Ray we shared a lot of laughs way back when, remembering them brings a smile to my face. Pick-up baseball games, the bowling alley, late night downtown shenanigans are amongst my favorite memories of times with you.
Adios Razor. My sincere condolences to your entire family.
I am saddened to hear of Ray's passing. We were good friends throughout high school and we played a lot of sandlot baseball over those years, mostly at Suggett Park. Sadly, we lost touch over the intervening years, as so often happens as our lives take different trajectories. My deepest condolences go out to the Ray's family, he will surely be missed. Rest in peace Ray.
Hi, I had the honors of working with Ray at The Bistro off Broadway for a few years.
Students greeted Ray everyday as they entered Bistro. He would have conversations with students and listen as students just want to be heard.
I enjoyed working with Ray. He always greeted co workers. He always had a smile.
One day I came into work and Ray was was waving me over. He then said “Marsha, here’s a t shirt that the students gave me, but it’s too small for me. Give it to your granddaughter, she’ll grow into it”
At that time my granddaughter was only five, she is now ten, and she still has some growing before she can fit into that t-shirt.
One day during his lunch he introduced me to his brother, Wayne and his wife, Toni. It was nice to finally meet them as Ray highly talked about his family.
Ray always looked forward to going home after work and relaxing. Our job was always busy and never a dull moment.
To Ray’s family, my deepest condolences to you and yours.
Keep your head up and your heart strong.