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Raymond Edward White, 68, handed away on April 19, 2020 at 12:40 AM at Jewish Hospital in Louisville, KY. Ray was born on September 10, 1951 to Walter and Marilyn White in Greensburg, IN. He spent his whole life in Greensburg, rising up together with his two siblings, Willa (Omer) Cornn, and Carl (Kathy Lowery) White. The household spent a lot of their time at Bible Baptist Church in Greensburg.
He graduated from Greensburg Excessive College in 1972. After highschool, he labored at American Manufacturing, Delta Faucet, Cummins and he retired from MLKS Ball Bearings in 2015. He married Joyce Brandenburg on Sept. 18, 1993, and she or he survives. Ray and Joyce loved vacationing usually. It was common for them to journey a number of instances a yr. His travels usually included lengthy bike journeys. It was uncommon for anybody who knew Ray effectively, to not have taken a experience on his bike, accompanied him on a visit, or not less than have heard a narrative about one among his bikes. When he wasn’t touring or spending time together with his household, he may very well be discovered spoiling his canine, Ginger and Bo.
He beloved his household fiercely and loved spending time with them. Ray was identified for telling tales to his household and will usually be discovered bragging on his kids and grandchildren. Kids embrace, Joe (Amanda) White, and Angie (Dave) Schwering. Moreover, he raised his step-granddaughter, Christina (Kris) Bratton, as if she have been his personal baby. Step kids are Invoice Smith, and Kelly (Steve) Esters. Grandchildren embrace, Trevin and Reagan White and Thomas, Ryan, Max and Kate Schwering. He additionally had seven step-grandchildren and three step-great-grandchildren, Leeanne, Evelaina, and Maddox, who he adored. Different survivors embrace six nephews, and brother-in-law Donnie (Vicky) Brandenburg. Ray was preceded in loss of life by his father, Walter White, In-laws, Hobert and Francis Brandenburg, grandson, Samuel Ray Schwering and favourite canine, Tater.
A non-public graveside service might be held for the household on the Decrease Union Presbyterian Cemetery. Memorial contributions could also be made to the Decatur County Memorial Hospital Basis. Ray was an organ donation recipient and the household encourages others to contemplate organ donation in his reminiscence. On-line condolences could also be made to the household at www.gilliland-howe.com.
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