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December 14, 2018

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December 4, 2007
To the Rayburn family, Mrs. Rayburn, Ruth, Becky, Liz and Ryan, you were my second family for two years in Okinawa and Colonel "Mr." Rayburn was my second father. I admired, respected and loved him. I have many wonderful memories of the countless days spent with all of you. As a father myself of three young daughters and a son I can only hope to be half the man he was in raising my family. I am so terribly sorry for your loss, for all of our loss. My thoughts are with you.
September 15, 2007
My sympathies to the Rayburn family. I worked for Maj. Ross Rayburn in 1983/84 at the Joint Law Center, MCAS, Cherry point, NC. He was a fine Marine officer and a gentleman, and he had a great sense of humor. I am saddened to hear of Maj. Rayburn's passing.

Semper Fi,
March 7, 2007
I just heard about the passing of Ross. I served with him in El Paso Tx (JTF-6). The nicest guy in the world, we spent a few Saturday afternoons in Juarez betting on football games. Whenever I see Navy or Texas AM play I always think of El Paso and Ross. God Bless
R E Heinz (Lt Col USMC)
October 3, 2006
Margarethe and the Rayburn Family -

Pam and I were saddened to read yesterday about your loss. Words can not let you know what a great Marine, gentleman, and friend Ross was to both of us. Serving with him in Desert Storm and then at Camp Pendleton I can attest to his love for his family, devotion to his God, and his unfaltering service to his Country. I always looked forward to his phone call
each Marine Corps Birthday - I will really miss his laughter this November. Please know that our prayers are with your family through these difficult days.