In Memory

Fraser Outten

Fraser Andrew Outten passed away on June 4, 2017.  The following obituary appeared in the Half Moon Bay Review on June 14, 2017.  Website:

"Fraser Andrew Outten passed away in the comfort of his home on Sunday, June 4, 2017, at the age of 69. Born in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., he was the son of the late Thomas and Bernice Outten. Fraser started his life in Belmont, Calif., at age 2, spending his childhood with his parents and aunt and uncle, Margaret and Archie Fregosi. He went on to start a family of his own with Joan Jama, and they raised their four children on the Coastside.

Fraser had a longtime involvement with Coastside sports and developed his passions for gardening, cooking, fishing and music. His children will always cherish the good times they shared together in Lake Tahoe. Softball player, auto part salesman and lover of the outdoors, Fraser will always be remembered for the outgoing, strong-hearted man he was.

Fraser is survived by his children, Justin, Corina, Ashley and Kristen, and grandson Landon. He is also survived by his wife, Luz Betty, her daughter, Alexandra, and grandson Santiago."

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07/08/17 08:02 AM #1    

Ian Cooke

Fraser and Mike Goldman were two of the first friends I had at Carlmont!  We had a lot of fun playing Baseball and later being part of our "Raiders" Softball Team after Graduation!  My condolances to his family!

07/08/17 08:43 AM #2    

George Kourkouliotis/Corcoleotes (Kourkouliotis)

Seeing Fraser's memorial jogged what's left of my memory of him. His uncle was Jim Fregosi who played major league baseball and managed for many years. I met him in Denver in the early 80s when I worked for the Denver Bears ball team and he talked very fondly of Fraser. Fraser was a good ball player for our team and must have inherited some ball-playing family genes along the way. May you rest in peace, buddy!

07/08/17 10:10 AM #3    

Robert Mayer

Fraser was a good friend and I will always cherish the times we had at Carlmont and the many years of softball. My condolences to his family.

07/09/17 09:51 AM #4    

Fred Eikenberry

As a transfer student from Dunsmuir High to Carlmont in my junior year, Fraser was my first friend.  We lived near one another. He introduced me to others such as Ian, George, and Larry Henning through which I met Bob and others.  We remained good friends throughout high school.  I lost touch with Fraser after high school but retained many good memories.  My condolences to the family.

07/09/17 07:25 PM #5    

Jane Griffith (Odell)

I was so saddened about hearing this news.  Fraser has a place in my heart.  I was new to California - a tramsplant from Kentucky.  I befriended Judy Darnelle - my new best friend, and found a wonderful neighborhood companionship with Fraser and Mike Goldman.  He was kind to me (my southern accent and green hair and mouth full of braces).  I wish he were with me to share those memories of new-found friendships and inocent times.  He was special.  

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