avid golfer, winner of many tournaments, and had played at Springdale Golf Club since his freshman year at Princeton. Fraser enjoyed all Princeton activities, rarely missing a reunion, and he enthusiastically planned many mini-reunions.

His outgoing personality made him the life of the party, and he possessed the rare talent of never forgetting anybody’s name. He loved telling jokes (often bawdy), and was delighted to be a member of the Buster Lewis Society. In addition to golf and travel (he and Maxine visited more than 70 countries on all continents), Fraser was an avid cook, gardener, musician, photographer, and wine connoisseur.

Fraser is survived by his wife of 63 years, Maxine; their four sons; and three grandchildren.

Undergraduate Class of 1956