Ray-Hitchens-Obituary

Ray D. Hitchens

Middletown, Delaware

Age 78

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Ray D. HitchensMiddletown - Ray, age 78, passed away suddenly on Sunday, March 24, 2019.Ray served in the U.S. Navy from 1956 to 1960. He worked for DuPont at several locations for 35 years before retiring in 2002. After retiring, Ray worked at H&H Truck and Trailer Repair alongside his son....

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Kay, Riff and I are so sorry of your lost. We just found out today that he died. Our Terri is friends with your daughter in law. You and your family are in our prayers during this hard time, but God will get you all through it. I would like to do something nice for you in memory of your husband. I will make an Apron from one of his favorite shirts. I will need one of his shirts. May God Bless you and your family and give you the comfort that you all need at this time.
Sincerely,...

Ray and I worked in the power dept at duponts we had a great working relationship he was a pleasure to work with we developed a good friendship. I will truly miss him as I,m sure his family will.

We fondly remember the fun times in Landers Park with your family-sledding, swimming in your pool, and riding bikes. Rusty fondly remembers spending time with your family at the pig roasts at the beach. Your dad was always very kind and made us feel welcomed.
We send our condolence and love.

Rusty Sterlicchi
Cindy (Sterlicchi) Noble
Becky (Sterlicchi) Baag

To Ray Hitchens' family,

We are so sorry for the loss of your dad/husband. We remember all the fun times with your family in Landers Park- the pool, riding bikes, sledding. Rusty said he fondly remembers the pig roasts at the beach. We all have such fond memories of your family. Ray always made us fell welcomed in your home. Sending our condolences and love,

Rusty Sterlicchi
Cindy (Sterlicchi) Noble
Becky (Sterlicchi) Baag

My Dear Kay and Family

So sad to hear of Ray's passing. The sweetest man you could want to know. I remember you and Ray when I was just a kid with OUR sister BettyJo

I pray for the Grace and Glory of GOD to surround Ray always.

Be strong family in knowing that we will all be together again in our Heavenly reward

R I Paradise Dear Ray

So sorry for your loss Kay and family. It was always a pleasure to work with Ray. We called each other "cuz" once we realized we were related via the Stecher families. Rest in peace Captain.

Ray was a very sweet man. We always enjoyed talking with him. So sorry for your loss.

Susan and Joe Watkins