My husband and I were saddened to hear the news of the passing of Professor Lytle. Ray was my first design professor at the University of Illinois. I fondly remember him as a smart, kind and practical guy. He taught myself and many fellow architecture students the first thing about architectural design. He will also be remembered by many for his hip style, "swaggy" leather boots and his mark on the architecture of Champaign-Urbana! Our condolences go out to his family.
I am sorry to hear this sad news about my cousin Ray! He will be missed by all who knew him.
I am so sorry to hear about Raymond's passing. He was a very special cousin and I always his visit to Framingham. My deepest sympathy to all of you.
Bonnie (Lytle) Van Brunt
Raymond was the oldest of 8 cousins in the Lytle family. I am so sorry to hear of his passing. My most vivid memory of him is seeing him sitting beside our blind grandmother Phemie and talking to her quietly holding her hand. My sympathy to all his family.
Ray was a prince of a man. Kind, patient, the perfect husband for me! His talent was above and beyond and he was so humble about it. Such a loss.........
His loving wife, Sally
Ray was best man at my wedding to Nancy 46 years ago. As it turned out, Ray was always the best man. We will miss late nights in the architecture building with him and La Napoule.
Our deepest sympathy to Sally and the family.
Ken Hubbard/ Chicago
I was so sad to read about Ray's passing. He was not only my employer when I worked at Olsen-Lytle but he was also my friend. He video taped my wedding in 1986 and helped design my house in 2000. Although it has been years since I have seen him, he has always remained close in my heart. My deepest sympathy to the family.
I know Ray is pleased with what was written. Short, sweet and to the point,
My Love and Friendship will always be with you,