- 56 years old
- Date of birth: Dec 30, 1957
- Place of birth:
New York, New York, United States
- Date of passing: Jul 22, 2014
- Place of passing:
Evansville, Indiana, United States
|Let the memory of Ray be with us forever|
Ray Reyes was born on December 30, 1957 in New York, New York to parents Eliseo and Carmen (Santiago) Reyes.
Ray was proud to be a veteran of the US Army and the US Navy. At the time of his passing he worked for Metronet as the Manager of Video Operations.
He is survived by his mother Carmen (Bob) Colon and his children Steve, Aissa, Shannon, Taino, Liam, Patrick and Liliana as well as many grandchildren.
"To my Manager, Teacher and most important my Friend:
I miss you every day even though I know you are at peace in a better place. Words cannot explain how grateful I am that you were a part of my life. You were always there for me at work and outside of work when I needed you most. I will keep you in my mind and heart always. Until we meet again. God Bless"
"I thank God for the season of time he allowed us to get to get to know and work with Ray. Ray was a hard worker, went over and above to see that the job was done. He loved to talk about his military experiences and always said something that would make us laugh. He will be greatly missed."
"Since I've worked at Metronet, Ray had always been personable. if I had anything I needed assistance with, he was always willing to stop by and explain anything I had questioned. I will miss Ray very much and my thoughts and prayers go to all his family and friends
Everyone should have had the pleasure of talking with or meeting Ray"
"You will be missed Ray!! I only got to talk to Ray on the phone several times for trouble shooting purposes, as I am in a northern market. Ray was always nice to me and never hesitated to help me out. You left a big impact with this company about doing the job the right way. Prayers go to the Reyes family."
"Ray will be missed. Even though we didn't see each other often as we reported to different locations he always greeted me with a big smile and made it seem like we had been friends for a long time. May God bring comfort to Ray's family and friends."
"Ray was a tremendous co-worker and person. He was my neighbor in the office and as such I got the opportunity to know him well over the last couple of years. I will miss him both professionally and personally and I look forward to seeing him again someday."
"I only met Ray one time when I started at Metronet in April but what I have been told he was a great person and a friend to many. While we didn't really know each other, whenever I was in Evansville, Ray would always be smiling and always said hi to me. That always meant a lot to the new guy. God Bless Ray as he is now with our Lord. God Bless his family."
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