Raymond-Harding-Obituary

Raymond Edward Harding

Mountlake Terrace, Washington

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Mr.Harding we my 6th grade teacher at Margaret Reilly, in Austin Tx. He was also my little brothers, David Kruger, two years later. Mr. Harding took David under his wing, maybe because our dad was not around but for what ever reason he mentored David. David loved learning from that point on. David passed 11/3/2017. Maybe they are on another adventure together like they used to do. My God bring his family peace knowing a whole world of students remember and loved him.

Mr. Harding was my sixth grade teacher at Reilly Elementary Austin, Texas 1965-1966. He was an incredible teacher and had a huge impact on our lives. I'm 63 and still reflect on his thoughts he shared with us. He taught us respect for our country and explained the Viet Nam war so we understood. His sense of humor was priceless. We pranked him back one time by hiding ourselves in the coat closets after shoving our desks and chairs into another room, he loved that! He was tough but we knew...

Ray, you were a great husband, animal lover, friend. You had a fun sense of humor, big heart and a good, gentle, soul. I will never forget you, Raymond E. Harding.

Love,
Lynn

Obituary

Raymond's Obituary

Ray Harding of Mountlake Terrace, WA, died October 14, 2017. Born in Texas he founded Bird's Nest Airport near Austin, TX. Ray moved to Washington in 1993. His wife, Sara and his dogs, friends and former students will miss him terribly. Remembrances to Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Utah.

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