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Ray S. Schmidt December 22, 1933 - January 1, 2021

Ray Stephen Schmidt, 87, of Anderson Township, passed away on January 1,2021. Beloved husband of Judith Schmidt (nee Fries) for 62 years. Cherished son of the late Raymond Schmidt and the late Josephine Schmidt (Yerger). Loving brother of the late Robert Schmidt. Devoted father of Brenda (Earl) Schmidt and Sharon (Richard) Seybold. Loving grandfather to Lindsey (Brody) Seybold, Nicole (Chad) Pelvit, Andrew (Carolina) Seybold and Will Bradley. Dear great-grandfather of 9. Ray was a proud veteran of the United States Army. He was also an avid hunter and birdwatching enthusiast. He was a loyal, hard-working pharmacist until his retirement. Due to COVID-19, services will be held for family only. Ray will be interred at Guardian Angels Cemetery with military honors. Online condolences can be sent to faresjradel.com.

Due to COVID-19, services will be held for family only. Ray will be interred at Guardian Angels Cemetery with military honors.

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    Rae Jean Reinhart says

    Our thoughts and prayer are with you all. I have very fond memories of your dad Sharon.

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    Colleen says

    Dear Aunt Judy, I’m so very sorry to hear of Uncle Ray’s passing. Even though we only saw you both a handful of times each year, I always looked forward to our time together. Sending hugs and love to you!
    Love,
    Colleen, Sam, Eli, and Ava Holton

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    Kate Coslett says

    What a wonderful man with a great big heart ❤️ Huge hugs to your entire family. I remember Easter Egg hunts as a little girl in Grandpa and Grandma’s back yard. Ray gave us hints and laughed!!! So many wonderful memories with your family. Love you guys.

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    Frank Dumont says

    God bless Ray and his wonderful family…

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    Terri & Ralph Theobald says

    Judy and family–so sorry to read in the paper about Ray’s passing. We think of you often and the fun times we had. Keeping you all in thought and prayer.

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    Terri Theobald says

    Judy and family–we were so sorry to read of Ray’s death in the paper. We think of you often and remember the fun times we had on Rosetree Ln. We are keeping you in thought & prayer.
    Terri & Ralph Theobald

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    Jan Bolubasz says

    Judy and family, I was so sad to see Ray’s obituary in the paper on Sunday. I have thought of you so often since March… It must have been awful not to be together for all those months. I always enjoyed our talks and visits on Thursdays at The Anderson when I volunteered. Sending love, hugs, and prayers to a special family.

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