Raymond H. Beaty

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Raymond Hunter Beaty, 88, of Eldersburg, Maryland, passed away on Wednesday, May 31st, 2017 at his home with his loving family by his side. Born in Gastonia, NC on April 19th, 1929, he was the son of the late Paul C. Beaty and Magdalen Beaty Charles. He was the husband of the late Nancy Euler Beaty, who died on December 31st, 2000. Ray and Nancy enjoyed 49 years together and raised four children. Surviving are daughter Susan Beaty Rash and husband Ryan Rash, son Hunter Todd Beaty and wife Vickie Reno Beaty, daughter Sharon A. Beaty, daughter Heidi Beaty Condon and husband Dion Condon. Also surviving are grandchildren Jennifer Rash McGrew, Jessica Beaty and fiancé Greg Hastings, Zachery Beaty, Heather Condon, Megan Condon Brandt and husband Joshua Brandt, Justin Condon and Syvannah Condon. Great grandchildren surviving are Evan McGrew, Alexis McGrew and fiancé Jeremiah Sicinski, Alyssa Simms, Noah Hastings, Mya Condon, and great great granddaughter Raelynn Sicinski, born April 28th, 2017, just in time to meet her "Pop." Also surviving are his sister Jacqueline Beaty Mickiewicz and many nieces and nephews. Ray graduated from McDonogh School in 1947 where he enjoyed playing football and lacrosse, spending summers at Camp Red Cloud, and was 1st Lieutenant of the Calvary. He worked for his father at Beaty's Grocery store. During this time he also served in the Army National Guard. Ray started his own construction business, Long Meadow Construction, while in his early twenties. In his forties he retired to farming and enjoyed many wonderful years on the farm with family and friends. Throughout his life he had many memorable experiences. Among his favorites were his life on the farm, driving his tractors, teaching his children to ride, attending horse and pony shows, and playing cards with friends and family. He was a generous man who genuinely cared for all people. Friends may call from 6-9pm Monday, June 5, 2017 at Haight Funeral Home & Chapel, 6416 Sykesville Rd., Sykesville. Funeral procession will form at Haight Funeral Home at 10am on Tuesday, June 6, 2017. A graveside service will be held on Tuesday at 11am at Mt. Olive Cemetery in Randallstown.

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Haight Funeral Home & Chapel
6416 Sykesville Road
Sykesville, MD 21784
Published in Carroll County Times on June 3, 2017
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