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Raymond V. Singer


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Raymond V. Singer Obituary
Raymond V. Singer, born September 18, 1924 in Santa Barbara, California to Sarah and Abe Singer. Left this world on November 10, 2016 in Santa Monica, California after a short illness to be with his beloved wife Fay and their son Andrew. He leaves his brother Bob Singer and his wife Harriet and daughter Malya and her two sons Nick and Jonah. He also leaves his nephew Dan Singer along with nephews Roger and Mark and niece Stephanie. Ray's brother John pre-deceased him. His sister-in-law Jo Seegel also pre-deceased him. He is survived by his brother-in-law Beryl Seegel (Harriette Spero and her family) as well as niece Barb Angaiak (John) and grand-niece Samantha Miller (Owen). He is also survived by Mark Seegel (Heather) and was uncle to Caleb Phillips (Audrey) and their children Hunter, Addie and Charlotte. Ray was a graphic illustrator in the aerospace industry and worked for many years at Boeing and Hughes Aircraft where he designed aircraft control panels and graphic displays. He served the United States Navy during World War II and was an active member of the Malibu Optimist Club. He volunteered at the Getty Villa as a docent and was recently honored by the Getty Museum for his 25 years of service. His wife Fay was a talented artist and both she and Ray traveled the world where she would paint many of the beautiful landscapes that Europe had to offer. Ray was an avid writer and his essays were (as still are) an inspiration to his entire family and to his many friends. He was a person of exceptional character and his slant on life was always inspiring. He saw the world in ways we never could have imagined and it shined brightly in his writings. Funeral service will be held Thursday at 11 a.m. at Hillside Memorial Park. Malinow and Silverman Mortuary 800-710-7100
Published in the Los Angeles Times on Nov. 15, 2016
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