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Raymond Bush

In Loving Memory

Bush, Raymond J.

June 25, 1931 - March 28, 2024

 

Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Thursday March 28, 2024.

Beloved husband of Sharon Bush (nee Boman); loving father of Raymond (Kim) Bush, Jr., Christine (Mark) Clauss, Katherine (Shawn) Cordon, James (Angel) Bush, Scott (Nancy) Trail, Doug (Sandy) Trail and Barbara (Craig) Lenhardt-Dexter and the late Sheri Trail; dear grandfather of Jeremy, Jesse, Jordan, Rebecca, Daniel, Blake, Kylie, Andrea, Emily, Cory, Lexi, Brett, Dean, Lucas, Katie, Joshua, Stephanie and Jacob; dear great grandfather of 13; dear brother of the late William, Donald and Robert Bush; dear brother-in-law of Barbara and John Richmond, Joe and the late Ellen Kvaternik and the late Margaret Alberici; dear uncle, cousin and friend.

Ray was a star athlete playing soccer for Our Lady of Sorrows and at CBC Military High School.  He held the Missouri state pole vaulting record for decades and was an avid golfer with 3 holes-in-one.
He loved spending time with the kids, coaching their teams and taking them on “sales calls” that the kids called “vacations”. He was a successful entrepreneur, a loving and devoted husband and father, and a friend to so many.

Services; Funeral from KUTIS AFFTON Chapel 10151 Gravois, Wednesday April 3 9:15 AM to Queen of All Saints Catholic Church for 10:00 AM mass. Interment Sunset Cemetery. Memorials to St. Louis Children’s Hospital or masses to Queen of All Saints church, preferred.  Visitation Tuesday 4:00-8:00 PM.

 

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5 thoughts on “Bush, Raymond J.”

  1. We are great friends or Ray and Sharon and loved spending time with them. We loved hearing Ray’s golf and fishing stories and always competed for the last piece of bread when we dined together. He is irreplaceable and we will never forget him. We send our sincere wishes to his family and many, many grand- and great-grand children, whose names we could never remember!

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  2. I came to know Ray playing golf with him the past several years on Tuesday mornings. He consistently hit the ball down the middle of the fairway and was a great putter Ray’s character stood out to me. He was humble, gracious and always had a kind word.

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  3. Barb,
    I am so sorry to hear of the passing of you Dad. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. I pray for strength and peace for you all, during this very difficult time.

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  4. I worked with Ray at Lincoln Engineering Company many many years ago. He was nice and fun to be with. I pray for strength for his family in this difficult time.

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  5. I can hear him saying, “While you’re up, grab me a…” (even if you were NOT up!). His smile out shone all other smiles around. He will be missed here on earth, but Heaven has gained quite and Angel!

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