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In loving memory of
Dora Lee Raymaley
  • September 03, 1931
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  • October 18, 2017

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Life Celebration for Dora Lee Raymaley, Sugar Mill, New Smyrna Beach who passed away peacefully Tuesday, October 18, 2017 will be 3:00 PM Sunday, October 22 at Glencoe Baptist Church. Dora Lee was born in Jeannette, Pennsylvania. She loved to work with her family who owned and operated LCR, Inc Landfill and Raymaley Hauling Company in Pennsylvania and Raymaley Realty in New Smyrna Beach for over 30 years. She was a member of Sugar Mill Country Club for over 30 years. Her family remembers her as a hard worker, strong minded and a keen sense of humor. She loved her family and always wanted them close to her. Her interests included chocolate, music, TV, golf and Helping people. She leaves to cherish her memory her children, Shelley Iorio, Karen and Duane Decker, Lissa Raymaley and Mike Smith, Lelend Chalmers Raymaley, III, 13 grandchildren Kerry, Amanda, Jeremy, Chalmers, Samantha, Jordon, Joel, Jonah, Leland, Sarah, Chris, Cameron, Casey, and 15 great grandchildren. The family would like to express their gratitude to Kindred Hospice for their care and attention.

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  1. Janet squires says:
    23 Oct 2017
    So sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful lady, I know she will be missed in many way. I know I will miss her and our little chats we used to have when ever I was up there. Again I’m so sorry and I know she is not suffering any more.

  2. Harry R Blank says:
    23 Oct 2017
    Dear Lissa, Karen, Shelly and Chip.
    I am deeply saddened at the loss of your Mom. For as long as I’ve known, there was always Uncle Chal, and Aunt Dora Lee. I spent many happy Days at your place. The memories are truly numerous. Each time I went to your place to hang out with Chip, Aunt Dora Lee always made me feel welcome, and at home. Her smile and laugh were contagious. I remember very well going to many Raymaley reunions at Uncle Chal, and Aunt Dora Lee’s house. I usually tried desperately to hang out for a small vacation after everyone went home.
    When I was a bit older, Chip and I went to the Office for some reason. Aunt Dora Lee was fixed on a Multi-Digit Calculator, while she jockeyed at least two phone calls. It was then that I realized what a great Business person she was. In December 1988, my father passed away. I was basically an emotional wash. It was Aunt Dora Lee along with Uncle Chal, who spoke to me at great length. It was a very welcome conversation and I’ll forever be grateful to them. A year after, I called them in Florida and thanked them again for their kind words, and encouragement. They were grateful I called. With each time we spoke they ended the conversation with “we love you”. I’ll not forget that either.
    I’ve always thought of my relatives as Immortal. They will always be here. Even if I didn’t see them. It hits home now and then, that someone like Aunt Dora Lee is no longer with us. Sad, but my faith teaches me that she resides in Heaven, and we will see her again.
    God Bless you all, and I love you all.
    Harry R Blank

  3. Theresa Daniels says:
    20 Oct 2017
    Sending Love and Prayers to Lissa, Chip, Shelley, Karen and all the Raymaley Family. Dora Lee was very good to me and she will always have a special place in my heart. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her.
    Love, Theresa (Komoroski) Daniels

  4. Theresa Daniels lit a candle:
    20 Oct 2017
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