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Raymond A. "Ray" Stiglich

Born: 1941     Died: 2012

Raymond A. Raymond Anthony “Ray” Stiglich. Age 71, of Palm Coast, FL., was a retired CSX Railroad employee and U.S. Army Veteran. Loving father of Christina Field and Scot Stiglich. Adoring grandfather of Amber (Jeremy Vernon), Brad and Jeff. Cherished brother of Meg (late John) Zornick-Mannaioni of Orland Park, IL, Dan Stiglich of Seattle, WA. and the late Jerry (Diane) Stiglich of Tinley Park, IL. Proud uncle of many nieces and nephews. He was also the cherished friend and former husband of Franny Waska. He was a devoted father, brother, uncle, grandfather and friend with a quick wit and loyalty to his family. Family and friends will gather for military honors at 12 Noon, Friday, October 26, 2012 Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery Elwood, IL. 708-614-9900 or www.bradygill.com

Visitation:

Time:
 12:00 am - 12:00 am
Location:
No visitation at the family's request.

Service:

Date:
October 26, 2012
Time:
Service 12 Noon
Location:
Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery

Final Disposition:

Type:
Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery
Location:
Elwood, IL

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Larry Kardasz 11-21-2014 11:20

Sorry to hear of Ray's passing. I visited with him in Palm Beach a few times after I retired. He was a good friend.

 
 
Chris Cataffa 11-10-2012 09:14

My sympathies to the family of Ray. Worked with him in Pittsburgh, he was a great co-worker.

 
 
Jim Ponigar 11-09-2012 19:34

To the family of Ray Stiglich, please accept my deepest sympathy. i had worked with Ray in Pittsburgh, a very funny Guy. Just learned of Ray's passing today.

 
 
J Herb Kerekesch 11-04-2012 06:31

Our condolences and blessings to Ray's family. He was a good man.
Herb & Linda

 
 
Candy Eckhardt 11-03-2012 13:55

So sorry to hear of Ray's passing. I worked with him at the NCSC in Pittsburgh. Wonderful guy. Sorry to the family for your loss.

 
 
Lee Ann Termin 11-02-2012 16:14

Dear family, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Ray. I worked with him in Pittsburgh, PA. He was fun to work with and a great golfer. He will be missed. May god be with you.

 
 
dale and connie king 11-01-2012 15:51

so sorry to hear about ray, he was a good
buddy and great railroader. just found out today...god bless his family

 
 
Betty OBrien-Egan 10-23-2012 20:40

So sorry to hear news about Ray. Many,many fond memories with Ray and Fran. My best to Scott and Christina as well as his Grandchildren.

 
 
Laura Egan Hefka 10-23-2012 18:54

I remember how Ray and my Dad would go fishing when I was a kid and they would come back all stinkin' of fish! Very sad for your loss.

 
 
Larry & Sharon Donfrio 10-23-2012 09:21

Sorry to hear of your loss. Ray was a fun loving man and will be truly missed.

 

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