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10 comments on “Raymond Megarry”

  1. Such a lovely service. Very touching with all the heartfelt memories. Its clear how much Uncle Raymond was cherished and adored by you all. May he rest in peace.

  2. What a wonderful service & tributes to my dear Uncle Raymond.
    It was touching to hear some of his poetry which reflected his love for his family & Ireland.
    Uncle Raymond was a strong & courageous man & he made a big impact on me as a boy.
    I have fond memories of him, Aunty Veronica & family visiting us at our house in Cherryvalley & the craic we enjoyed together.
    My Dad Noel loved him dearly & he was sorely missed when the family emigrated.
    Our thoughts & prayers are with you all at this difficult time.
    Rest in Peace Uncle Raymond

  3. Such a lovely service, he was clearly dearly loved. Deepest condolences from Mary and I and our family.
    I have so many memories of Uncle Raymond, he lived with Granny and Granda next door to us before he was married, and worked on Alec Herron’s farm and I often used to ride on the tractor with him in the days before I started primary school. I well remember the caravan where he and Aunty Veronica set up first home, and Roy the collie dog., Jess the jack Russell and Shade of Blue the greyhound that was doing so well just before they left for Australia.
    He had a big old van that he cut the bodywork from so it was just a flat board back behind the two front seats. When he started it up, all the kids inTen Acre Estate used to drop what they were doing and run like hell to climb aboard, then he would take off through the fields with us all hanging on for dear life! Great fun, even now it makes me smile to remember him laughing as he went over bumps!
    Rest in peace Uncle Raymond xx
    Billy McCrory

  4. RIP Uncle Raymond. A beautiful service which was a tribute to you and your wonderful caring family. Dad shared many happy stories of the good times with his younger brother Raymond which he shared with us often. God Bless.

    From Charmaine Jones and the Megarry Family.

  5. What a beautiful tribute to Raymond. A life well lived and a man well loved. RIP Uncle Raymond ❤️❤️❤️

  6. To the family of Ray,
    I am Robert Spada’s wife, ( the lawnmower repair man in Bayswater ) and I also knew Ray. He used to always joke around a lot and laugh with me about anything and everything and the shop. He was such a lovely man, I remember him always being so kind and respectful. I am very sorry for his passing, it’s heartbreaking. My condolences to you all, may god give you all the strength you need in this grieving time of pain.
    Angela Spada

  7. Beautiful service for Uncle Raymond,thinking about each and everyone of yous at this really sad time.Sending love from across the water

  8. A beautiful service for a beloved Uncle. I will miss my laughs and chats with him. Rest in heavenly peace. From Geraldine and the Newman Family in Co Down

  9. Beautiful Service for my Uncle Raymond,thinking about each and everyone of yous, love from your family across the water

  10. A beautiful service in memory of Raymond. let’s take a little bit of Ray with us each day as we continue to chase things in our lives, that we remember that “these really are the good days”

    Rest in paradise xxxx

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