Ray was a good man who lived a long and healthy life. He recently returned home from a European holiday to celebrate his 93rd birthday in his garden surrounded by loved ones.
Although a man of few words, Ray has left his unspoken wisdom within all of us.
He is survived by his children; Patricia, Bugsy (Denise), Janice, Elsa (Laurie) and Bob (Silvana) McLean, grandchildren; Jesse, Devon, Tabitha and Monica, and great-grandchildren Kae and Jayda.
Loved and missed by many, we wish him well on his next flight through the Heavens.
You are invited to leave a personal message of condolence at the family’s online register at www.myalternatives.ca
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