- 37 years old
- Date of birth: Feb 6, 1979
- Date of passing: Jun 29, 2016
|Let the memory of you be with us forever|
Forever In Our Hearts
Fill not your hearts with pain and sorrow,
but remember me in every tomorrow.
Although my leaving causes pain and grief,
my going has eased my hurt and given me relief.
So dry your eyes and remember me,
not as I am now but as I used to be.
I will remember you all and look on with a smile,
understand in your hearts I've only gone to rest a while.
As long as I have the love of each of you,
I can live my life in the hearts of all of you.
In great sadness and heartache,
Justin Robert Lee Raymond
February 6 1979 - June 29 2016
To Help the Family - www.gofundme.com/supportforkids
***The Family is putting together stories and events about Justin and his life and will update and post in the coming weeks, as well as adding more pictures....
"Happy Birthday Justin... Thinking of you today and how special today was 38 years ago.. The beginning of many years of amazing adventures with you !! You brought so much love, light and laughter into my world.. Many wonderful, fun memories to remember forever.. I am grateful for the time we had together and the four beautiful kids you have brought into my life.. Miss you always.. Love Mom..xoxo"
"Happy Birthday Justin!!"
"God gives us hope to see the ones we lost in death again.may this scripture give you all comfort in this time of lost.Death is just temporary (Acts 24:15)"and I have hope towards God ,which hope men also looked forward to,that there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous" may gods holy word continue to strengthen your faith in his promises. You can contact me or visit our website at www.jw.org.for many topics that explains when someone you love me dies."
"I am so sorry for your loss :("
"My biggest regret is that I never got to "know" him. I only knew him as Deb's son, Justin. He was so much more! I always felt that, but never got the opportunity to know it. My heart goes out to you, Deb and all of the rest of his family. Always know, he is always with all of you . Just take a moment to be in his presence. He's there, in a realm beyond ours....."
"So very sorry to hear of your loss. May the sorrow you feel at this time give way to the peace and comfort from God's promise that someday those lost in death will live again. Acts 24:15 says "And I have hope toward God . . . That there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteousness.""
". My deepest sympathy to his family Debbie, Brian ,Brandon , his four kids . Justin was a great person and friend , who will be remembered and missed by many . I will never forget his infectious laugh nor his ability to see the positive side of things , but most of all I will remember how proud he was and how much he loved his children .
May he rest in peace"
"To Debbie and family I send my love and prayers . You cannot truly alleviate the pain and grief when you have lost someone you love but they are never far away they walk beside you every day. Rest in peace Justin."
"Deb & Brian, What can one say at a time like this? Nothing to ease your pain. May memories of his good times mend the holes in your heart over time. Sending hugs through the ether,"
"Once in a lifetime a person come into your life that shines so bright and is so full of excitement and has a smile that can light up a room and I met that person. It was Justin. The energy and light he put out was only seen by a few. There were intense times but each time I seen him he lite up with a smile and gave hugs that felt like a big bear. He lived life to the fullest, experienced life to the fullest and loved everyone he knew to the fullest. He created and left to the world his 4 beautiful children. What a gift! I will remember him with love and with no sadness for he left this world a better place for him being in it. Love you lots Justin Robert Lee Raymond and will miss your shining eyes."
"I am so sorry Deb & family - I can't believe that I was just talking about the old Jaeger House with a friend and talked about the "kids" who worked there. Justin was a great kid when he worked there and always willing to do anything and always with a smile - something I always remember was that big toothy smile and bright eyes. I can't imagine your loss - I hadn't seen him in years but that picture sure brings back the memories. Rest in Peace Justin and know you are loved & missed."
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