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Raymond "Ray" L. Willig
August 8, 1935 - August 22, 2007



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By: Dwain & Terry Read Sep 2, 2007
Ray Willig was one of the finest men that I have ever known. To Renee & Randy, I apologize that I didn't learn of this until it was too late to attend the service. The irony is that just one week ago I came across a note with Ray's phone # & I was going to call him & I hadn't yet. I am deeply sorry that I didn't take the time to call. But I didn't know that he was in the hospital either. Renee & Randy, your Dad was not only one of the best friends that I have ever had but he was a man of honor, integrity, commitment, and the list could go on and on. I regret living such a busy life that we lost touch with Ray & Patsy Willig to come to this moment when it is too late to tell folks how much they mean to you. May God bless you, Renee, Randy & Patsy.
By: Terri Quertermous Aug 27, 2007
Dear Renee and Randy
I have been a friend of your families for a very long time now and the #1 thing that I can say that is true, Ray loved the both of you very, very much ! What I saw as a outsider looking in is the Daddy that every family should have and a husband that every wife should have. He was always there every time that one of you needed him and what I saw was two kid's that needed him very much and will continue to need him as long as they both live here on earth.

Don't worry Renee & Randy you will see your Daddy again , waiting for you in heaven, waiting to hold your hand and welcome you home where you belong.
By: Kathleen Conter Aug 25, 2007
Working with Ray over the last 11 years has been a real treat. He could always make the day better just by talking with him. I think I could have asked Ray for just about any favor in the world & he would have done it. All of us at Regency will miss him dearly. If there wasn't before, there will now be some mischief going on in Heaven!

My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.
By: Robert Castranova Aug 25, 2007
Mrs. Willig, Randy and Renee,
I'll never forget the great times we shared on Lake Conroe in Ray's boat or flying in the airplanes. Those are some of my best childhood memories that I will never forget. What a great role model.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
By: andy walker Aug 25, 2007
RAY WILLIG WAS ONE OF THE BEST PEOPLE I HAVE EVER KNOWN. HIS LOYALITY AS A FRIEND WERE UNQUESTIONABLE. I WISH I HAD THE WORDS TO EXPRESS HOW I FEEL ABOUT RAY BUT WEBSTER CAN'T DO IT. I MISS HIM GREATLY AND DON'T KNOW HOW TO FEEL THE VOID HE HAS LEFT EXCEPT TO TRY AND BE AS MUCH LIKE HIM AS I CAN. GOD BLESS RAY WILLIG AND GOD BLESS HIS FAMILY.
By: Dewey/Bittle family Aug 25, 2007
Patsy, Renee, Randy and families~

The world is a little bit poorer today. A very precious soul has been set free to heaven. There is great joy and happiness at the gates as Uncle Ray enters his heavenly home. We are sad, only because we are the ones left behind. He can now watch over us, every time we see a beautiful sunset or enjoy a starry sky we can think of Uncle Ray. He was the greatest! Being with him was always fun. He was such a great sport, whether he was beating your socks off and getting wooped. We are all deeply sad, and already missing him greatly! We'll miss ya Bucket-butt!!
By: Anita Dewey Aug 25, 2007
Patsy, Renee, Randy and families,

My baby brother was truly a joy. From the time he was little, he lit up my life with his smile and good humor. He was kind, good and wonderful and full of good humor and love for those around him. Heaven is truly a better place today, I know. I will miss him more than words can ever say. We will all feel the huge void his leaving this earth leaves in our hearts.
Much love and sympathy to all of you at this time,
Aunt Nita
By: Mickey Pavuk Aug 25, 2007
Mrs Willig, Randy, and Family,
I am saddened to hear the news of Mr Willig's passing and I know how difficult it is, having lost my dad this year as well. I remember well (back in the 70s as a kid) Mr Willig spending time with his family, taking them out on the boat on the lake, and always unselfishly allowing me to tag along. He treated me as one of his own. He always made sure Randy and I got good and waterlogged-never to leave the lake until we had had our fill. I will continue to keep these fond memories of Mr Willig with me.
My prayers and deepest sympathy go out to you all.

John 14:1-3
1 Do not let your hearts be troubled. Trust in God; trust also in me. 2 In my Father's house are many rooms; if it were not so, I would have told you. I am going there to prepare a place for you. 3 And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come back and take you to be with me that you also may be where I am.
By: Eugene and Lou Aug 24, 2007
To Aunt Patsy, Renee and family, Randy and family,

Our favorite Uncle Ray will be deeply missed by all of us.
We have always had the greatest of times with him and his sense of humor. His love of life made all lives he touched better for having known- him. He could always brighten a person's day and we just want to let you know you have our deepest and most sincere sympathy. We love all of you and wish you comfort in your time of need.

May the loving arms of friends and family lift you up in this time of sorrow. Wishing we were there with you.
By: Charon Marshall Aug 24, 2007
Ray will be greatly missed by all. I can not ever recall a time that he didnt have a smile and hug when he came into the dealership. My prayers and thoughts are with his family and friends. May God hold ya'll close to his heart at your time of need.
By: Stan & Millie Dorsett Aug 24, 2007
Ray, was a good friend, and we will miss him.
By: Rodney and Candi Paiz Aug 24, 2007
Patsy, Randy and families - Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. We pray God's mercy, grace and peace upon your family.

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