SCOTT LYNN RAYMONDScott Lynn Raymond lost his fight to cancer at his home on May 5, 2012 surrounded by his loved ones.
Scott Lynn Raymond lost his fight to cancer at his home on May 5, 2012 surrounded by his loved ones.
He was born on March 15, 1958 to Gary and Betty Raymond in Minneapolis.
Scott worked at Gerdau Ameristeel for 18 years until he moved to Eveleth, where he worked for Range Mental Health Center in the AFC program for two years. His work with the clients showed his caring and compassion for people. After two years at the Range Mental Health Center, his true love of truck driving came calling and he went to work for CETC out of Hibbing. During his time with CETC, Scott and his dog, Paige traveled the USA together, enjoying the sights.
He was preceded in death by his father, Gary Leon Raymond; sisters, Sue Levine and Karen Peterson; maternal grandparents Anton and Bernice Benthagen and his paternal grandparents Pursi and Lois Raymond.
He is survived by his son, Kory M. Howard and grandson Auston Howard; and will be deeply missed by his significant other Jan Robillard and her sons Matt, Travis and Nick Nylund and grandchildren, Sierra, Ethan, Brooklynne and Logan; his mother, Betty Ann Barr of Duluth; brother, Robert (Josie) Bergeson of Duluth; his step-sons, Matthew and Patrick (Pete) Horsch of Proctor; his step-daughter, Kelly Howard of Duluth; friend Kara Raymond and many nieces and nephews.
MEMORIAL SERVICE: 11 a.m. Thursday, May 10, 2012 in Cron-Sheehy Funeral Home Chapel, Eveleth with Chaplain Steve Tomberlin.
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