To Raymond's loved ones:
Please accept our sincere condolences on the passing of our dearly remembered second cousin Raymond. Betty & I have fond memories of earlier days with Raymond & his parents. Although we've not been in touch for some time, we have not forgotten him. Please consider us as family if you're planning a memorial service.
Doug Boocock (son of Walter) 905-827-3913. Oakville. (I would be pleased to contact Betty & others if you wish.)
Betty Sandwell (nee Boocock, daughter of George). Grimsby.
Please accept our sincere condolences for your loss. We know you have many fond memories because of the way you always spoke of ' Dad '.
Ray was a gentle man, indeed.
I remember him fondly from my days growing up across the street on Beaver Bend Cres.
My deepest condolences to the family.
The members of West Toronto Lawn Bowling Club, Toronto want to extend their sincere condolences to your family.
Ray was for many, many years one of our most active and respected members, known to all for his unfailing good humor, sportsmanship and ability as a lawn bowler.
He was always our "go-to" person when anything needed someone skillful to fix anything, a true mainstay of the club.
We will all remember him was great fondness.
Mary Patterson, on behalf od the members and executive, W.T.L.B.C.
To Ray's family,
Please accept my condolences on Ray's passing. I remember Ray from our Hydro days. He was very well respected.
Toronto Hydro Meter Department