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July 23, 2018

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October 18, 2017
One of the many qualities of Brother Ray that i admired most was his innate ability to relate to any student regardless of their background. I arrived at X as an anxious kid struggling to find myself and from day 1 he made feel like a welcome addition to the school and helped build my confidence along the way. Brother Ray was a tremendous teacher and an even better man

Chris M class of 98'
October 13, 2017
I've not met a single person during the time that our son has been at Xaverian who didn't love this witty self deprecating man. He truly understood the hearts and minds of young men. Surely God's newest angel has all the others chuckling already. May God bless and keep you always Brither Ray.
October 12, 2017
When I think of Xaverian, Brother Ray's warm smile is one of the first things I think of. He truly depicted the five core Xaverian values of compassion, trust, humility, simplicity, and zeal. I feel blessed to have known you for the time that I did. You will be greatly missed by the entire Xaverian community and everyone's lives you touched.

Noah Casper '18
October 12, 2017
When I think of Xaverian, Brother Ray's warm smile is one of the first things I think of. He truly was a walking representation of the five core Xaverian Brothers values; compassion, trust, zeal, humility, and simplicity. I feel blessed to have known you for the time in which I did. You will be greatly missed by the entire Xaverian community.

Noah Casper '18