Raymond Waeghe

Resided in Escanaba, MI
Died January 22, 2004

Raymond R. Waeghe, age 77, of 318 North 16th Street; Escanaba, died Wednesday afternoon, December 22nd, 2004, at the Christian Park Village in Escanaba where he was a patient for the previous three weeks.
Ray was born April 27th, 1927 in Gladstone, the son of August and Fannie (Anderson) Waeghe and was raised in Kipling.

He entered the Armed Forces with the US Navy in 1945 and was honorably discharged in 1946, and remained in the Navel Reserve until 1954. After Ray returned from the Navy, he married the former Jean M. Doutre on July 23rd, 1947 at St. Joseph Church in Escanaba and they have made their home in Escanaba. Ray and Jean have lived at their present location in Escanaba since 1963.

In his early working years, Ray was employed at Scott Dairy in Gladstone for a brief period of time. He subsequently began his long career with Pearson Supply Co. in Escanaba as boiler installer, sheet metal fabricator, and air-conditioning workman. Ray enjoyed his work and was well respected in his field. He retired at age 62. Ray Waeghe was a member of St. Thomas the Apostle Church in Escanaba and a former member of the Gladstone American Legion August Mattson Post # 71.


0 Tributes for “Raymond Waeghe

    Our deepest sympathy to Jean and her family on the loss of Ray. We are sorry we can’t be with you at this time, but we are at Beth’s for the holidays.
    Bill and Joyce Waeghe
    To the Waeghe children,

    I would like to extend my condolences to all of you at this time. It is a very stressful time with the loss of your father. Please know that I’ll be thinking about you all during this time.

    Andrea Sullivan
    Escanaba, MI

    My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this deep loss in your family. Cherish the memories we have been given, it doesn’t make the pain go away but it helps. My heart aches with you all, especially Barb and Wayne.

    Patty Waeghe
    Ford River, MI

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