Let the memory of Raymond be with us forever
  • 55 years old
  • Born on February 23, 1958 .
  • Passed away on July 14, 2013 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Raymond Bartz 55 years old , born on February 23, 1958 and passed away on July 14, 2013. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Debbie Schneider on February 23, 2019
Happy birthday Ray. I am thinking of u. I remember celebrating our birthdays together going out for dinner and then watching movies. Have a grand party.
Posted by Debbie Zempel on July 14, 2018
Thinking of you still, specially today. 5 years still doesn’t seem true. Know you’re watching over your Family. Ride Free Ray
Posted by Debbie Zempel on February 23, 2018
Happy 60th Birthday Ray! Thinking of you on your Special Day. God Bless You ❤️
Posted by Debbie Zempel on July 14, 2016
Gone 3 years to long. Thought about and missed. Hope you're having the ride of your life Ray!
Posted by Debbie Zempel on February 23, 2014
Feb.23 Your Special Day. May you enjoy it in your new home Ray. RIP my Friend
Posted by Debbie Schneider on January 2, 2014
I am a friend of Ray's for many years. I am in total shock that he passed. Last time I saw Lydia she was just starting ballet I believe and I was showing her some steps. Ray was a very nice man and we hung out together a lot. I have met his family many times over at mom's house. May he rest in peace and yes he is loved very much. I am so sorry for your loss.
Posted by Kinney Michael on July 22, 2013
we remember the great times together, lots of good memories, will be missed greatly, working on dees house
Posted by Jason Novotne on July 20, 2013
I remember the good times with my uncle sitting by the fire relaxing and drinking beer and listening to music to the time i helped work on his house it will be something i treasure for the rest of my life i love you chip rip love always your nephew Jason
Posted by Robin Joslin on July 20, 2013
Chip would call and ask if I would want to go to look at cars at the car lots If I saw a cool car I would put dibs on it and he would say no u don't its mine it went back and fourth like that for awhile then he would say ok you can have it. RIP Chip I Love U And Miss You Very Much Love From Your Sister
Posted by Brandi Hill on July 20, 2013
I had just met you but felt I've known you for longer. Tyler always had great words and stories about you. I wish I would've had more of a chance to know you but I will forever keep dairy queen and the lovely visit we had. Rip
Posted by Jim Herold on July 20, 2013
A week ago I lost one of my best friends. Miss ya Ray!! We had alot of great times together and someday we will talk about them as we use to. You are truly missed Brother!!
Posted by Debbie Zempel on July 20, 2013
Remembering the time we talked on the phone for 4 hours! All the things we talked about......You will always be remembered and missed by so many ~ Rest in Peace Ray ~
Posted by Debra Link on July 20, 2013
On behalf of Jim, as we rode off from the funeral Friday July 19, 2013, as a tribute to our friend Ray, our friend did a "Ray" at 2 stoplights. He always chirped his back tire when slowing down. As we laughed & laughed. There ya go Ray! RIGHT after that the bike's throttle stuck, then the bike shut down. This went on for about 10 minutes. I said to Jim, that was Ray getting us back! WOW!
Posted by Robin Joslin on July 20, 2013
I remember when Chip was 15 my Mom caught him smoking a cigarette My Mom also smoked Kent cigarettes she made him open a fresh pack of Kent cigarettes and made him smoke 1 after the other till they were gone his face was so green. He never had another one after that for along time Rip Chip
Posted by Keith Zanto on July 20, 2013
What i remember about Ray is all the times i work with you on the rework line when you trip on the wood pallet and he gets off the floor and the first thing he tells me is he is sorry that still makes me laugh. Just wanted to tell the family he pass a happy man rest in peace
Posted by Cathi Fideldy on July 20, 2013
I remember the times when we would pop pppcorn and watch movies with the Marissa and Lydia. We had some fun times. You will be missed Ray RIP
Posted by Debra Link on July 20, 2013
Via Jim Herold. The time he & Ray raced back to work from subway. Ray had a ford bronco, Jim a ford tempo. Ronnie Rank was riding w/Ray. Jim went around the mud puddle. Ray went through the mud puddle, soaking them both cuz he had no floor boards.
Posted by Lydia Bartz on July 20, 2013
i remember giving him his Christmas card and seeing how happy he was. love from your daughter Lydia may you have eternal peace ,love

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