Please accept my deepest feelings of sympathy and empathy. I know that your family and I along with his high school classmates are feeling a sense of loss for a father and a long time friend.
It is my hope that you will remember mostly all of the good times you spent with your father and the thought that he has rejoined Boots.
Ray and Jim's friendship began when they were young and continued throughout Ray's lifetime. That friendship remained steadfast and strong. I met Ray through my husband Jim and quickly formed a friendship with both him and Boots. Ray taught me to play bridge which was no easy feat. He will be missed, however, the wonderful memories will be in our hearts forever.
Raymond was a good friend in high school and we had lots of fun.His parents were always good to us and supported us in everything. Raymond was very good to me when I had breast cancer. He called quite often and we would talk old times. He will be missed. Carolyn (Horner) Nichols
Kara, I knew your father long before you did. He was a classmate of mine in White Deer. He was a good friend. He will be missed by all of us. I'll see you Monday to express my love and sympathy for you. He is happy and at peace now. Love and hugs, Julia McConnell
What great memories our class has from our high school days. Not only was Raymond our friend, but he was a big worker to help our class raise money for our senior trip to Colorado Springs. (He was probably highly encouraged by his dad, J. R. who was one of our class sponsors! Ha!) Fortunately, our friendship continued 60 years. Yes, we've shared many 'coffee talks". So long, my friend, until we meet again. Amy Durning-Clemens-Cooper