Raymond Gradino Garzone

October 28, 1946 - October 21, 2023
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Raymond Gradino Garzone, Jr., 76, devoted husband of 56 years to Cecilia Garzone, passed away on October 20, 2023, after a short battle with cancer. Born in Jersey City, New Jersey, he was the son of the late Phyllis and Raymond Garzone, Sr. He made his mark as an entrepreneur in the embroidery design industry.Continue Reading

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Shirley Nagel/Jeanne-Marie Beaupre left a message on October 29, 2023:
We pray for the passing of Ray Garzone and for his grieving wife, Ceil, his lovely daughters, his beautiful family, and his many heart broken friends. Ray touched so many lonely people with his stories and his love; he entertained us with his immense creativity, his compassion, and his great sense of humor. All Souls Day is coming up next week; we pray for the passing of his spirit. Ray is one of God's Scribes now, keeping the Lambs Book of Life and writing wonderful stories to remember each of God's creations by. "Gone too soon, taken too fast like a gust of wind and a whisper... so long world and bye Ceil until we are all together again," says Ray. Love you, Ray... you are a special man unparalleled, a giant, one of God's best creations, and donned with HIS creative genius. You are gone; my heart is heavy. I wish I could hug you and thank you one more time for your gracious caring for my daughter and for your wonderful friendship that we all shared with you and through you. R.I.P. Ray.
Grace Grootenboer left a message on October 27, 2023:
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Grace Grootenboer left a message on October 27, 2023:
I am so very sorry for your loss. Mr. G was a magnanimous person and he will be truly missed. May he rest in eternal peace
Matt Hellkamp left a message on October 26, 2023:
Ray was a true blessing in the life of everyone whose path he crossed. I started calling him “The Mayor” shortly after meeting him. He made a point of meeting everyone, getting to know them, then introducing them to others in order to enhance the quality of the entire community we lived in. He understood that life wasn’t meant to be lived alone. His love and pride for his family was endless. He actually lived a life of “positive humanity “. He had an unspoken goal of enlarging his family at every turn. After meeting you, he and Ciel would quickly learn about you and invite you over for dinner. By the time you went home, your last name might as well have been Garzone. His door was always open, and the family always growing. The Garzone family love has positively influenced my marriage and my life. Thank you all. Especially Ciel, for sharing Ray with all of us. Ray truly knew how to “Love His Neighbor “. He was a great man, whose positive impact will grow exponentially on earth, as he receives his heavenly reward.
Christina Linsalata left a message on October 26, 2023:
Miss you Grandpa Ray ❤️Althea
Thomas McAfee Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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