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On Sunday, November 20, 2022, Timothy Michael (Maximilian) Fraser, loving son, brother, nephew, grandson, cousin, and friend was called to his heavenly home at the age of 42. He was born in Houston and lived here most of his life.
Timothy always had a smile on his face, and even though he grew older in years, he was always “forever five”. He always had a hug waiting and warmed your heart.
If asked where he wanted to eat, it would be his favorite place - the nearest Whataburger, and always with a Root Beer in a Big Cup - to wash it all down.
Timothy looked forward to all outings, going for a ride, going out to eat, to church, family gatherings, and holidays, especially the 4th of July and the “fire lights”, as he called them. He looked forward to family birthdays and would often reference the “family birthday calendar” given to him by his grandmother. Timmy wanted to make sure that everyone knew “whose birthday was coming”. Tim loved jigsaw puzzles and he did them by matching the shapes, not the colors.
He was always counting down the days to the next Fraser Clan gathering – and there were many throughout the year.
Left to cherish the memories are his loving mother Mary Jones, stepfather Larry Jones, brothers - Joshua, Phillip, and Andrew – and their father Steven Collins, grandparents Deacon Ron and Edna Fraser, more than a dozen aunts and uncles, a multitude of cousins, and many friends of the family – including a very special person, his primary care giver Shawn Sanchez, of the Wilson Family Care Center. Thanks Shawn, for opening your heart and your family to him.
“Forever five” is a special world, indeed. While he knew that God was looking down upon him, he also believed that family pictures, especially Mommy’s picture, on his bedroom wall were there “watching over him as he slept” - and so it was and is - forever so. A family’s love knows no bounds or limits.
While we are sad that Timothy has left us here on earth, we find comfort that he is in the loving arms of our heavenly Father and those close relatives that have gone before him – and awaiting the day when we are all reunited once again – and forever.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Wilson Family Caring Center via mail at 4600 Hwy 6 N # 270; Houston, TX 77084
Wilson Family Caring Center
4600 Hwy 6 N # 270, Houston TX 77084