Raymond (Ray) Cole Sr.
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Raymond (Ray) Cole Sr.
Mt. Bethel, PA - Raymond (Ray) Cole Sr, 47, of Mt. Bethel, Pennsylvania passed away on April 27, 2021. Born in Newton, New Jersey, he is survived by his parents Beverly Biasi and Raymond J Cole, his children Shane, Raymond, Brieanna, Alyssa, Brandon, as well their mother Theresa Cole and his son Landon. He also is survived by his sisters Lori Meyers, and Dawn Klausfelder and his nieces and nephews; Beverly, Tiffany, Nathan and Wesley, his grand nieces Kennedy, Grace, Calysta, Emilia, Ellie and his grand nephews Wyatt and Theo. Ray is also survived by Ruschele Griffin and her daughters, Victoria, Alissa, Kasandra, and Stacia. Raymond is also survived by his grandchildren who knew him as pop-pop, Aliyah, Lucas, Waylon, Mckenna, and Rylee. Raymond was an avid Steelers Fan, enjoyed the outdoors, camping, family and a master of laughter. Raymond loved spending time with his family and friends any time he could, and he loved to ride his motorcycles. Raymond will live on in our hearts and spirits forever.
Memorial Service will be held at Newbaker Funeral Home 200 rt. 94 P.O Box 2224 Blairstown NJ 07825 on Monday May 3rd 2021 from 5-8pm with a held service at 7:30 pm. Flowers can be sent to the funeral home on behalf of the family.

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Published in The New Jersey Herald from Apr. 30 to May 2, 2021.
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May 3, 2021
ray we are gonna miss you buddie u will always be in our hearts
christine xander
May 3, 2021
I worked with Ray at Tioga and we are all very sadden by this news. My condolences to his children & family.
stacy gostony
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