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RAYMOND J. GOULET Obituary
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July 22, 2018

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November 16, 2017
Another Angel in Heaven looking after all of us.
Rest in Peace Ray till we meet again
Love Claire
October 18, 2017
We have known Ray for well over 20 years.

We will always remember all the time we shared with him & Ann, especially all of the wonderful stories that Ray was always willing to share with us of his adventures in his magic career.

Ray always enjoyed being with people and people enjoyed being with him.

Ray had a wonderful life and his own words on the cover of his book are typical of Ray's thought on life:

"I have had a good run & I have enjoyed every minute of it"

RIP dear friend.
October 17, 2017
I remember Ray as friend and a mentor. Someone I looked up to and had a great respect for. He is one of just a handful of people that influenced me and made me a better person. I will miss him terribly and remember him always.
October 15, 2017
I will miss Ray's sly humor and eagle-eyed appreciation of the subtleties of magic. He was a generous man, a consummate professional, and a kind and supportive mentor to younger magicians. Presiding from his magic shop and museum in Watertown, Ray was truly Boston's King of Magic. I deeply regret not having seen his famed private library of magic books, as well as not to have seen him perform. But he was kind to me and to everyone--a lovely human being who condescended to no one, and who maintained his integrity right to the end. It is a great loss.