RAYMOND O. RYBOS JR.Raymond O. Rybos Jr. died Dec. 17, 2012 at St. Lukes Hospital Hospice
Raymond O. Rybos Jr. died Dec. 17, 2012 at St. Lukes Hospital Hospice
He was born on Nov. 14, 1954.
Preceded in death by paternal grandparents Otto and Ester Rybos; maternal Edward and Martha Quinn.
Survived by father Raymond (Nunny) Rybos Sr.; mother Susan Rybos; sister Christy and John Wenberg, niece Amanda Wenberg; sister Colleen and Larry Ericksmoen; brother Joe Rybos and niece Ally Rybos.
Ray's family would like to sincerely thank the staff at RSI Hartley, past and present, for the many years of love and devoted care they gave Ray, UDAC friends and staff with whom Ray enjoyed many years of participation, Lincoln Park Life Skills for the care and time they devoted to Ray, his cousin and guardian Tim Schumann for the enormous amount of time and love he devoted to watching over Ray, Dr. Paul Sanford who took such excellent care of Ray for over 20 years, the Staff at St. Lukes Hospice, the Priests of St. George Serbian Orthodox Church for visiting him in his times of need and last, but certainly not least, Nancy, Ray's best friend. Thank you to anyone who we may have overlooked in this time of sorrow.
Ray was a very happy person who touched the lives of many. With the help of all of you, Ray had many great adventures despite all his physical limitations.
He is healthy now, with no more limits and is starting his new adventure. We Love you Ray!
PRIVATE INTERMENT: at Calvary Cemetery will be at a later date.
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