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Raymond N. Degrange

March 28, 2012

Raymond N.
Degrange

BLACKSTONE, MA- Raymond N. Degrange, 62, Formerly of Blackstone, MA., died unexpectedly on February 1, 2012, while living in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina,
He was the son of the late Albert & Anna (Susla) DeGrange.
Devoted father of Jason DeGrange and his wife Kerri of Granville, MA. and Steven DeGrange of Westfield, MA. Brother of Barbara Dunayeski of Blackstone, MA. Albert DeGrange and Dorothy DeGrange of Plainville, MA. Loving grandfather of Ava and Sam DeGrange. He was the brother of the late Carol Sims.. He also leaves numerous nieces and nephews.
Ray was born on December 23, 1949 and was a 1967 graduate of Blackstone High School. He attended Bryant College majoring in Management. Ray was a District Manager for York Steak House and in recent years was Manager of The Market Place in Bermuda. Before retiring in Myrtle Beach, Ray was a Sales Representative for Keebler. Ray was a very humble person and had a heart of gold. He was a lot of fun to be with and would want everyone to remember the happy times. Ray loved the ocean, motorcycles, movies and traveling to various tropical islands. Also, Ray had the opportunity to fly the Red Baron Plane.
Friends and family are kindly invited to attend the visiting time on Saturday March 31st from 9:30 to 10:00 A.M. at Saint Theresa's Parish, 630 Rathbun St. Blackstone, MA. Funeral Mass to immediately follow at 10:00 A.M. Interment at Saint Jean the Baptist Cemetery. Kubaskafuneralhome.com.

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