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Raymond A. Angleman

Age 65

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Ray and I were good friends for a long time, he and I used to go on church activities with the Westville Baptist Church in Westville, NJ. I will miss him terribly.

Ray was a special person, he had his challenges and those of us whom grew up with him knew that. Growing up with ray as my neighbor his parents included me with many outings they had participated in. The Philly boat show, church events at Parvin state park, the beach at national park and endless trips to the Chesapeake on their boat called Triangle. Rays parents Cliff and Jean were very religious and patriotic, I always remember Rays mom calling cliff Daddy, I was very lucky to be a part of...

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The Possibility Players will forever miss your kind and loving spirit, Ray❤

Raymond was a sweet and gentle man with a large and ready smile!

Ray was such a sweet man. He was a member of the theater troupe, the Possibility Players, where he played his keyboard, rehearsing for our next production. He was a mild mannered and very polite gentleman, and we loved having him as a member of our group. May you rest in peace Ray, and, thank you for being a part of our lives. We will miss you dearly.❤

Obituary

Raymond's Obituary

Voorhees, NJ -  Passed away on November 27, 2020. Age 65. Born in Philadelphia, PA, he was the son of the late William and Jean E. (Wheeler) Angleman. He is survived by his step-mother, Benita “Bonnie” Wood and his Bancroft family who loved him well.

Raymond enjoyed music, church,...

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