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Raymond Daniel Audino Obituary
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August 18, 2018

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February 1, 2018
Our love and condolences go out to the Audino family. Ray was another older brother. He was my introduction to weekend warrior, Mitch Ryder, and having an incredible sound system. Thank you Audino family for showing how caring and supportive a family can be. You had to be there to understand this. It has been a great blessing to know Ray, Susan, their children and the whole Audino family over the years. Thank you all, Bob and all the Sisler Family
January 14, 2018
I was saddened when I received the call a couple of days ago from my brother, who lives in Visalia, that Ray had suddenly passed away. I have known Ray as a friend and younger classmate of his since we attended George McCann Memorial Grammar School. His younger brother Don and I were classmates and best friends for all our lives. I spent a lot of time in the Audino family home and Ray was a great friend and mentor for me through our high school years at Mr. Whitney. We also spent a little time together at Fresno State during breaks from class. He invited me to his wedding at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church, where my wife and I married a few years later and still attend. We stayed in touch with each other's lives from afar, thanks to Don.

We renewed our personal acquaintance at Don's funeral a few years ago, and both intended to stay in better touch. Unfortunately, in our busy retirement lives, time got away from us, as it too often does. I regret not taking the time to keep in better touch. He was a fun and interesting guy, and we always had great conversations when we spent time together.

My wife Maggie and I send our sincere condolences to Susan, your daughters and grandchildren, and his entire extended family. I will miss Ray very much. God bless all the Audino family.

Best wishes always,
Bob and Maggie Brecht
January 11, 2018
My early memories of being around Ray were the same as my last memory, Ray always had a kind smile, good conversation, and good laughs. My Dad and I recently bumped into him on a flight up to Fresno where he proceeded to give us a tour of Fresno State, told us some places to eat dinner, and then drove us to our hotel. He did all this of course while providing an entertaining conversation. That's the kind of man he was, he genuinely cared about those around him.

I will remember him as a wonderful example of what it means to be a grandfather, father, and husband. I'll take that example with me and always try to wear comfy shoes whenever possible in his honor.

My sincere condolences to Susan, Nancy, Julie, Terry, the entire Audino family and anyone else who lucky enough to call Ray family. He will be missed but always fondly remembered.

-Ryan Bubnack
January 11, 2018
My condolences to the Audino Family. Ray was a man of great character, and set a good example of what it takes to be dedicated family man. He always treated me well, and my favorite memory would be when he invited myself, and two brothers, up for the weekend to stay at his house, and go to the Fresno State game. We had a great time with Ray that weekend! He will be missed.