Raymond L. Painter Sr.

Born: 11/23/1951 Passed:

Raymond L. Painter Sr. went home to be with the Lord on October 1, 2020 at the Truman Hospice House in New Philadelphia at the age of 68. He was born on November 23, 1951 to the Late Darl and Thelma Painter. Ray was a talented musician which he used to touch many hearts. Ray worked many years at Ohio Roll Grinding before finding his true passion in over the road truck driving.

Ray is survived by his loving wife and caretaker of many years, Teresa (Terrie) Painter; siblings, Keith (Debbie) Painter and Darlene Malone; sons, Michael (Vanessa) and Raymond Jr.; grandchildren, Emily, Justin, Ariana and Lucas and numerous nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents, Ray was preceded in death by a special brother-in-law, James Malone.

In keeping with Ray’s wishes following cremation arrangements offered through Heritage Cremation Society of Louisville a memorial service will be held on October 17th, 2020 at 2PM at Sandy Valley Baptist Temple in Magnolia, Ohio with Pastor J. Crawford officiating.

In lieu of flowers, cards can be directed to the family. A special thank you to Community Hospice, 716 Commercial Avenue S.W. New Philadelphia, Ohio for all the wonderful care that was given to not only to Ray but to the entire family. Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family online at www.heritagecremationsociety.com.

Heritage Cremation Society
330-875-5770

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3 Tributes to Raymond L. Painter Sr.

  1. Michael Painter says:

    RIP Dad! You will be missed by many. I am glad for the time we got to have in your last days with us for the chance to let you know that I love you! I know you are reuniting with Grandma and Grandpa Painter, Uncle Jim, and cousin David just like the family reunions we used to have at Aunt Darlene and Uncle Jim’s! I have great and fun memories to cherish and I thank you for that.

  2. Paul Beck says:

    The most talented person not to be famous. Could, play any instrument, sing any song. Though most of his fans have passed he will be missed. RIP Ray.

  3. Tom Roberts says:

    I grew up 2 blocks from the Painter family. Keith is still one of my best friends. When I was at Keith’s house you always knew when Ray was around! Ray always liked to kid and joke around with us younger guys. I wish I had just a bit of the musical talent Ray had. Hard to believe a boy from Canton, Ohio could play the fiddle like Ray could! Sorry that Ray is gone too soon. It would’ve been great to hear him play and sing one more time. Hopefully we will do so again someday!

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