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February 18th 1976
February 25th 2013
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My love why????? I loved u with all my heart and sole. You. No this u were my. Life I am lost without u.allways
I Love You!!
Raymond, I really don't have the words needed to bring comfort to those you leave behind. I only hope that those you leave behind will find peace in their hearts and heads to help them come to a place where they will finally be able to accept your passing.
I have always been amazed at your calmness. You were really a "Gentle Giant". As I have shared with you, you always reminded me of my dad. You really were not one to share a lot of dialogue but what your did say was important and sometimes even funny.
Audrey, remember you were blessed to have Raymond in your life and it is important to remember what he meant to you and in life. Don't dwell on the event of February 25, 2013, but on all the years he made your heart happy.
It was a pleasure to have known him, and his smile. I pray your find comfort in knowing he loved you.
Raymond was far to young to leave this life. I am so sorry you have lost such a young man to death. I would like to share some comforting words from the Bible. As his bio states he loved the Bible.
What the Bible teaches is that the dead “are conscious of nothing at all.” They are not alive and have no conscious existence anywhere. The account of Lazarus confirms this. Upon returning to life, did Lazarus thrill people with descriptions of heaven? Or did he terrify them with horrible tales about a burning hell? No. The Bible contains no such words from Lazarus. During the four days that he was dead, he had been “conscious of nothing at all.” (Ecclesiastes 9:5) Lazarus had simply been sleeping in death.—John 11:11.
The account of Lazarus also teaches us that the resurrection is a reality, not a mere myth. Jesus raised Lazarus in front of a crowd of eyewitnesses. Even the religious leaders, who hated Jesus, did not deny this miracle. Rather, they said: “What are we to do, because this man [Jesus] performs many signs?” (John 11:47) Many people went to see the resurrected man. .
Is it unrealistic to accept the resurrection as a fact? No, for Jesus taught that someday “all those in the memorial tombs” will be resurrected. (John 5:28) Jehovah is the Creator of all life. Should it be hard to believe that he can re-create life? Of course, much would depend on Jehovah’s memory. Can he remember our dead loved ones? Countless trillions of stars fill the universe, yet God gives the name of each one! (Isaiah 40:26) So Jehovah God can remember our dead loved ones in every detail, and he is ready to restore them to life. So too Raymond will be resurrected to life as the Bible promises.
How, though, does Jehovah feel about resurrecting the dead? The Bible teaches that he is eager to raise the dead. The faithful man Job asked: “If an able-bodied man dies can he live again?” Job was speaking about waiting in the grave until the time came for God to remember him. He said to Jehovah: “You will call, and I myself shall answer you. For the work of your hands you will have a yearning.”—Job 14:13-15.
Aqmy D. Fleiss
This is a very sad day for my sister, Audrey. She lost her husband and best friend. The pain and loss are almost unimaginable. As family we are ALL here for you in your time of need. We wish you peace and love (always.) May Raymond finally have found that place where he is blissfully happy and content. Sending our love to Audrey, his family and friends...
Raymond was a man of few words & a big heart. You will be missed by many, Audrey your loving wife, Rose Mary your sister, Jeffery your UFC boxing watching buddy brother-in-law,
Robby your brother-in-law who enjoyed a good laugh with you and myself who enjoyed our conversations about The lord, more friends than I'm sure you ever knew you had. May you rest in peace with God!
Raymond, you are an awesome brother, a great friend, and a memory that will stay in my heart until we meet again in heaven. Me and Lauren are gratful for the time we shared togeather in this world and look forward to good times we will have in eternity. See you soon!
My love my life my best friend. There are no words only tears and emptiness .I am lost without you I will never love again. My heart is broken I miss u so much. Why was my love not enough. U made me always made me laughand smile even when I did not want to.I will miss. Forever and ever. Forever yours. Audrey your wife.
The best things I remember about Raymond involve my children. After work on Wednesday and everyday at lunch Raymond would come to my house. Levi would bypass my dad and Kelly to get to his uncle Raymond. Raymond would pick up Levi and they would play tether ball. After Levi's playtime, Raymond would go play with William. Both of my children adored him. Raymond, you were so loved and. your memory will love on forever in our hearts.
C Rosemary Juarez
Raymond I know you are in a place where you are surrounded by love. But it still hurts to know that I can't see you anymore. I will miss your smile and the way that you use to kid around with your nephews.
love you always
your sister Rosemary
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