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Ray Jean Brooks
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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Ray Jean Brooks Ray Jean Brooks, 73, of Winchester died Wednesday, December 12 after a long illness. Ray Jean was born in 1939, in Dillon, South Carolina, the daughter of the late Raymond and Ila Mae Stone. She retired from Western Union Electronic Mail Inc. as a computer operator and attended Wesley United Methodist Church. …
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public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Ray......She was our sister-in law for over 51 years.they lived in a lot of places all over the country.Wherever they moved guess what that is where we went on vacation. When they decided to move to winchester to retire we were so happy. It was so good to have them home. Through the years we have had lots of good times and some bad times, We had lots of happy times and sad times , we have laughed and we have cried together, agreed and disagreed because once her mind was made up, need I say more. Our sister went from a beautiful healthy lady to a beautiful very sick lady and we could do nothing to help her..I know that she is at peace and is not suffering.and Johnny, Dana , Cindy and Steve you know how much she loved you and she knew how much you loved her...........I am going to miss My sister -in-Law..My good Friend...............
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
I am so very sorry to hear about Ray Jean's passing. I was very fond of her and have many nice memories of times spent with her. My prayers are with the family and loved ones. Susie Howell Levisen Folly Beach, SC
John Zielinski left a message on December 13, 2012:
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JohnZielinski left a message on December 13, 2012:
I send my prayers to love ones ,family and hope all make it through this sad time
Carolyn Brooks left a message on December 13, 2012:
Ray......She was our sister-in law for over 51 years.they lived in a lot of places all over the country.Wherever they moved guess what that is where we went on vacation. When they decided to move to winchester to retire we were so happy. It was so good to have them home. Through the years we have had lots of good times and some bad times, We had lots of happy times and sad times , we have laughed and we have cried together, agreed and disagreed because once her mind was made up, need I say more. Our sister went from a beautiful healthy lady to a beautiful very sick lady and we could do nothing to help her..I know that she is at peace and is not suffering.and Johnny, Dana , Cindy and Steve you know how much she loved you and she knew how much you loved her...........I am going to miss My sister -in-Law..My good Friend...............
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Susie Howell Levisen left a message on December 15, 2012:
I am so very sorry to hear about Ray Jean's passing. I was very fond of her and have many nice memories of times spent with her. My prayers are with the family and loved ones. Susie Howell Levisen Folly Beach, SC
Dana Brooks left a message on December 16, 2012:
Thank you so much for your kind words and prayers. Mom will be greatly missed for her humor and friendship. I know that she has joined Dad and are reunited in their love. John & Dana Brooks
John & Dana Brooks left a message on December 16, 2012:
Carolyn, Mom enjoyed your friendship and cherished every moment together. You shared laughter and tears, and made each day brighter. We are so lucky to have you to lean on during these difficult times, and words cannot express the gratitute. Thank you so much! John & Dana
John && Dana Brooks left a message on December 16, 2012:
Thank you for your prayers & warm wishes during this difficult time. John & Dana Brooks
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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