The Newtownhamilton man died on September 14, according to an article published in the Funeral Times. He is “beloved son of Iris and Ivan, much loved brother of Amy (fiancée Andrew) and Nicole.”
The obituary adds “Home entirely private” and “funeral later.”
A message of sympathy from a friend said: “Words cannot describe how yesterday’s heartbreaking news will affect everyone who knew Adam Fraser.
“I am shocked and shocked to hear of the loss of a young, caring and passionate young man, always a pleasure to talk about goats or sheep or meet at shows, always ready to lend a hand. hand if necessary.
“His work with the Dwarf Goats over the years and his setting a high standard for others to follow have never gone unnoticed.
“I see he did the same with the Valais Black Nose Sheep.
“He was always someone who gave 100% effort to everything he was involved with.
“My thoughts are with his Mum, Dad, Sis and wider family at this sad time.
“Hello Adam. You will be greatly missed.”
Another friend wrote on the social network: “I can’t believe I’m writing these words…
“Adam was one of the nicest and most genuine guys I’ve ever met on the dance floor. He will be sadly missed by all of us.
“My thoughts and prayers are with his family on what would have been his birthday today.
Another message from the Pygmy Goat Club of Northern Ireland added: “It is with a heavy heart that we hear of the sad passing of our dear friend and colleague Adam Frazer, Chairman, Committee and Members of the Northern Ireland Pygmy Goat Club.
Anyone who knows or has had any dealings with Adam is well aware of his passion, deep knowledge and hardworking devotion to Pygmy Goats. Knowledge and advice he is always willing to share.
The man has been a member of the club for many years as well as a past Chairman and will be sorely missed by NIPGC and other clubs.
He has been very successful in the show ring, a result of his dedication to going the extra mile in the research, care and breeding of Pigmy Goats.
We are all thinking of Adams’ Mother, Father, Siblings, Family and Friends at this very sad time.
You are in our hearts, thoughts and prayers.
And another message from the NI Valaisblacknose Club reads: “It is with great sadness that we learn of the devastating loss of our good friend and founding club/committee member Adam Frazer.
“Adam helped start the club with Diane, Emma and Irene and was there to welcome all the committee members who are now blessed to call Adam a friend.
“Adam was very passionate about the Valais breed and was key to the success of the club today.
“He loved meeting people and talking about everything and had an amazing knowledge for a young man.
“This is a devastating loss for Adams, a wonderful, supportive family, the club and the wider Valais community.
“Our condolences and deepest sympathies go out to Adams’ family and friends at this very sad time.
NI Valais Blacknose Club”
The Lurgan Show also wrote: “It is with great sadness that we learn of the devastating loss of Adam Fraser. Adam was very keen on the Valais breed and asked Lurgan Show to provide classes for the breed at our 2022 Show. Our condolences and deepest sympathy to Adams’ family and friends at this very sad time.
Another online post from Brucklay Pygmy Goats said: ‘So sad to hear that we have lost Adam Frazer from Newry NI.
“I met Adam a few years ago when he was adding to his flock and I don’t think I’ve ever met a young man so passionate about goats and sheep – it’s such a loss to our community.”
Mountview Pygmygoats added: “We are very sorry to hear of Adams’ passing.
“He was such a genuine person who had so much passion, knowledge and enthusiasm for the Pygmy goat breed.
“He will be sadly missed. Our deepest condolences to Adams’ parents, siblings, extended family and friends. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this very sad time. May his soul rest in peace.”
Others added: “Such a lovely young man who will be sadly missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him. His thoughts are with his family at this very sad time,” “I am so sorry to hear this. I got my last ram from him and he was a gentleman,” “Adam was a True Gentleman in the making. A lovely young man. It was a pleasure knowing him and my thoughts are with the entire family at this sad time. Geoffrey”, “Terrible news. Such a wonderful man, thoughts and prayers are with Amy and the rest of his family,” and “Such sad news. Therefore, I apologize for the loss.”
Meanwhile, other online tributes read: “Devastating news. How very sad. Our thoughts go out to the family at this very difficult time”, “We are very sorry to hear this devastating news. Adam only spoke to us on the phone on Sunday evening and discussed the sheep. We just can’t believe it. Thinking of all his family and friends and sending love at such a very sad time,” “So sorry to hear this heartbreaking news..Thoughts and prayers with Adam’s family and friends,” and “Adam and I have never met but exchanged many messages. the nice man here is very knowledgeable and he got some great sheep out, my thoughts are with his family at this difficult time.