Raymond Squire

Toledo, Ohio


Toledo, Ohio


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SQUIRERaymond "Ray" Raymond "Ray" Squire, 84, passed away on Thursday, December 31, 2015. He was born on May, 1, 1931, and graduated from Waite High School in 1948. Ray served honorably for 2 years in the U.S. Army, during the Korean War. He attended the University of Toledo with help from the...

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I didn't know Ray extremely well, but in the time I did know him I was mightily impressed by his character. God rest your soul, Ray, and condolences to your family.

My deepest condolences to Pat and the Squire family.

My thoughts and prayers go out to the Squire Family. Ray and Pat were friends of mine during the time we were members at Trinity and later St. Marks. Their children were students when I taught at McKinley. My deepest sympathy to all of you.

On behalf of the Start High School Hall of Fame Association, please know the Squire family are in our thoughts and hearts. Ray was one of a kind. He will be missed.

To a great man full of interesting stories and always helpful and full of smiles & laughter. Thank you for your neighborly manner and friendship.

Ray Squire was my teacher, my colleague and a good man. The world will be less without him.
Nick Zientara

Good Night Coach ! It has truly been a pleasure. You were / are one of the few that I really looked up to ! Thank you !

Ray was a wonderful man. He was my next door neighbor. Him and his wife are the best neighbors you could ever ask for. Always there to lend a hand, wherever needed, without question, or judgment. He helped fix my front door after a break in and the fence after my dogs got loose, following a downed tree in my yard, due to a storm. He was always sneaking over and cutting grass close to my flower bed and working in my driveway on the cracks. He will be missed. It won't be the same looking over...

Mr. Squire taught me (or tried to) teach me chemistry at Start in 65/66. I learned that I could even though I was not superb, I could persevere and be adequately scientifically literate in the field. This has been a life lesson that has served me my whole life. Thank you Mr, Squire.