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Raymond F. Dunn

North Chelmsford, Massachusetts

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Raymond F. Dunnof Chelmsford CHELMSFORD -- Raymond F. Dunn of Chelmsford, MA died unexpectedly Tuesday, October 22, 2013, at Lowell General Hospital. He was married to Jeanne Dunn with whom he celebrated their 53rd wedding anniversary on June 18, 2013.Born in Lowell, he was the son of the late...

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My Dad, I love and miss you!
Yesterday was you birthday, so when I came upon this I wanted to wish you a happy birthday. ox debo ox

Margaret,
Jolene and I would like to express our sympathy on the passing of your father. May the memories you hold dear comfort you in the days ahead.

Our movement out of state never
separated our wonderful memories
of Jeannie and Ray from our mind.
A champion among Men. A great
role model for Boys. Must be a special member of the heavenly choir. We share your grief and pray
that God will send His Holy Spirit to
fill that emptiness we all feel..

Jean we are so sorry for your loss of Ray.We have been friends since Sacred Heart School.We will miss his great humor and wonderful out look on life, He will be in our prayers
Eddie & Carole

I am so saddened to hear of Ray's passing. You both were so kind to me. I will always remember Ray and Teddy working as housekeepers during their college years. Something tells me their skills were lost when they got a wife. Ray was such a blessing to all who knew him. I know you have many memories that will help you through the next days. I will be in touch. My prayers are with you and your children. We have lost a great friend and joyful person. Love, Anne Marie (Crowe) Sheeran.


We stumble for words, trying pathetically and desperatly to ease your pain and in so doing, somehow trying to reduce our own; it doesn't seem to work.
Yet, we want to convey to you that we are so honored that Ray's life touched ours for so many years. He was a wonderful example of a life well lived.
We feel so lucky to have known him.
Jeanne, you and Ray complimented each other beautifully.
As you grieve know that we grieve with you.
Our love and our prayers...

Our heart felt sympathy and our continued prayers for you and your family

Dear Jeanne and family - Please accept my condolences and prayers on Ray's death. He was a beautiful person and I have many great memories of him from long ago. I'll always remember him. Please give my best to all and take good care of yourselves.

Walter Roberts
Brattleboro, Vermont

Dear Jeanne and Family,

I had the priviledge of working with Ray for many years at the Research Foundation. He was a very cheerful guy who had a kind word and smile for everyone. We will miss his presence. My deepest condolences and sympathy to all of you during this very difficult time. Warmly, Louise Griffin