Raymond Barrio, K/75 Ranger, passed away Nov 24, 2010

Raymond A. Barrio

BORN: June 22, 1948

Bay Ridge, New York

DIED: November 24, 2010

Ocean County, New Jersey

Ray Barrio Grave

PATROLLING – Winter 2010, Unit Director – Rodger T. Crunk

It   is   with   a   sad   heart   that   I   report   that   one   of   our   own (Raymond Barrio) has passed away. Ray died Nov. 24th after suffering a massive heart attack. I was disappointed that I was not able to get to his service but Steve Lockard was there to represent his Brothers. Thanks Steve for being there. Our condolences of course go to his wife, (Elaine) and the rest of his family. Ray was and will always be a true Brother and will be greatly missed especially by those of 2nd Bde. Lrrps who served with him.

K-Co has made a donation in his honor to the Disabled American Veterans.

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Raymond   A.   Barrio, 62, of Jackson, died Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010. Born in Brooklyn, NY, Raymond served in K/75 – E/58 LRRP, Vietnam, as a LRRP (Ranger) in the 75th Regiment, 4th Infantry, 2nd Brigade. In 1986, he moved to Jackson with his wife and two children. There he worked for over 20 years as a systems engineer at Verizon in New Brunswick, NJ. Raymond   had   a   love   for   the   New   York   Yankees, European soccer and refereeing basketball. He was an avid reader, a beach lover, a golf enthusiast and enjoyed walks with his wife and beautiful dog Savannah.

He is preceded in death by parents, Ramon and   Mary   Barrio. He is survived   by   his   wife   of   38 years, Elaine   Barrio, his daughter Beth Barrio, his son and daughter in law, Michael and Jennifer Barrio and his sister Juanita Barrio.

Visiting will be from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, November 26, 2010 at M.J. Murphy Funeral Home, 616 Ridge Rd, at New Rd. Monmouth Junction. Services will be held at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, November 27,2010 at M.J. Murphy Funeral Home. The burial will follow at 11:30 a.m. at Ocean County Memorial Park, 1722 Silverton Rd., in Toms River, NJ. In lieu of flowers, donations in Raymond’s memory   can   be   made   to The   National   D-Day   Memorial Foundation or The Disabled American Veterans Association.