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|Posted by: Mary McLane|
Sun December 16, 2018
|Ray will certainly be missed. He and Jean have been a part of my Holidays and my life for a long time now. When I first saw them together I just knew they fit and that they would end up married. I am happy that he and Jean had so many wonderful years together.|
|Posted by: Tom and Becky Daniel |
Mon December 17, 2018
|Jean and family ,
We are so blessed to have known Ray for 11 years now as one of his former pastor and wife. Ray had a servant heart with Jean and would do anything you asked of him. He loved Colorado and these majestic Rockies in our area. We love calling Ray and Jean our dear friends . Ray grew in his maturity in his Christian walk and we are blessed to have been a small part of seeing that growth.
We loved Ray very much and will always hold him in our memories and our hearts.
He is at peace, whole and rejoicing in heaven and waits for you all to join him.
Blessings in the comforting love of our Savior 1Jesus,
Pastor Tom and Becky Daniel
|Posted by: Jason Loiselle|
Tue December 18, 2018
|It has taken me awhile to come to grips with the loss of a man who raised me as if I was his own, my grandfather. He passed peacefully on Monday, December 10th. The earliest memories I have all have to do with him and the trips I would take with him to the lake with his "boys". He was always there whether it was baseball, boy scouts or working on a school project. He taught me everything, from working on cars, fixing things around the house to even peeing like one of the boys ( long story ). The thing he leaves with me most is that a real man is strong and dependable, but also sensitive and able to tell the ones he loves that he does just that. I'm not saying goodbye to him because he's not gone, he's here everyday still because I notice myself doing some of the same things as he did. As long as we never forget he will always be here with all of us.
|Posted by: Denise Seifried|
Wed January 02, 2019
|Dear Aunt Jean, Lori, Jason, Joseph, and Family,
We send our deepest condolences on the passing of Ray. He was a big part of our family and will be dearly missed by so many family members and his friends. Ray served his country and his family. I'll always remember all of the fun holidays and summers we were able to spend with Uncle Ray and Aunt Jean at their homes in California and Colorado. Especially memorable was our snowmobile trip in the mountains shortly after their move to the Rockies. Ray kept us all safe and moving in the right direction. We'll miss you Uncle Ray. You will always stay with us in our memories and our hearts.