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August 15, 2018

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December 21, 2017
Ray was a longtime friend to me, my parents and immediate family. We were childhood chums at St. Barbara's grade school and Fordson High School. Tall and lanky, Ray was on the grade school basketball team. One of the smart one's in high school, Ray mentored me and others in our homeroom through some tough classes. He introduced me to my wife, MaryLou at U of M. He counseled my brother during a period of illness when the two were stationed in San Diego. My brother was in the Navy and Ray served as a Marine physician. I still have a photo of Ray during his service in the Vietnam War at Da Nang. During his medical training in Detroit we often talked about our futures, his desire to become a psychiatrist and my interest as a reporter. We last visited in Wisconsin. Hopefully, we'll share time somewhere else.
December 11, 2017
Ray was a classmate of mine at Wayne State Medical School class of 1966. I last saw Ray at the 50th reunion. He was kind to invite Janis my wife and I to a dinner party with Drs Joe Arends and Ray Boza. We shared stories of our training times together, but most memorable was his recall of war time experiences in Vietnam as a physcian on the front lines. These in turn led to his empathetic view of the world and helped in his deision to pursue psyciatry. Ray was a witty conversationalist and astude psychiatrist who helped many a patient with life's struggles. I'll miss him dearly.
December 9, 2017
God helps us through these most distressing times (Phillipians 4:6,7)
December 8, 2017
The Mercier Association of America offers their condolences following the death of Raymond Mercier

Truly.

Mario Mercier

www.famillesmercier.org