Fraser Hein

Celebration of Life

2021-07-17 14:00 Royal Canadian Legion 207 5 ave east Oyen Alberta T0J 2J0

Obituary of Fraser Scott Hein

It is with heavy hearts the family of Fraser Scott Hein announce his untimely passing at the too young age of 31. Born in Kindersley Saskatchewan, Fraser spent his early years in the small community of Marengo Saskatchewan, before moving to Oyen Alberta at the age of 12. During his time in Oyen Fraser grew his larger than life personality and polished his dance moves, which became the stuff of legend. After high school Fraser tried a number of different fields but always came back to the rough and tumble work of the oil rigs, and he prided himself on his titanium work ethic and motor that wouldn’t quit. Fraser was a bombastic soul who radiated positive energy and oozed charisma, a person who wanted to be friends with everyone in the room. He was also a nomad who loved experiencing new things and as such, he had a profound impact on people far and wide, from his childhood haunts of Marengo and Oyen to the big city of Calgary to the slopes of Jasper and the dance fields of Shambahla and everywhere in between, sharing his world famous bear hugs and boisterous laughs with any and all. Fraser is survived by his loving parents Stan and Shelley Hein, brother Brendan Hein (w/ fiancée Alisha Leggette, son Nolan Hein) sister Chelsey Hein (w/ fiancée Dan Nast, son Bennett Nast) and brother Jackson Hein, his beloved golden retriever CJ as well as numerous aunts, uncles and cousins and COUNTLESS members of his family of friends who he impacted in his brief time with us. Shine on you crazy diamond. The brightest flames burn hot and fast. To Fraser's festival friends, please bring a totem if you wish. To all who are joining the family for his celebration of life, please don't hesitate to wear bright colors, especially orange, his favorite. Hugging is welcomed. Out of respect for the legion venue, please remove your hats while inside the hall. The recording of the celebration of live is now available. It is in 3 videos.
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