We were so very sorry to hear of Ray's passing and wish to express our heartfelt condolences to you, Gloria, and
your family. We know Ray will be missed very much by family, friends and colleagues. Our sympathy.
Doug and Barbara Baldwin.
Ray was a most wonderful brothers-in-law. His devotion to his family was so evident in all he did and planned for. He was a generous host at family/friend gatherings and his wit and hearty chuckle always livened the event. His amazing art, his genuine “tell it like it is” approach to life and the fun-filled family gatherings will remain high lites in our family forever. Rest well Ray and thanks for the memories. Much love to Gloria, Kevin, Vanessa,Deborah, Emma and Katherine from Gail and Ed Moisey
When I last saw Ray at a clan gathering, he was in the kitchen having ketchup with his burger. A larger than life man, a character you won’t forget. He lived a full and rewarding life and was a man of many talents.
Our deepest condolences to Gloria, Vanessa and Kevin.
Gloria, and family ~ I am so sorry to hear about Ray's passing. He was definitely a colourful member of our community in Springbank, and always with his dry humour could throw out some great comments. His wit, dry humour, support for all of your causes and his love for you Gloria will be remembered. Sending you all big hugs ~ love Lisa and family ox
I knew Mr. Wilkinson though his daughter Vanessa, who I met at Neufchatel Junior College in Switzerland, and who became my lifelong best friend. I was lucky enough to stay in the Wilkinson's beautiful home in Calgary on a couple of occasions, and my favorite memory of Mr. Wilkinson is the time he gave me a personal tour of his artwork, answering my questions and explaining the inspiration behind every piece. He was a very talented artist and an impressive man. My condolences to his family.
Thank you for all the fun times thank you for introducing me to the "crystal" to help healing. I am very sad and shall miss you very much. You were one of my most farorite guys in all the world go un peace and peace to your family that you loved so much Joan H
I first had the opportunity to meet Ray through Kevin. Both Kevin and I lived in Glamorgan played some hockey together for the Springbank Rusty Spurs and shared a lot in common. Ray instantly gave me a hard time, he had a fun surly sense of humour that was always followed up with kindness or an optimistic spin. I could count on Ray to shoot straight, tell me what I could or should be doing better. I will miss him, but will enjoy hearing the telling and retelling of stories of his adventures. RIP Mr. Wilkinson.