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Ray Charters

Ray Charters

Monday, June 30th, 1947 - Friday, September 27th, 2019
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Obituary

Ray Charters 1947-2019

With sadness, the family of Ray Mervin Charters formerly of Harriston, wishes to announce his passing at Strathcona LTC, Mount Forest on Saturday, September 27, 2019 at the age of 72.

Ray was predeceased by his parents Ken and Evelyn (Lytle) Charters of Harriston.

He is remembered by his sister and brother-in-law, Merla and Ron Lawruk of Carleton Place, by his nieces, nephew and spouses, Dinah Robinson and Chris Brackett of Ottawa, Amy Robinson and Mark Jeffrey of Vancouver, Wesley Robinson and Karol Peters of Port Coquitlam, great-nephew Davis Jeffrey, and great-niece Taylor Peters.

The family appreciates the care given to Ray at Long Term Care homes for the past few years.

Private family arrangements have been entrusted to the Hardy-Lee Funeral Home, Harriston.

Interment in Harriston Cemetery.

Donations to your local Food Bank would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy.

On-line condolences at www.hardyleefuneralhome.com
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    Location
    Harriston Cemetery
    Address
    HARRISTON, ON
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James Charters

Posted at 12:17pm
James & Brenda Charters (Les Charters)

I remember Ray as happy friendly guy who liked his nice cars. Still remember when he took me for ride in his red 67 camaro. My condolences to the family and hope they have as many good memories of Ray.
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Daphne

Posted at 10:50pm
I will miss Ray very much but will fondly remember him for his kind and gentle nature, friendly greetings, jokes and enjoyable conversation.
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Nancy Roorda

Posted at 12:03pm
With many fond memories of Ray and his loving parents we offer our condolencs to Meral and Ron and your family.
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Barbara Burrows

Posted at 11:24am
We remember Ray as being very kind to my mother when he lived in Harriston. He always greeted us with a joke - sometimes a little off-colour. He was a very unique man. Our sympathy to the family.
Bob & Barb Burrows
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David Richmond

Posted at 09:18am
So sorry to rays family . I got to know ray well over the last 2 years . My dad is in the nursing home also , and i visit about 3 times a week and got to talk to ray often . He always had a joked and would ask about the farm . I know he really enjoyed when his niece would call . he would tell me all about it and be smiling with pride . I will really miss ray . My deepest sympathy , David Richmond
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