Condolence & Memory Journal

ray was always a fun guy to be deepest sympathy to his in peace ray.

Posted by edmund faucher - lutz/tampa, FL   May 20, 2019

Rest in Peace Ray! Had some great laughs at the cabin.

Ron Fletcher

Posted by A friend   May 20, 2019

Big Guy we had many memories and I enjoyed them very much.First time you and I met was funny. Your first words were omg you are a giant. I enjoyed helping you out as much as I could. Miss you dearly.The Big Guy

Posted by A friend   May 19, 2019

Posted by Candy Lindstrom    May 19, 2019

May this candle burn as bright as you on earth and in heaven.

Posted by Candy Lindstrom - OXFORD, MA   May 18, 2019

Posted by Candy Lindstrom    May 18, 2019

You know big guy, the first time we met, your first words were omg your a giant. Im not the big guy, you are. Loved your stories, I learned all about your life and listened for over 3 hours and loved it. From growing up to working in Alaska and helping you with your garden.. I am glad I was able to be your handyman and having a beer buddy. Yes I was ready for the garage roof, next time when we see each other again, I'll fix it for you.
Love you bigger man than me..

Posted by paul lindstrom - Oxford, MA   May 18, 2019

Ray, heaven truly gained an angel. I pray you'll Rest In Peace and shine down on us here on earth from heaven. I will always hold respect for you in my heart for being so good to my Nana. May your heart and soul find the most serene peace. With love, Vanessa.

Posted by Vanessa Petrie - Leicester, MA   May 18, 2019

My Brother, you will never know how much I will miss you as the days go by. I will always cherish the happy times we have shared throughout life and the dear memories we have made together along the way. Thank you for all the laughs. Thank you for bieng the best older brother you could be and the best Uncle to all my children. You will forever hold a special piece of my heart. With my upmost respect and love, fly high with Mom, Dad, and Nana. Rest in the sweetest peace. I love you.

Posted by Elizabeth Hyland - Holden, MA   May 18, 2019

We will miss you dearly Uncle Ray. May you rest in peace. Love, George, Jennifer & Averey

Posted by George Hyland - Barre, MA   May 18, 2019

May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one comfort you and your family, today and always.

Posted by American Heart Association    May 17, 2019

You will be missed Uncle Ray. We love you. Thoughts and prayers to all the family. May you Rest In Peace.
Love The Flynn's

Posted by A friend   May 17, 2019

I have been privileged to know Ray for the last 25 years. We have spent many days hunting and fishing together. For me the highlight of our friendship was when my 3 boys started hunting with Ray. My son Kyle came home from his first hunting trip and said hunting with Ray is like spending a day in the woods with Rodney Dangerfield! My oldest son Josh shot his first deer with Ray on a Saturday when I was working, and I wouldn't have it any other way. Josh was killed in a car accident this February at 23 years old, Ray was very upset to lose him. I hope they are in Hunting Heaven now! God bless my friend!

Posted by Rick Marrone - Hardwick, MA   May 17, 2019