Lori D. Raver

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Sep 27, 1973 – Feb 3, 2019


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Lori D. Raver, 45, of Harrisburg, passed away Sunday, February 3, 2019 at her home. She was born September 27, 1973 in Harrisburg; she is survived by her parents, Lynn B. and Jean (Price) Raver, of Harrisburg; and her fianc, James Klinger, of Sunbury. Lori was a self-employed Graphic Designer and...

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God bless Lori and her family and those who will miss her smile and positive attitude. Such sad news for anyone who met her even once and anyone that cares about Harrisburg. We have lost one its biggest cheerleaders.

Our condolences in the loss of this beautiful, sweet, caring, amazing young woman. Hugs and prayers to her parents and fiance. Don and I were blessed to be one of her neighbors when we lived on Green Street. I will miss her newsy emails about the neighborhood and life in general as well as sharing our love of England and "The Royals". Love you and miss you, Lori.

A vibrant and compassionate young woman, gone way, way too soon. May her soul be in the merciful and loving arms of God and may He comfort her parents, finance and friends in such a time of sudden loss. Lori, we shall always remember you and cherish the good memories.

Jean and Lynn,
I am so sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you both.

Please accept our most sincere condolences on Lori's passing. She and my daughter Abbey were friends in junior high and I still have fond memories of Lori at our house as we ate peanut butter from spoons. Lori revived our relationship on Facebook and we cherished our interactions with her - so funny, smart and wonderful. We can't tell you how sorry we are for the loss of this amazing woman.

Sandy Pearce and Abbey Bishop
North Carolina

Fond memories of Lori from my time on the Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association board. No matter how crazy things got, Lori had an incredible capacity to meet every situation with a smile. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family and all those close to her.

It is with profound sadness and shock that we hear of Lori's untimely passing. She embodied the spirit of what it means to live in Historic Midtown and will be sorely missed by her friends and neighbors there. Please know our thought are with James and Lori's family during this most difficult time.

My condolences to Lori's parents and fiancé. I am very blessed to be a friend. And a classmate.

Lori, your friendship, kind spirit, and laughter will be greatly missed. All our love, Mike & Larry