Raymond Glenn Shook
1964 - 2021
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On September 19,1964, Raymond Glenn Shook entered this world in Riverside, CA as the firstborn son of Edwin G Shook & Patricia M (Gibbons) Shook. He grew up in Corona, CA before moving with his family to Price, UT in 1971. He graduated from Carbon High in 1983. During his life span he lived in CA, UT, WY & Vienna, Austria before settling in Sequim, WA.

In 2002 he lost his right leg during a life altering work accident that almost took his life. Ray's philosophy was he could either accept it and move on or make himself and everyone around him miserable. He chose to accept it. He then acquired a college degree studying electronics. Some of his hobbies included making flutes and drums. He could play the wood flute like the heavenly soul he is today.

Ray always loved helping people in his community and while working at Walgreens and Home Depot in Sequim WA. He was recognized by his infectious laugh and can- do attitude. Cancer took him from us on February 14th, 2021.

Ray is survived by his mom Patricia M (Gibbons) Shook, his dad Edwin G Shook and stepmom Lisa Shook, brother Edwin K Shook, sisters Marshelle (Ronnie) Bogdin, Dani (Keny) Seals, Crissy (James) Hislop, nieces Cassie, Delia, Brielle, Brenna and nephew Joel. He will be missed by numerous family & friends. Ray has requested there be no services. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to your favorite charity in Ray's name. It would be greatly appreciated.

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Published in Peninsula Daily News on Feb. 21, 2021.
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February 17, 2021
Raymond was awesome friend we always kept in touch on phone and thought Facebook we both were from Price utah we hung out were it was going to have coffee at the old husky Station or at the Cowboy club we even hung out at his house played cards or playing on his computer he will always be missed
Bud melo Melo
February 17, 2021
Ray, always kind and happy. Thank you for your friendship. You will be missed.
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