Raymond C. Prideaux

VALLEY, Nebraska

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So sorry to hear about your loss. I have so many good memories of living next door to Ray & Marlys in Benson. Such good neighbors and wonderful people. You have my prayers.
Linda Graves Zimmerman

In this difficult time,our thoughts and prayers,go out to you and your family.

Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.

I remember the Prideaux family from way back. Mr Prideaux would do a very loud whistle to get the kids to come home. If they didn't come within so many whistles they would get the alternative, but very rarely. We lived and live right behind their house on 66th and Emmet and we were 66th Pinkney (the Cleary Family)They also had a black Scottie terrior. Also added to the house as the family grew. When dad was out in the garden once in a great while Mr Prideaux and Dad would chat on the...

I remember your family from Emmet St. Our family lived on Bedford and whenever the ice cream man came around your dad would buy an ice cream for any kid around. My thoughts are prayers are with you.

Terri Pridie

Prideaux Family,
Uncle Ray always told me how he loved reading Psalms. So today I've picked one to remind us all the Uncle Ray is with God, Ps 49:15. I really miss celebrating the 4th of July with all of you at the cabin. God Bless.

Russell Peterson

Marlys...Sorry to hear of Ray's passing.
Hope you're doing ok. Don & Dorothy

Sorry to read of Ray's Passing, his Troubles Are Over. Worked at N.W. Bell with Ray.
Thanks for your Military Service to Our Country.
Past Commander V.F.W. and Ret. N.W. Bell


Raymond's Obituary

Raymond Prideaux passed away in VALLEY, Nebraska. Funeral Home Services for Raymond are being provided by Reichmuth Funeral Homes. The obituary was featured in Omaha World-Herald on February 7, 2013.