Raymond A. Wayt Jr.

Born: 09/25/1946 Passed:

On November 20, 2019 Raymond A. Wayt Jr. of Sebring passed away surrounded by his loving family. Raymie was a marine veteran of Vietnam, owner and operator of American Engravers for 40 years, a loving husband, father, brother, grandfather, great grandfather and uncle. Raymie enjoyed many yearly fishing trips to Canada with the keg gang. If he wasn’t at the American Legion you could find him at the Sebring Country Club looking for bets. Raymie was an avid sports fan, he loved cheering for the Buckeyes, all Cleveland sports, Slippery Rock football, and anything his grandchildren played. Raymie was a local man, he loved the Sebring community and being a part of it. He coached little league baseball for many years.

Raymie is survived by his wife of 50 years Pat Wayt, children Joe (Tina) Lee, Pam (Red) Martin, Raymie Wayt III, brother Randy Wayt, sister Terry Jo Selick, six grandchildren, two great grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews.

He is preceded in death by his parents Raymond and Anna Wayt and two sisters Patricia and Kathy.

In keeping with Raymie’s wishes, no public services are planned at this time. The family will be hosting a celebration of life at a later date. Memorial contributions can be made in Raymie’s name to The Sebring American Legion Youth Foundation, 395 West California Avenue, Sebring Ohio 44672.


7 Tributes to Raymond A. Wayt Jr.

  1. Cheryl says:

    Knowing Raymie since high school, there are so many memories, but my favorites were from Sebring Country Club. We were all young parents and where I became close friends with his wife, Patty. I thanked him many times for marrying above him????

  2. John W, White says:

    Ray was my friend for 65 years. A great person, he was a hard worker whose family always came first. He and I were inseparable and neither of us ever forgot our friendship. I will always cherish our times together. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family. He will be sorely missed.

  3. Randy and Melissa Engle says:

    Please enjoy your heavenly life… eternal golf. You are a good man and will be missed by many.

  4. A. Marine says:

    Semper Fi Marine, Rip.

  5. Chuck Percy says:

    I have know Raymie for many years It was always nice to see him at the American Legion if nothing else jest to say hi I know Raymie will be missed by all his friends.My Prayers go,s out to his wife Pat Wayt and to his Family.

    • Frank says:

      I remember, while I was the manager at SCC, he was looking for a new driver. I let him take one to the first tee and he ripped it right down the middle of the fairway. He reached into his pocket and paid cash for it. Always had some kind of game going on.

    • Jj says:

      My deepest sympathies go out to the entire wayt family. Raymie was a good friend and I enjoyed many great times at Sebring cc with him and he and my godparents Buzz and blanch lotus along with him and my family’s close friend George rousher

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