In Memory Of

Mr. Raymond
Vinciguerra
-

Guest book

  • January 25, 2020
    While on a business trip to NYC (I'm from Chicago), Ray and I met by chance, sitting at a counter in a café. That conversation evolved into a friendship over many years. I was the guy who encouraged him to join the Big Apple barbershop chorus, and I believe he served as president of the chorus for several years -- even during the chorus' trip to St. Petersburg, Russia. Great sense of humor, always seemed to be volunteering somewhere or planning an architecture trip. I hadn't heard he was ill. If his brother -- Bill, I think -- or good friend (I forgot her name) whom I met at least once sees this, I'm hoping you can give me his cause of death.
    Tom Toftey
  • December 13, 2019
    What a loss. The world needs people like Raymond! It was always such a pleasure to join him for lectures and dinner, an exceptionally fine human being.
    Mary Cole
  • December 03, 2019
    I was shocked to hear of Raymond's passing. He was such a good, interesting and interested friend. We traveled together to Europe and had many good times in New York City. I will never forget him.
    Inez Bershad
  • October 16, 2019
    Raymond was my cousin. He was the most loving, kind, witty and generous people we knew. This is a huge loss to our family and we will miss him always. Rest In Peace, Raymond and give your parents a big hug and kiss for me! Love you.
    Christina Pav
  • October 16, 2019
    Ray and I sang together in Madrigals and shared a trip to Paris with the French Club in 1972. He was kind and thoughtful. I’m sorry to hear we have lost him.
    Michele Perrini Topolnicki
  • January 25, 2020
    While on a business trip to NYC (I'm from Chicago), Ray and I met by chance, sitting at a counter in a café. That conversation evolved into a friendship over many years. I was the guy who encouraged him to join the Big Apple barbershop chorus, and I believe he served as president of the chorus for several years -- even during the chorus' trip to St. Petersburg, Russia. Great sense of humor, always seemed to be volunteering somewhere or planning an architecture trip. I hadn't heard he was ill. If his brother -- Bill, I think -- or good friend (I forgot her name) whom I met at least once sees this, I'm hoping you can give me his cause of death.
    Tom Toftey
  • December 13, 2019
    What a loss. The world needs people like Raymond! It was always such a pleasure to join him for lectures and dinner, an exceptionally fine human being.
    Mary Cole
  • December 03, 2019
    I was shocked to hear of Raymond's passing. He was such a good, interesting and interested friend. We traveled together to Europe and had many good times in New York City. I will never forget him.
    Inez Bershad
  • October 16, 2019
    Raymond was my cousin. He was the most loving, kind, witty and generous people we knew. This is a huge loss to our family and we will miss him always. Rest In Peace, Raymond and give your parents a big hug and kiss for me! Love you.
    Christina Pav
  • October 16, 2019
    Ray and I sang together in Madrigals and shared a trip to Paris with the French Club in 1972. He was kind and thoughtful. I’m sorry to hear we have lost him.
    Michele Perrini Topolnicki
Add photo
Maximum 5 files.
10 MB limit.
Allowed types: png gif jpg jpeg.
  • January 25, 2020
    While on a business trip to NYC (I'm from Chicago), Ray and I met by chance, sitting at a counter in a café. That conversation evolved into a friendship over many years. I was the guy who encouraged him to join the Big Apple barbershop chorus, and I believe he served as president of the chorus for several years -- even during the chorus' trip to St. Petersburg, Russia. Great sense of humor, always seemed to be volunteering somewhere or planning an architecture trip. I hadn't heard he was ill. If his brother -- Bill, I think -- or good friend (I forgot her name) whom I met at least once sees this, I'm hoping you can give me his cause of death.
    Tom Toftey
  • December 13, 2019
    What a loss. The world needs people like Raymond! It was always such a pleasure to join him for lectures and dinner, an exceptionally fine human being.
    Mary Cole
  • December 03, 2019
    I was shocked to hear of Raymond's passing. He was such a good, interesting and interested friend. We traveled together to Europe and had many good times in New York City. I will never forget him.
    Inez Bershad
  • October 16, 2019
    Raymond was my cousin. He was the most loving, kind, witty and generous people we knew. This is a huge loss to our family and we will miss him always. Rest In Peace, Raymond and give your parents a big hug and kiss for me! Love you.
    Christina Pav
  • October 16, 2019
    Ray and I sang together in Madrigals and shared a trip to Paris with the French Club in 1972. He was kind and thoughtful. I’m sorry to hear we have lost him.
    Michele Perrini Topolnicki
  • October 15, 2019

    Raymond was a good friend. He was always dynamic and cheerful. We worked together on several year. He was a role model on the professional front. I would miss him very much. My heartfelt condolences to his family.
    Bhanu Prakash
  • October 15, 2019
    Raymond Vinciguerra was a kind, loyal and giving person who would always go the extra mile, even when it was not expected of him. He believed in always expanding his circle of friends & family so if you were a friend, significant other or co-worker of someone he was close to, you became part of his inner circle, too. He was a devoted Uncle to his niece and nephew and really cherished his relationship with them.
    Mary Reilly
  • October 14, 2019
    Yvonne Adams
  • October 14, 2019
    Just last week you congratulated me on my promotion again, wished me all the best and gave me a few encouraging words. Knowing that you won’t be here to share your wisdoms and smile breaks my heart. TRS has lost a gentle
    Soul! Sleep in Peace my friend.
    Suzanne Alleyne
  • October 14, 2019
    Raymond drew people to him. He was honest, funny, intellegent, interested in others, an old soul who wasn't afraid of a new challenge or adventure. His friends and his family were his world. You left us way too early, Ray.
    Jim & Betsy Michaud
  • October 14, 2019
    Raymond was one of the nicest people I have ever worked with. He was funny, kind, helpful and sincerely friendly. I am so sad to hear that he passed away.
    Nancy Olivier
  • October 13, 2019
    Fantastic friend Loved castles and foreign lands Loved to travel. Wisteria was his favorite. Adirondack chairs would make him smile. The martini that never happened in Paris. Loved to plan day trips and would always volunteer to drive.
    Chap stick stocks did a nose dive.
    And his annual Christmas soirée with the wonder of how many people could fit in his apartment.
    These a just a few remembered moments we shared but there are many many more. There is not enough space to go on.
    You are forever in my heart.
    Rest In Peace my dear friend and keep an watchful eye out for us all
    Rest In Peace Ray.
    Marie Walsh
  • October 13, 2019
    My dearest friend since kindergarten has passed away. I will never be the same person without him for the remainder of my life. He lovingly gifted me his kindness, laughter, loyalty, and joyful spirit, during our once in a lifetime friendship. I will always cherish our times together.
    Whitney Torning
  • October 13, 2019
    Everyone in the class of 1974,
    is very saddened by the news. Condolences to all and Godspeed dear classmate.
    Ray was a very kind soul.
    Stella Spanakos
  • October 13, 2019
    Ray will be missed. He always had a good attitude. Made people feel special. He brought people together. Always glad to see him at high school reunions. What a great guy!
    Robin Pender