Condolence: Dear Sue and family, we were all saddened to hear of Rays passing. The Alexander family has always had a special place in our hearts and we cherish the memories we had with them.
Please accept our deepest sympathy and know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Condolence: Dear Sue, David, and Lisa,
My thoughts are with you in this heart breaking time, but it is nearly impossible to think of Mr. Ray without a smile on my face. He had a true gift for bringing joy and laughter to everyone around him. Just think of all the stories and jokes he will have saved up when we see him again!
Sending love and hugs your way,
Condolence: Dear Sue and Family
I was very sad when I read of Ray's passing. I met Mike Stortz out biking about a year ago and he told me that Ray was having problems. I only met Ray once or twice long ago at our Willson Road Reunions but I have always remembered his great sense of humour. I can't believe how quickly the time has passed since the Willson Road days. It was a great place to grow up. I am sorry that under current circumstances, Wendy and I cannot pass along our condolences in person. We hope that the memories of the many, happy times that you enjoyed together will give you strength.
Condolence: Dear Sue, condolences to you and family, you and Ray always carried a bright light when you walked into a room, smiles, happy and positive! The love you carried for eachother shined!Kris (at Dr. Davis)
Condolence: Dear Sue
You will be in my thoughts during this most difficult time. I remember how you voice would change ever so slightly when you spoke of Ray. It was obvious how much you loved each other. I hope memories will comfort you now and in the future.
Condolence: Dear Susan, Although it's been a hundred years since WHVS, I remember you with a smile on my face. I've kept up with your life, from time to time through Bonnie. Please accept my sincere condolences on the loss of your dear husband. From Bonnie, I learned that Ray was a wonderful man and a dearly loved husband. I hope that your mind will be filled with beautiful memories of your life together and that you will find comfort in knowing that his suffering is over. In Judaism, we say "May his memory be for a blessing" and judging by the words of your loved ones and friends, you will surely be blessed now and always. I wish you great strength. Fondly, Frances