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Raymond Rylott

Raymond (Ray) Rylott

Saturday, April 22nd, 1933 - Thursday, January 28th, 2021
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Ray was born and raised on the Family farm 7th line Otonabee township with his 6 brothers and 1 sister. Life on the Farm had many challenges (milking cows twice daily, raising pigs and hens, and harvesting crops.

The Farm was eventually sold and they moved into a house in Peterborough. Soon after Ray met his wife Isabell and they were married for 65 happy years.

Ray’s love of music and fiddle playing has always been an important part of his family life. This brought him great joy to share this music with his immediate family, nieces, nephews, and grandchildren over many years. His memories will continue on for the next generation.

Ray obtained a steady job at DeLaval, and eventually became General Foreman and Plant Supervisor. After 36 years, he retired and began his own business...consulting and fabricating for dairy, brewery, marine and restaurant businesses.

Ray and wife Isabell, enjoyed taking the family on several camping trips. However, soon they decided that a lakefront cottage would provide the family with many seasons of activities (boating, waterskiing, fishing, snowmobiling etc.). Ray, the ultimate handyman in most any task, took great pride in building on a new addition to the cottage and many other improvements. His handyman reputation soon spread to the local cottage neighbours, who would often ask Ray for advise on their projects as well.

After retirement, Ray and Isabell enjoyed travelling to Arizona and Florida, as well as taking several cruises.

He will be fondly remembered as the loving husband of Isabell for over 65 years. Beloved dad of Brian (Carolyn) and Brad (Jill). Cherished gramps of Curtis, Adam, Deanna and great gramps of Benjamin, Amelia and Edward. Predeceased by his 5 brothers Harold (Ethyl), Earl( Marg), Stan(Bev), Keith(Noreen), Gerry(Toots), and 1 sister Jean(John). Survived by brother Ken (Audrey). He also will be remembered by his many nieces, nephews, and their families whom he took great pride and joy.

In lieu of flowers, donations would be appreciated for the Children’s Wish Foundation, Christian Horizons Durham 8, or a charity of your choice.

A Private Funeral Service to be held Wednesday February 3, 2021 at 1pm at Ashburnham Funeral Home, 840 Armour Road.

Public may join the family via a livestream of the service by registering at www.AshburnhamFuneral.ca.

A Celebration of Life to be held by the family at a later date to be determined. Interment to take place at Trent Valley Cemetery, Hastings in the spring.

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Service Details

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021 | 1:00pm
    When
    Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021 1:00pm
    Location
    Ashburnham Funeral Home
    Address
    840 Armour Road
    PETERBOROUGH, ON K9H 2A2
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    Notes
    LIVESTREAM LINK
    https://event.forgetmenotceremonies.com/ceremony?c=8ebc8263-0b39-46ca-b9e8-1c6a4782714f
  • Interment

    Location
    Trent Valley Cemetery
    Address
    1 Cemetery Road
    Hastings, Ontario K0L 1Y0
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Edith & Iain Gorman

Posted at 02:38pm
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Edward Jackson

Posted at 02:22pm
Isabelle, Brian/Carolyn, Brad/Jill and family...our sincere sympathies. Brian, I have fond memories of meeting Ray and recall his kind, gentle nature. Such a dedicated family man. Your mother Isabelle such a kind person and your whole family such nice people. Take care , Ed/Cathy
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Tom Weichel

Posted at 03:14pm
Ray always was very welcoming with a smile. A likeable person that will be missed.

Tom Weichel
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Elaine Morris

Posted at 04:05pm
So sorry to hear of the passing of Uncle Ray. Heart felt sympathy to Aunt Issy, Brian, Brad and extended family and my dear Uncle Ken. We have wonderful memories of Aunt Issy and Uncle Ray coming west to visit. Also, fond memories of my Dad Keith playing the guitar and Uncle Ray on the fiddle. Ray will be fondly remembered by friends and family.
Love to all
Niece Elaine and Colin Morris
Harrison Hot Springs, BC
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Linda Rylott

Posted at 04:39pm
Dear Isabell, Brian, Carolyn and family and Brad and Jill, Ken and Audrey,
Our condolences to you on losing your Husband, Father, Brother and Uncle.
Remembering the good times from the past will forever keep Ray in out thoughts.
Love to all,
Linda Rylott and family


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