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Raymond R. Lindley
  • June 18, 1945
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  • December 16, 2008

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Raymond Ross Lindley passed away on December 16, 2008, surrounded by his family.  He was born on June 18, 1945 in Toronto, Canada and moved to this area in 1962.  He was the owner of Aladdin Paper and Janitorial Supply and in his spare time he enjoyed shooting pool and playing golf.  He also spent many hours with his fellow musicians playing guitar and singing country music. He is survived by his wife of 32 years, Eileen, his son James Lindley and his daughter, Connie Miller of Ormond Beach, Florida. Ray was passionate and loving man who fought his horrible disease with all the dignity and inner strength he could muster.  We will all miss him very much. His friends are invited to join the family in a celebration of his life from 2 to 4 pm on Saturday, December 20, 2008 at the Lindley residence in Port Orange, Florida. Cremation

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  1. 21 Dec 2008
    meg werner says:
    I WILL MISS RAY HE WAS A NICE MAN AND I ENJOYED PLAYING MUSIC WITH HIM I WILL PRAY FOR THE FAMILY AND EILEEN LOVE MEG

  2. 21 Dec 2008
    ROBERT BOOKMAN says:
    I LOVE PLAYING MUSIC WITH RAY .I WILL MISS HIM .I KNOW EVERYTIME I SING "OLD COUNTRY CHURCH I WILL THINK OF HIM ,RAY LOVED THE SONG COWBOY BOB

  3. 20 Dec 2008
    tony keane says:
    So sorry for your loss.Ray,was one of the best.May he rest in peace.Tony Keane and family

  4. 19 Dec 2008
    Tommy and Terry Campbell says:
    In the short time that we knew Ray, he brought much joy and inspiration into our lives. His support and encouragement of Tommy's piano playing resulted in many new avenues opening up for us in the field of country music. He was one of the most loving, skilled and enjoyable musicians we have ever met.
    We also grew to love both he and Eileen and that love was returned many times over. We're so happy that we could take that one last road trip together to Branson, MO in October, before Ray became too sick to travel. He showed us all the courage and dignity that we can only hope we will possess when our time comes to go home to the Lord. We just know that you're playing "Downeast Boy" and "Daddy was an old time preacher man" up there with Bob Hartman right now. Save a spot for that big ol' piano of mine when I join you.

    GODSPEED, FRIEND

  5. 19 Dec 2008
    Carole Paino says:
    Ray was introduced to me by my former co-worker (one of my best friends and his wife, Eileen) in 1992. I always admired his fun-loving ways, his ability to make you laugh, his willingness to help anyone at anytime and his fabulous guitar playing/singing. Boy, will I miss his "stories" . To put it simply, he was a "good man" who will be missed by many people. As I was accepted as part of their "family" in both happy and not so happy times, I will always consider "RAINMAN" as one of my most memorable people. He fought hard for years to stay with us a little longer, which we are all grateful for, but now it is time to... REST IN PEACE, MY FRIEND!!

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