Raymond-Carrio, Jr.-Obituary

Raymond Thomas Carrio, Jr.

Jul 7, 1929 - Jun 15, 2013 (Age 83)

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It saddened me today to learn of Ray's passing. I first met him on the initial Honor Flight to Washington, D.C. He invited me to numerous veterans' outings, which have left lasting memories. Ray will be missed by me and all of the other veterans he has befriended.

Having lost my Dad at a young age Ray Carrio became my adopted Dad. He was a remarkable man,I loved him and admired him so much. He will be missed more then words can say, but I know Heaven's Gates opened wide for such an amazing man. I am so sorry for your loss, but how blessed you were to have him as your Father and Friend! God Bless.

Ray and I would speak at various venues throughout the Metroplex raising funds for Honor Flight/Ft. Worth. We also drove to Tx.A&M and spoke with the Cadets who never let us down. He was a dynamic and kind man with a good soul. It was a privilege to know him. A donation will be made to Honor Flight/Ft.Worth in his name.

We have been blessed to have known Ray through the Honor Flight of Dallas. His dedication in helping organize the Fort Worth Honor Flight program will be a legacy that will live on....Ruth and Gene Phillips

Please accept our deepest sympathy during this difficult time.

I was saddened to hear of your dad's passing, and I know he must be very happy to be reunited with his beloved Stella! Raaaay Carrio was a wonderful person and I truly enjoyed all of my experiences with him dating back 40-45 years. I am especially grateful to you, Cindy and Ray, for including me in the initial Honor Flight of Dallas days... that is when I got to know your dad on a much deeper level.

All of you are in my thoughts and prayers in this time of sorrow and loss.

Ray, Kay and family -
We are sorry about your loss. May fond memories help you through this sad time in your life.

Cindy, Ray and Family,
Sorry to hear about your Dad. What a character. One of a kind and he will be truly missed. Blessings to your family during this time.

Cindy and family,
So sorry for the loss of your dad. May God bless you and comfort you at this time.


Raymond's Obituaries

Raymond Thomas Carrio Jr was born July 7, 1929 in Bay St. Louis Mississippi to Irma and Raymond Carrio. He was the only brother of Doris Carrio Ranson. Ray met his ?little bride? Stella in 1948 while stationed at Camp Chaffee Arkansas. They were married in March of 1950 at Immaculate Conception...

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