Funeral Tribute

Raymon Gregory Day


Β ~Β 


In loving memory of Raymon Gregory Day who sadly passed away on 21st July 2018
DAY Raymon Gregory “Ray”
Originally from Echuca and late of Stanthorpe and most of the mining fields around Australia.
Ray has taken his prospecting hammer and gone off to find the mother lode.
Ray passed away in “The Prince Charles Hospital” on Saturday 21st July 2018 at the tender age of just 86 years.
Ray has now re-joined the love of his life and soul mate Stella who passed before him.
Ray will be sadly missed by his loving children Kenneth (Ken) Cynthia (Cindy) and their partners. Ray or “Pop” as he was better known will also be deeply missed by his adoring grandchildren Shea, Jessica, Thalia, Jarrod, Cannon, and great grandchildren Tyler, Kobe each of whom will have special memories of their Pop and the constant teasing and tickles mixed in with loving and thoughtful advice.
At this time Ray’s family would like to thank the Doctors, Nurses and Support staff of The Prince Charles Hospital for the care and attention that they so freely gave to Ray and his family that made Ray’s final days as comfortable and peaceful as possible.
Ray’s family and friends are respectfully invited to attend his celebration of life service that will be held in the Lakeview Chapel of the Albany Creek Memorial Park Crematorium. 400 Albany Creel Road Bridgeman Downs on Tuesday 31st July 2018. Ray’s service will commence at 11:00 Am


Albany Creel Memorial Park (Lakeview Chapel)


Tuesday 31st July 2018


11:00 am


400 Albany Creek Road Bridgeman Downs

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