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Raymond D Brod
  • February 01, 1926
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  • September 28, 2011

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Raymond D Brod, 85 Deltona, FL died Wednesday, September 28, 2011. He was born in Flushing, NY and came to this area in 1987. Raymond served our nation in the Merchant Marines during WW II in both the Atlantic and Pacific Theaters of operations.Ray sailed around the world three times and crossed the equator 18 times.  He owned and operated chicken farms for many years before retiring. He held memberships in the Masonic Lodge, Demolay, Order of eastern Star and Shriners. Raymond was a member of the Legion of Honor Demolay. He leaves to cherish his memory daughters Vickie Brod and Mary Lou Shumway, five grandchildren and one great grandchlld. He was preceded in death by his loving wife of 61 years, three months and four days, Vickie.  

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  1. 19 May 2012
    Fabricio says:
    The edge is still sort of there, but the single biseggt thing that's missing is a rapport with the readership. I got used to Arrington's occasionally abrasive style and regularly looked forward to Paul Carr's articles as crass as he was about, well, *everything*. The reason I looked forward to these articles has less to do with the content than it did with my familiarity with the author, knowing what to expect in their writing style / opinions, and a general sense of getting to know them . Now, with what seems like every single AOL employee having author permissions on the blog, I'm not inclined to allow an author the privilege of sharing their opinion with me if I don't know who the fuck you are.That's whats missing, IMHO, and I read TC a LOT less these days because of it.

  2. 01 Oct 2011
    Pat says:
    Dear Family, My thoughts and prayers go out to your family during this very difficult time. Jesus Christ will soon take away our last enemy, which is death, and soon we will be able to welcome our loved ones back when he resurrects ones to perfection for life everlasting. May you continue to draw comfort from the "God of all comfort" (2 Corinthians 1:3).

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