Ray Desrosiers

Ray Desrosiers

Sunday, December 6th, 1953 - Friday, November 29th, 2019
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It is with great sadness that we announce that Clifford Raymond “RAY” Desrosiers passed away after a short illness at the Kingston Heart Sciences Center in Kingston Ontario on Friday, November 29th, 2019, just one week before his 66th birthday.

Ray was a familiar face at Seeway gas and was a 38 year employee at Walmart. His love of golf took him to a lot of places including seeing Tiger in Montreal and Brooke a number of times including the Canadian open this past summer with sister Penny and lifelong friend George Mather. He was honoured during the Keystorm Charity golf tournament this past summer as the last of the original competitors who had played every season since the tournament started.

Ray leaves his son Jason Desrosiers, brother Ron, sister Penny Cove (Steve), nieces Sarah Cove and Michelle Desrosiers, nephews Steve and Chris Cove and Micheal Desrosiers and grand daughters Savannah and Michaela Desrosiers. Ray was predeceased by parents George and Shirley (Kennedy) Desrosiers. Ray will be missed by long time friends Paul Bissonnette and George Mather as well as numerous acquaintances both at work and in the community.

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Posted at 07:55am
To the Desrosiers family.
Please accept my heartfelt condolences. May the love of family and memories of Ray, comfort you at this difficult time.
Sandi McKay Dixon

Marlene MacLean

Posted at 09:28pm
I had the pleasure to work with Ray for many years at Walmart. He always amazed me of how hard a worker he was not only at one job but at two! He would give you the shirt off his back if you needed one, and demonstrated this by helping me move once when I had no one else to help me. Rest In Peace Ray, you will be missed 😢
My condolences to the Family of this special man.

Sam Singh

Posted at 07:56pm
Sam Singh
I am saddened by sudden loss of Ray. He worked with me over 15 year at Seeway Gas .
He was very honest and hard worker. He will be dearly missed by me and many customers.
My thoughts and prayers are with his family.

Diana Hodgkinsoninson

Posted at 04:40pm
I spent 10 years with Ray in shipping and receiving at Wal-Mart Brockville. We shared may good and bad times. He was so patient and a good listener when I would talk about family and workload and the delemas of the world! Ray had a whit and sense of humor about him that is hard to find and I cherish my experiences with him. Rest gently sweet man you will be missed!!

Ellen O'Connell

Posted at 01:46pm
Such a sweet Man. Ray would give you the shirt off his back. Always had a twinkle in his eye. Enjoyed working with Ray, rest gently.

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