Condolence & Memory Journal

To all of the Loiselle siblings,
My sincere condolences on the passing of your brother, Ray. I got to know him while caring for your mother,Pauline.She was so happy to have him come to visit at Rita and Ron's home. He was always cheerful and willing to help in any way. I know he will be sorely missed.

Posted by Denise O'Connor - Hooksett, NH - Family Friend   March 15, 2020

My condolences to Rita, Terry and their siblings as well as Raymond's immediate and extended family.
Gerry Therrien

Posted by Gerry Therrien - manchester, NH   March 11, 2020

I played 4 years of football with Ray and saw him at the 50th reunion. I remember him coming back to the huddle during the Memorial game covered in snow, he commented I guess they were trying to whitewash me. We broke out with laughter. May he rest in peace.

Posted by Jack St. Hilaire - Prescott Valley, AZ   March 10, 2020

I lost contact with Ray after he left Texas. So I am very glad that a mutual friend posted his obituary on Facebook. I got to know Ray very well. He and I (along with 3 or 4 other guys) met every Tuesday morning before school for six years to have a Bible study/accountability group. I am convinced that Ray was born again and knew Jesus as Lord and Savior. Ray was a good friend to me, always ready to help in any way that he could. We had a good relationship while he was at Mart and an closer one when he began teaching at the Methodist Boys Ranch. I pray that Ray's last years were good ones in every way. I have missed him a great deal. I am sorry that I lost contact with him after he left Texas. May God bless his family.

Posted by Steve Ellison - Mena, AR - Friend   March 07, 2020

Ray.... we spent 4 great years together at Bishop Bradley, both as classmates and teammates and then we spent another 3 years doing the same thing at Ohio Northern U. Even though we went our separate ways after graduation.... our feelings towards each other stayed with us. Thanks for the great memories. You will always be a part of my growing up years.
I would also like to thank Ray's family. Ever since I can remember, Ray's Mom and brothers & sisters always excepted me as part of their family.
Thank you old #11 (The Mizer) and we will see each other again.

Posted by Paul & Nancy Lavigne - Meredith, NH - Classmate   March 07, 2020

My sincere condoleances to the entire family. You are a closeknit and loving family, you will find reciprocal strength amongst you. May the happy memories you shared help to comfort you and bring a smile to your lips despite your pain.

Posted by lois clouthier - montréal   March 07, 2020

Gone but nevre forgotten. Ray you will be missed. Tricia so very sorry for your loss. I am here for you. sending Love and hugs.

Posted by Barbara Bona - Franklin, NH - Friend   March 06, 2020

I am sure when you died, Ray, that Jesus was waiting for you as He greeted you. Now I see you tossing the football around with Jesus, and I hear you laughing and enjoying your new life in Heaven. Thank you for the sweet memories of when we were young. Privileged to have been Trisha, your first love and so happy your last love was another Tricia. She was so good to you and for you. I am grateful for that when you told me you hoped I was as happy as you were. You will forever be that sweet 18 year old American boy from NH, who loved a Canadian girl... Trisha White Pickrem

Posted by Patricia Pickrem - Halifax, NS /Canada - Family Friend   March 06, 2020

I only knew Ray for a short time through Tricia and could see he enjoyed everything about his life and love. He will be missed but he is at rest now.

Posted by Liz (and Phil) O'Neill - Jacksonville, NC - Friend   March 06, 2020

Our thoughts and prayers for the Loiselle family especially our neighbors Becky and John Plichta

Posted by Ray and Diane Dore - Friend   March 06, 2020