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Raymond Ragnar Norling

Raymond Ragnar Norling

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November 10, 2014
Time has gone by in a blink since Ray was called home, but my love for him is just as strong as ever right here on earth. I know he is watching with his gentle smile and that twinkle in his eyes.

Together in God's love,
Cheryl #3
October 31, 2013
I have spent the better part of today, Oct.30, trying to find the words to explain how sorry I am that Ray has died. I can not. I want you to know that you are in my prayers and that I feel the love that you have extended to me. I will always be your #3.
October 27, 2013
Ray will always be in my thought each time I see the American Flag. He and my husband Bud sang in the choir at Diamond K. The song "There's a Star Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere" will always have his voice singing it in my mind.
October 24, 2013
I first met Ray playing bocce ball at The Club. Both he and Shirley were always happy to see everyone and enjoyed the comaraderie of the "competition." Ray always had a story to tell, but he also was interested in hearing others tales of their lives. I will miss his friendly personality.
October 22, 2013
A picture is worth a thousand words...Our visit with Ray and Shirley here in Indianapolis was special. We enjoyed touring Indy on a typical rainy icy Indy day-visiting all the places that Bob and Debee would talk about here in Indy. Our evening family dinners were so much fun. Ray was always eager to come and help in the kitchen. Topping off the evening would be the trip back down town to their hotel with all the beautiful lights and monument circle. There are so many wonderful things we could say about Ray...that we will just leave it to our pictures and memories!

From our daughter Marybeth...
My memory of Mr. Norling is a wonderful, intelligent, thoughtful person. Also, like a grandparent who lived far away. I can remember listening to him tell stories f when he was little. Another time I can fondly remember is when all of us gathered around the table and told stories of funny things we did that day. One more thing is telling Mr. Norling about my American Girl Doll-Kit. These are a very few of my memories of Mr. Norling.

From our Sons Robbie and Johnny
We thoroughly enjoyed Mr. Norling. We enjoyed hearing stories about fishing. All the Swedish baking and the pastries and breads that Ray would bake. Johnny recently served as a Grub master with his scout troop and said Mr. Norling would have enjoyed hearing about it...

We will all miss him....and are so blessed to have known him....

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