Tymkiw, Raymond Stanley

Ray, 79 years, beloved father of Stephanie, Nicholas and Dallas. Ray passed away in the Souris Health Centre, on Monday, April 10, 2023. In keeping with Ray’s wishes there will be a private service at a later date. In memory of Ray, donations may be made to Cancer Care Manitoba.

9 thoughts on “Tymkiw, Raymond Stanley”

  1. Ray were gunna miss you so much . Our chats were never boring . You always had a friendly smile. Rip ((hugs)) can’t believe I will never ever see you again !

  2. So sad to hear of the loss of your Dad. Take care of each other in this time of sorrow and even though he’s gone physically, he will always be with you in your memories. Thinking of the 3 of you with lots of love. Auntie J

  3. Cherish your memories of your dad. Keep your family close. In our prayers!

  4. Ray, you were always so warm and welcoming whenever I came to visit. I know that your hospitality, sense of humour, quick wit, and loving spirit lives on in your beautiful daughter. You are missed dearly.

  5. I have many fond memories of Ray over the years, from shaking his head at the antics of Steph and myself to our countless hours working the night shift together. He always had a smile, and a great story (usually with a sprinkle of wisdom) for me.
    My thoughts are with you all Steph, Nic, and Dallas.

  6. I sorry to hear Ray had to leave us. My condolences to his family and friends. I did not know Ray well, but he was always nice to me. He will be missed like those who had to leave before him. Rest in Peace, Ray. Rest in Peace.

  7. My condolences to the family ❤️ Ray was friend to all who knew , he was witty , funny, and had a huge heart. Miss you Ray. Rest in peace ❤️✝️

  8. We were so sorry to hear of Ray’s passing. I will always remember his smile and the twinkle in his eyes. He was such a sweet man.

  9. I knew Raymond in the Sixties when my family and I lived in Foxwarren from 1961-1965.
    Raymond and his sisters Anna and Mary were the kindest people we met there. We were outsiders and immigrants. It had been my intention to visit Raymond and thank him for his beautiful spirit. The years had passed so quickly. I had married a boy out of university who, like Raymond and his family were of Ukrainian ancestry. Before you know it, you are old.

    Rest in peace dear Raymond. You were a class act and if anyone deserves rest, it is you.

    My sincerest condolences go to Raymond’s children and to Anna and Mary, his dear sisters.

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