David and Ann, So sorry to learn of your Dad's passing. Wish I could be at his memorial service but we will be there in spirit..
Raymond 'rescued' me from 'Big TI' to Marlow Industries and we had 15 exciting years working together with the great team at Marlow and many very memorable trips with your parents.
Luckily I also had several enjoyable visits with Raymond after we both retired and I happened to be in Dallas.
Sorry we couldn't visit one last time but I'm certain that Raymond and Elizabeth are enjoying their reunion.
Betty and I will keep them, you, and both your families in our thoughts and in our prayers. May God bless you all.
Chris & Betty Witzke
We will miss our visits with you when you were outside walking Spencer and also our visits about Waco, where I grew up also. You were such a dear, sweet man and always a gentleman. Rest in peace. Barbara Sachs Ingram and Stan Ingram, your neighbors who lived across the street at the Drexel. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all the Marlow family.
David and Ann,
Raymond was an amazing person and he had a tremendous impact on my life ... he was a difference maker! My condolences to you and your family.
Ann & David-
How blessed you have been to have such wonderful parents. I didn't know that Raymond was such an important figure. His obituary beautiful describes his many accomplishments but also how well he placed his priorities. I have only known your parents in their later years and I will be forever grateful for your mom who encouraged my dad to move to Edgemere. I am especially thankful for their deep and abiding faith in Jesus Christ and the assurance of salvation that this relationship brings.I know that Raymond's homecoming was wonderful! Praying that the Holy Spirit will comfort you both mightily and give you that supernatural peace.