LOEW, Raymond A., Age 57 of Brunswick, Ohio, passed away unexpectedly on December 30, 2016. Parents Richard and Hilda (deceased). Survived by sister, Laura Gentilcore (Pat), brother Allen (Mary Ann), niece Erica Zoellner (Jeffrey) and cousin Carole Bialoskurski. Earned a B.S. degree in electrical engineering from University of Akron. Proud employee of Sierra Lobo providing engineering services to NASA Glenn Research Center. Long time member of Life Works in Middleburg Heights. Dedicated. Loyal. Ray loved God, the USA, Mom and apple pie (with LOTS of ice cream). You are missed already and will be remembered always.
FUNERAL MASS: FRI., JAN. 6, 10:00 AM AT ST. JOSEPH, STRONGSVILLE. Interment: Holy Cross Cemetery. VISITATION: THURS., JAN. 5 FROM 2-4 AND 6-8 AT THE ZABOR FUNERAL HOME, 5680 PEARL RD., PARMA (between Ridge & Snow). Donations may be made to the American Heart Association 1689 E 115th St. Cleveland, Ohio 44106
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Messages of Condolence
I’m so sorry for your recent losses .. Ray was a great guy. He and I worked together for the last 15 years and we would talk guns, politics and shake our heads about “Hillary” hahaha… his friendship will be greatly missed… God bless you and your family….
Laura, Pat and family, we are so sorry to hear about your brother’s passing. I did not have the pleasure meeting him but he sounds like such a fine man. We are sending positive energy, kind thoughts and prayers, to you and your family during this very difficult time.
Intelligent. Witty. Caring. Hard Working. I was privileged to know and share time with him. I’ll think of him often as we continue our efforts at Box Turtle Vineyard, where I first met him.
Intelligent. Witty. Caring. Hard working. I was blessed to know Ray and will think of him often as we continue our endeavor with Box Turtle Vineyard, where I first met him.
Laura, Pat and family, our hearts break for you. Sending much love, support and strength to you – now and always.
Ray was a great man. Very sad to hear of his passing. He was one of my first mentors at NASA, and he taught me a lot. I will always remember his witty sense of humor and his great work ethic. He will be missed by the NASA family. My prayers go out to his family. May God bless you and comfort you during this difficult time.