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RAYMOND, Rejean “Ray”

It is with great sadness, we announce the sudden death of Rejean (Ray) Raymond on March 12th. Ray lived a full life and had a distinguished career in the armed forces. Ray has left behind his loving daughter Tammy (Jonathan), grandson Matthew, brother Denis (Chantale), brothers-in-law Jay (Allison), Laurie (Brenda), Richard, and sisters, France (Royce), Micheline (Michel) and Diane (Eddy). Ray was predeceased by his ex-wife Shelley Raymond (nee Illingworth), brothers Yvon (Jeannette), Gerard and youngest sister Johanne (Stephan). Additionally, he will be missed by his ex-wife Elham Raymond (nee El-Hitti) and her children and grandchildren.

A funeral will be held on Saturday May 18th at 12 pm at the Catholic Church in Cap Santé, 30 PLACE DE L’ÉGLISE, CAP-SANTÉ, QUEBEC G0A 1L0. A small reception will be held in the hall next to the church immediately after the service.


6 responses to “RAYMOND, Rejean “Ray””

  1. Catherine says:

    Ray was my Companion, Best Friend and Confidant for many years. We spent alot of time together. I will never forget his smile, his laugh and his good heart.
    You were the best Ray. I miss you.

    Love Catherine

  2. Chantale says:

    Pour toi Tammy et les tiens,
    Pour vous la famille Raymond et les proches,
    Pour toi mon Denis,
    Je viens vous offrir mes sympathies les plus sincères pour le départ de Réjean
    Ma peine et mes pensées vous accompagnent en ces moments de grande tristesse…
    Au revoir Réjean, ce fut un grand privilège de t’avoir dans ma vie !
    On se reverra
    Ta p’tite belle-sœur Saguenéenne qui t’aime !
    Chantale ❣️

    For you Tammy and yours,
    For you Raymond family and loved ones,
    For you my Denis,
    I come to offer you my most sincere sympathies for the departure of Réjean
    My pain and my thoughts are with you in these moments of great sadness …
    Goodbye Réjean, it was a great privilege to have you in my life!
    We’ll meet Again
    Your little Saguenean sister-in-law who loves you !
    Chantale ❣️

  3. Darren Kendell says:

    Ray was a kind man, I sat across from him at work for many years. He was always smiling, happy and loved life I’ve have missed him since his retirement and will continue to miss has I know now I will never see him again.
    Rest easy my friend,

  4. Yvan Morin says:

    Mes sincères condoléances à la famille et amis. Ray fut un guide pour moi lorsque j’étais à DSRO. Il avait toujours une solution en main à n’importe quel problème et était toujours disponible pour aider. Son sourire et sa bonne humeur nous manquera à tous. Va en paix vieil ami.

  5. Sana Tarfi says:

    My thoughts are with you during this time. I am so sorry for your loss.
    Raymond will be in our hearts and memories forever. Wishing you strength and peace during this hard time. I will surely miss the presence of a truly loveable and kind person.


    To Family and Friends – – my deepest condolences on the passing of Ray (Rejean). He was a dear friend of mine and we shared many, many times together at various NATO meetings for nearly 20 years. After retirement, I did have the joy of seeing him on a past fishing trip to Canada in June 2018, when we had dinner.

    At our NATO meetings, Ray truly represented the best of Canada. Other national delegates respected his advice and efforts, as well as, cherished his wit, charm, and friendship.

    I will miss Ray, but I will always have the fondest of memories for all the good times we shared.

    Tom and Christa Kozlowski

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