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Raymond Doellman

Raymond Doellman

**PLEASE NOTE THAT THE FUNERAL SERVICES ARE AT ST. PETER CATHOLIC CHURCH**

Raymond John Doellman, age 89, of Quincy, died on Thursday, November 22, 2018 in Florida. He was born on August 28, 1929 in Quincy, IL the son of William G. & Edith (Wolterman) Doellman. Ray was a graduate of Quincy Notre Dame. He served in the United States Air Force during the Korean War.

He married Dorothy Lee Krogman on November 26, 1953 in Quincy, IL. She survives. Mr. Doellman was an engineer at Harris from 1956 – 1986 when he retired. He then worked as an Independent Insurance Agent from 1986 to the present.

Mr. Doellman was a member of the Knights of Columbus, the Elks Club, was a Cub Scout Leader and attended the White House Retreat for over 25 years. Ray was a dedicated catholic church member. He was an avid Indy 500 racing fan and enjoyed RV traveling. He built 3 homes. He also enjoyed bowling, boating, card playing, antique cars, and annual multi-generational family trips to the Ozarks. Above all, he loved and enjoyed his family.

In addition to his wife Dorothy, Ray is also survived by:
CHILDREN: Bill Doellman and his wife Cheri of Lewis Center, OH; Steve Doellman and his wife Lori of Bloomington, IL; and Sue Bucz and her husband Joe of Elk Grove Village, IL.
GRANDCHILDREN: Matt Doellman and his wife Shawna; Jenna Panichi and her husband Mike; Natalee Doellman, Justin Doellman, Drew Doellman, Bradley Doellman, Ashley Bucz and Ryan Bucz.
GREAT GRANDCHILDREN: Gwen Doellman and Emma Doellman.
BROTHER-IN-LAW: Charles Orman.
Numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives also survive.

Ray was preceded in death by his parents and two sisters: Wilma Orman and Margie Deters.

**PLEASE NOTE THAT THE FUNERAL SERVICES ARE AT ST. PETER CATHOLIC CHURCH**

Funeral services will be held on Saturday, December 1, 2018 at 8:30 in the Duker & Haugh Funeral Home and at 9:00 in St. Peter Catholic Church. Interment in Calvary Cemetery with the Air Force Burial Detail and the American Legion Post #37 Burial Detail. Visitation will be held on Friday evening from 4:00 until 6:30 at the Duker & Haugh Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to Quincy Notre Dame or to St. Francis Catholic Church.

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From:
Luke A Doellman
Quincy, IL
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Luke and I are both very sorry to hear of Ray's passing. Please know that we have the family in our heart and prayers
From:
Brandon Carlson
Leander, TX
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Our love and condolences to the Doellman family
From:
Brenda Pittman, Lodge Secretary
Quincy, IL
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Our condolences to Dot and family He was a long time member of the Quincy Elks Lodge #100
From:
Steve Nelson
Quincy, IL
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I was very saddened to read in Sunday’s newspaper that your dad had passed away Thanksgiving Day. You and the family have our deepest condolences. I ran into Ray a number of times over the years and every time he remembered me and took time to visit. I was always touched by that. Ray was a very friendly man who always wore a warm smile. That’s how I remember him.
From:
Mary Mahair Fuller
QUINCY, IL
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So very sorry for your loss. I have many fond memories of Ray while I was growing up next door. Prayers for the family
From:
Reg Ankrom
Quincy, IL
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I’ll always appreciate the life-changing gift Ray gave me in introducing me to the White House of St. Louis, a men’s annual silent spiritual retreat. Godspeed to this good man.
From:
Chris Musolino
Morrow, OH
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Uncle Ray was always friendly, we even shared the same birthday month and day. My siblings and I used to enjoy, sharing fun times at Aunt Dorothy and Uncle Ray's house throwing a football outside, shooting pool in the basement while watching a sports game on TV or just running around in their large back yard on a warm sunny summer day with our cousins Bill, Steve and Susan. We are sorry for your loss and the Doellman family is in our prayers.
From:
Lisa & Tom Scholz
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Dear Doellman Family- words can not say how sorry we are in the loss of our Uncle Ray, your dedicated father, loving husband & proud Great grand father. Ray was always ready with a helping hand for a job needing done, a listening ear of support, a faithful friend, servant of God and loved people. We will all miss him. Tom will never forget those fun Florida card games & I will always remember how special Ray & Dorothy made my last birthday celebration so memorable. We will never forget our Uncle Ray, who was a ray of sunshine wherever he went.
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Gretchen & Jeff Furler
Bloomington, IL
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Dear Dorothy & family,

We are so very sorry to hear of Ray's passing. We loved him like our second Father & enjoyed going on trips to the Ozarks with him. He was such a faith filled man & we saw that every time he went to our church. He loved his kids & grandkids that was evident. He will be missed..Hugs!
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Paul K.Geers
St. Louis, MO
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Mrs. Doellman and family,
Thank you for sharing Ray with us, also just weeks ago Ray was at mass agsin at St. Rose, he loved the Latin mass. May he rest in peace.
A mass will be said for his soul at the church by Jerry Schutte.

Paul Geers, president of the Latin mass society of Quincy/Historic St. Rose of lima in Quincy illinois
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Loretta Knajdl
Kerney, NE
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My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. I am so glad that you got to share Thanksgiving with him and Dorothy and that they had a good anniversary celebration.
Love, Loretta
From:
Christi (Fantz) May
Quincy, IL
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I worked with Ray for many years at Harris and he was a good guy. Sendi g condolences to the e tire Spellman gzmily.
From:
Judi Carlson
Cibolo, TX
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My thoughts & prayers to the Doellman family. Ray & his sisters will be forever togetheri in Heaven.
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Cheri (Vollrath) Welte
Quincy, IL
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My thoughts and prayers are with the Doellman family.