Raymond T. Yunker

Plymouth, Minnesota

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Loved Ray so much. Never left my thoughts. Exceptional man. Just seeing his face in the profile made me smile. An amazing human being. ❤❤❤

I was Ray's caregiver back in 2013. He was an amazing person I will never forget his stories. RIP Ray. ❤❤❤❤

Ray and I on Halloweeen at Boeing, around 1984.

Ray was my mentor at the Boeing Ballistic Test Labs from 1980 to 1985. I learned so much from him and loved every minute. He had an amazing mind and a huge sense of humour. Now,30 years later, I am still telling Ray Yunker stories to the engineers I am mentoring.

Ray and I on Halloween at Boeing

Ray was the kind of person I looked up to. He worked honestly his whole life and was kind and generous to all that knew him. It was his jolly laughs and smiles that would draw just about anybody in. You will be missed Ray.

Ray was one of a kind for sure. I never met anyone with such a great (and similar) sense of humor, no matter the situation. Some of my fondest memories are "happy hour" at the house in Seattle and listening to stories about Boeing, the Navy, Greenwood Lake as a kid,and shenanigans with Edna. We will all miss you! Cheers Raymond!

Jean Ann and Family,
Ray was most certainly "one of a kind," and delightful in every way. I have MANY fond memories of Ray, all of which are very humerous! One of my favorites, on St. Patrick's Day, calling himself, "Ray O'Yunker." :) We will greatly miss him! Kathy Hintz


Raymond's Obituaries

Raymond T. YunkerRaymond T. Yunker, age 88, died on January 18, 2013. Born in Hoboken, NJ and at age 18, served 2 years in WWII in the United States Marines. He graduated from Cleveland State University with a degree in Chemical Engineering. He then served as a lieutenant in the US Navy until...

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