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October 22, 2018

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March 27, 2018
May the Lord fill the void as only He can. We can't replace our parents! Especially when they are special like Ray and Joan. It was a pleasure to be of service to your parents for nearly 30 years, as well as to become their friend. Thanks to our shared faith in Jesus Christ, we will see them again in Heaven! As the hymn says, "When we all get to Heaven, what a day of rejoicing that will be!"
March 26, 2018
Ray Fetchiet was my first swimming coach and mentor at Lincoln Park High School in the early 1950s. Later he was my mentor and friend when I returned to teach and coach at the new high school in Lincoln Park. He was always a professional and set a fine example for young people. We were fortunate to have him as our leader. My sincere condolences.
Ray (Bucky) Martin
Northville, Michigan
March 26, 2018
March 25, 2018
To the Fetchiet family my prayers and condolences.
March 25, 2018
My dear friend, Its at moments like these as we gather with our loved ones we utter the words; he was a good
man. What is a good man ? Ray grew-up modestly in a loving family. He proudly served his country in WW11
Ray was a good man. He took advantage of the G.I.Bill, earned his degree from the Jesuits at the U. of D.
Ray was a good man. He married the love of his life Joan and provided for her the next 62 years, he was a
good man. Together they raised two fine children Rich and Ann and were ever so proud of them, he was a
good man. Ray served his God and community as an usher and Extraordinary Minister, (what an honor).
He was a good man. Ray was a teacher, assistant principal and the school disciplinarian in Lincoln Park,
Ray was a good man. He loved to golf ( and was good at it ). He had wit and wisdom and was just a good
man. Like the movie "Gladiators" ending I say to you my friend: " Go to Her ".
Your friend, John Bunarek