To the entire Kocor family, my deepest condolences.
I worked with Ray at P&W, starting in 1975, when I was 19. Ray was my leadman in the RTV crib. I have many fond memories of Ray, and his great sense of humor.
It was an honor to work with him.
I loved Ray with all my heart and soul. Tear fill my eyes because we have lost another member of the greatest generation that will ever be on this Earth. Ray was a man for all seasons and lived life as he saw fit, never once looking in the rearview mirror. I'll always treasure the time that I spent with him, along with the many stories, his keen sense of humor and razor sharp wit. Though vertically challenged, he was a giant among men and I am honored to call him my friend. Grieve not for his passing, but celebrate his arrival in Heaven. No doubt he's smiling and telling a joke along the streets paved with gold. His memory will live forever and so will my love and admiration for him. I wish you and your family the very best, along with my deepest sympathies and heartfelt condolences.
Yours in Christ,
James S. Bivens, (Dubai, UAE)
As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.
Dear Dolores and family, please accept my sincerest sympathy of the loss of your loved one. Mr. K., was a man with many adventures, He loved his wife and family - he was always busy doing something. he was not a man who wandered around the neighborhood, but, when you passed his fence, in the front yard, he would strike conversations with you. He was knowledgeable of what ever subject you talked about. He was a perfectionist - with all he did. Mr. K. I will miss you dearly, but, I promise you I will take care of Dolores. - Sandra,Kim, Penny, Steven, Raymond and your spouses, and grandchildren - sorry for your loss. May he R. I. P....... I will miss you, my friend. Love Mrs.Irene Arabek. Alps Drive East Hartford, Ct.