Raymond Spellacy

Pleasanton, California

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I just heard yesterday from Gayle Zacharia of your father's passing. So sorry I was not able to get to the service today. He was a dear man I knew at the YMCA for some years. We discussed my beloved 49er's quite often. The last time I saw him was a couple of weeks ago at the Kaiser blood lab. Never lost his "sweetness" and smile. He will be missed.

To The Ray Spellacy Family,

I was really sad to read of your Dad's last day. Gosh, what
a wonderful man! We had the nicest convertsation & he
looked so great the last time I saw him! He certainly will be
missed (I was very shocked to just read of Al Bond too!).

I hope happy memories & spirited times with a 'whole lot
of love' will see you through this. Know, I would be there
tomorrow, if I wasn't in Wyo. I'm sure your Dad would

As a co-worker with Raymond's son Larry, through that association I know that he was a wonderful father and a man of strong character and belief in Christ. A true professional in his career and example to the community. With great love, he was a gifted family father who held his family close through love and devotion to God and Jesus Christ. He cherished his wife. His memory lives on through his family. Jim Riley

I was so sad to hear about Ray's passing. I saw him about 7 months ago at my dad's service. Ray and Dorothy were my God Parents. Ray was not just my dad's cousin but one of his closest friends.

Ray and Dorothy are whooping it up in heaven with my parents. No more broken bodies to hold them back.

Renee (Bond) Gloudeman

I'm so very sorry to read of Ray's passing. He had told me he was not well and though he beat this, somewhat, earlier.. this time he could not. Your Dad and I met years ago on-line doing genealogy. We formed a good friendship when it developed he was born just 8 days before my twin sister and I were born in the same hospital in San Francisco(St. Mary's). We had so much in common re genealogy "The City" and school and etc in SF that we never seemed to be at a loss for words. ...


Raymond's Obituaries

Raymond Bernard Spellacy

April 29, 1929- June 15, 2013

Resident of Pinole

Raymond Bernard Spellacy of Pinole, California, passed away surrounded by his family on June 15, 2013. Raymond (Ray) was born in San Francisco, California, to Gertrude and Raymond Spellacy on April 29, 1929....

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