Raymond "Rotten Ray" Hunsaker Jr.
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Ray unexpectedly passed away on 1/8/16 at the young age of 57. He had recently fought lymphoma & battled it like a warrior, with his daughter valiantly by his side. He was in full remission at the time of his death. He suffered & died from heart related problems. Ray was born 3/11/58, beloved son of Raymond J. Sr. & Helen (Pappas) Hunsaker in Salt Lake City, UT. He attended Hillcrest High School. At a young age he fell in love with and married his sweetheart Sherree (Astle) Hunsaker.
He is preceded in death by his mother Helen, grandparents, many family, & friends. Ray was a tile setter by trade for the most part of his life as well as other labor work, working alongside his clad, then later his youngest son Kody. Ray was a very proud member & brother of The Barons Motorcycle Club for many, many years. If he wasn't tearing up asphalt with his brothers: he was spending time with his children and grandchildren. A mentor, loving, handsome, proud, loyal, strong, unforgettable, vitality, prideful, compassionate, tough, amazing, vigorous , & freedom filled man. Captivated & loved by all he'd touched. He is survived by his father Raymond Sr., little brother Pat, wife Sherree, loving father of; Lisa "Bones" (Kenny), Derick (Vickie), Kody (Jessica). Attentive and prideful grandpa "Pa" to Korey, Austin, Tyler,Jordan, Rose, Kolton, Mckinzi, Anthony, Kaden, Kylee, Bebe, Trenton, Gage, Drayden, & his newest, Jakson. As well as hundreds of Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Nieces, a great nephew, brothers, & friends.
He was captivated & loved by all who were blessed to know him far & wide. "Uncharted territories are yours to have, ride in peace now our beloved old man! (Jessica Hunsaker). " Don't mistake my kindness for weakness".
Family will be notified of services. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the memorial fund for financial assistance in Ray's name at Mountain America Credit Union.

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Published in The Salt Lake Tribune on Jan. 16, 2016.
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January 10, 2020
I am so glad that to know that you are with Scotty; I bet you two are having SOME FUN together and one day, I will be there, too! Miss you, Junior.
Sabra Richins
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August 24, 2018
I cant stand that your gone grandpa everyone keeps telling me i look like you every day its been a hard few years and i miss you every day and i know you wouldnt be happy with how things are and i try my best to make you proud of me i look at pictures of you all the time and i wish i got to know you longer i know we would have been closer now that i am older you always told me i was the most like you and i know as long as i have a bike to ride your memory will live on rest easy
Gage Hunsaker
February 12, 2016
Ride on
Cindy Smith McClees
January 28, 2016
WE WILL MISS YOU AT ALL FUNCTIONS AND GATHERINGS. RIDE ON BROTHER UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN YOUR BROTHER BARON CHOPPER
January 25, 2016
We were just at Susie Puzey's funeral and were told about Ray, Jr. We are so sad to hear about his passing. He was a good friend, and we will miss knowing he is around.
Scott and Sabra Richins
January 24, 2016
Good Bye Ray you will be missed.
Slim and Debi
January 24, 2016
HAY RAY WE YOCUM'S WILL MISS YOU. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PRESENCE. YOU WILL BE MISSED!!!!!!
Candace Yocum
January 18, 2016
You will be truly and deeply missed. Your laughter always put a smile on my face, even if there were tears in my eyes. To say thank you does not fully express the gratitude I have for all the love and support you gave to me and my boys for all of these years. It was truly an honor to have you call me daughter. I will do my very best to continue to make you proud. All my success, in your honor! Love love love
Jessica Hunsaker (Camp)
January 17, 2016
Thanks for the good times and the knowledge Old Man. Thanks for being the closest thing to a Dad I ever had. You're family will be in our thoughts and prayers. Kody, hit me up sometime bro. 8017559811. God bless. Much love, Nick Almy and family.
Nicho Almy
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