Ray (Mike) Yox
Rest in peace, Ray.
Back in the day, Ray taught me to drive a stick shift in his Triumph TR3.
Jackie Cox (Mull)
RIP My friend it has been many moons ago but never forgoten
Ray you were one of my best friends at Northeast High. We had a great time driving around in Bob Boerker's Dodge Dart, when it wasn't in for repairs. I hope you enjojed the 55 Chevy, I hated to get rid of it, but I know it had a good home with you. It was great talking to you at the 40th reunion. It is hard to understand why God takes some of us early, but he took a great man. I know I will see you again when it is my time. It has been an honor to be your friend. May God keep you in His perfect peace.
Ray I hope you are fishing right now! I lost a good friend and have lots of stories since we worked together, roomed for a short time in H.S. at the Playtime Motel on 4th St. and use to fish and shoot our .22's out in Weedon Island after school and Ray worked with me some at Webb's City Outpost on Gandy and we would close at 11pm and go down to Dave's Aqua Lounge and get a 6 pack and fish on the 'rock pile' on Gandy till 1am and then get up for school. Lot's of memories.......RIP my friend.
Georgia Gaganis (Greene)
Ray was my first boyfriend when I moved to Florida and my prom date. He was also a good friend. I hope he is in a better place and not suffering. RIP Ray, I will miss you.