raymondlacroix
GREECE: Saturday, March 31, 2007 at age 88. Predeceased by his grand-daughter, Jacqueline LaCroix. He is survived by his loving wife, Irene LaCroix; children, Donald (Nadine) LaCroix & Marianne (Kenneth) Liddle; grandchildren, Laurie Crane, Deborah Quattrone, Susan (Mark) Russell, Michele (Mark) Rueckwald, Bryan Liddle & Karen (George) Wikander; great-grandchildren, Michael, Thomas, Kristen & Jaclyn Crane, Jennifer Sweeting, Joseph & Savannah Russell, Mitchell Rueckwald; several nieces, nephews & cousins; many friends. Raymond is an U.S. Army Combat Veteran of World War II. Friends may call Tuesday, 2-4 & 6-8 P.M. at the Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, 1075 Long Pond Road. His Funeral Mass will be celebrated, Wednesday 11 A.M. at St. Charles Borromeo Church, 3003 Dewey Avenue. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Friends wishing may make contributions to Visiting Nurse Hospice & Palliative Care, c/o Visiting Nurse Foundation 2180 Empire Blvd., Webster, NY 14580 in his memory.

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  1. Dearest Marianne, Kenny, and all your beloved family. Daddy is in Heaven with all the angels and saints. He was a wonderful, kind and gentle man. His life will live on in all of you. May God give you strength to get thru the hard and lonesome times, and never be afraid to talk to him, he is watching over all of you. God Bless. Mary Anne Gebo

  2. I’m so sorry to hear of Uncle Ray’s passing, I wish I had more time to get to know him. He is with the angels now.

  3. Irene and Marianne, You know we love you so very much. Our Dads were the bestest friends and I have comfort knowing they are together exchanging car and war stories with Jesus in Heaven.
    You have been family to me for a long long time and have given me and my children comfort and love when I had no one. I will be forever greatful to have you all in my life for so long (56 yrs. or more) My love and prayers are with you all now and forever. I wish I could be there to give you all a big hug. Love Joanie

  4. Irene and Marianne. Please know you are loved and we miss Ray alredy. The ‘buddies’ are together again. We love you all so much. Wish we could be with you today. Know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Love Joanie and family

  5. Irene, Marianne and Don
    We are grieving over the loss of your husband and Dad. Our families became close friends when my Dad and Ray met and served in World War !!. I remember all the fun vacations we spent with your family. It was your inspiration that encouraged Joe and I to take the big step and move to Rochester. We appreciated all of your help as we became Rochesterians. Memories can’t be taken away and we will cherish our memories with all of you. Our prayers are with your families. May God help you through this loss of your loved one.

  6. May God Bless all of you during this time. We are privileged to have known you and to have been friends for so long, starting with a friendship that began with my dad and Ray during WWII. It is truely a miracle that our families then met so many years ago after the war, and became such good friends, and no matter the distance and time between our visits, we were close in heart and mind. Our trips to the World Fair and Canada were treasured as well as the many weekends visiting each other, especially when we were younger. We will keep Ray in our hearts and prayers, and all his family as well. We love all of you.

  7. My thoughts and prayers are with the LaCroix family. Ray was very good to me whenever I was at his home he always wanted to know what I needed. He took the time out to paint my bike, fix my truck over and over and was always concerned about how things were going.
    I’m so glad I had the opportunity to know him.

  8. Though I didn’t know Ray for nearly long enough, there were things I knew about him even before we met.
    He was a man who worked an honest day, cut a break when his heart moved him to do so, and never had his hand out. His work spoke for itself. He grew beautiful flowers and vegetables and now his family and friends will forever be reminded of him when they see gladiolas, roses and tomatoes. He spent a lifetime with the woman he married when he was 20 years old. His friends loved him. The men in his life looked up to him. His family respected him. The women in his life depended upon him without disappointment.
    All the hallmarks of an extraordinary life. I am sure he will be missed, but forever reflected in the lives of those he touched.
    I’m so glad I had the opportunity to know him.

  9. to the Lacroix family my thoughts and prayers are with each and everyone of you as loosing someone so wonderful is going to take lots of them to help you though the days ahead. Grandpa Lacroix will alway have a special place in my heart as he and your whole family have been like a second family too me and my family.lwe love you all
    love Heidi ,Nick,Marissa and Andrew

  10. Uncle Ray will be missed by so many people, he touched so many lives and will never be forgotten. He is now in heaven with the other family members.
    When you plant your gardens do it in his memory. We love you Uncle ray!

  11. Words can’t say all that my Great Grandfather means to me. He was an inspiration to all and the best role model I could have ever asked for. He has taught me everything I know about life, hard work, respect, family, love, and devotion. I will miss our long conversations and working out in the garage together the most. My heart and love goes out to all my family and friends who were blessed enough to have known and loved this man, one of God’s best gifts to this world. I know he will be with us wherever we go. I love you Grandpa, you will never be forgotten. You are and always will be my Hero.

    Love Your Great Grandson,
    Michael

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