To my Father, I love you and will miss you greatly, but I have peace knowing that I will see you again.
May he continue to be in your hearts and may his memories help ease the loss. God Bless the Baldwin Family.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of the Baldwing family and friends. It was a pleasure to meet him through Ray Jr.
Awww I am so sorry for your earthly loss, thankfully we KNOW we will see him again. My prayers go up for your peace and comfort as you grieve your loss. May you feel the arms of Jesus around you and it gives you a quietness and peace.
We're going to miss Ray - WB7OHF (SK), a long time amateur radio operator who loved the "Magic Band", 6- meters. I've known Ray for over 20 years and found him to be a gentleman in every way, a generous and caring person. Ray was fond of having breakfast with other ham radio operators and we knew that he and Vourneen would be there every Saturday morning. It won't be the same. Ray is now a "Silent Key".
I had the privilege of working with Ray at Engine Five on Grant Rd during the '60's . He was a good leader.Safe journey Ray !!
Our thoughts and prayers to the Baldwin family. He was dearly loved by all who knew him and the family is truly blessed to have this great man as a part of their lives.
My condolences to Vourneen, Patty, and Raymond, their families and all those who mourn the loss of RC. I always enjoyed talking to RC. We were both ham radio operators, though I was no longer active, and we talked about the hobby quite a bit over the years. As a child I always thought it was pretty neat that RC was a fireman.
When I was six or seven, the elementary school I attended had a fire prevention program for the students, and offered membership in a club. However to be “official,” the membership card had to be signed by a real fireman. No problem, as RC signed it. I was quite proud of that card and that my cousin had signed it!
RC will be missed by many, I'm sure.