Condolences to the family and friends of Raymond A. Dexter:
I write on behalf of the family of Maybelle Irene (Major) Harrigan, b 1917, d. 2001, cousin to Raymond and Niece to Mona Vera (Major) Dexter, who was sister to our grandfather, Herbert Major of West Hartford, CT. (b. Belfast Ire. c. 1888). We stumbled upon the obituary notice by chance just today and are greatly inspired by the life of this remarkable and gifted man. Our deepest sympathies to all of you on his passing.
F. Edward Harrigan III (firstname.lastname@example.org) also on behalf of Douglas, Robert, and Roy Harrigan and on behalf of our father, Frank E. Harrigan Jr. MD (95), (also from West Hartford).
Dear Kathy and the Dexter Family, we remember Ray as an outstanding example of a man that was an inspiration to so many. His caring, generosity and stature will be long remembered. Our prayers are with you.
Dr. Ray Dexter has been my encourager, supporter, and a friend. He leaves an awesome legacy. Kathleen and family may God's endless comfort and love be your continued strength and stay at this time. My the Holy Spirit through friends and family stand alongside you at this time. Kathy you're in my prayers. Love you in the Lord friend.
Dear Kathy and the rest of the Dexter family:
I were saddened to hear the news of Ray's death, but are so grateful to have had the wonderful privilege of getting to know both of your from the Dr. office. You two had so much love for each other!. Kathy you took great care of him while he was sick. I know he will be missed in your heart. I will keep you in my prayers.
Ray was one of my earliest mentors. His ideas and counsel shaped my life. His keen mind and broad views of our God were inspirational. On this day, we think and pray for you but rejoice that Ray has entered heaven. We look forward to greeting him there in the eternities. What a fabulou teacher he was. He remains close to my heart. Ray Peacock, Lt. Colonel