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Raymond Henry Haughton

December 10, 1951 — February 26, 2024


In Loving Memory of Raymond Henry Haughton

"Life's not about waiting for the storm to pass...It's about learning to dance in the rain!"

Vivian Greene

Raymond Henry Haughton, a devoted father, believer in family, lover of golf, and cutter of rugs passed away peacefully on February 26, 2024. He lived a life that epitomized simplicity, finding solace and joy in the little things and holding on to what he deemed right.

Born December 10, 1951, Raymond lived a full life. Competitive and yet compassionate, driven and yet laid back, he was a man of poignant words and deliberate actions. Raymond grew up in Los Angeles with one brother and three sisters whom he loved dearly.

In his later years he found his true calling amidst the lush greens and fairways of the golf course, where he spent countless hours perfecting his swing and honing his skills. His dedication to the sport was unwavering, and he found great fulfillment in the challenge and precision it demanded.

Yet, it was on the quiet shores of lakes and rivers where Raymond found his deepest connection to nature. Fishing became more than a hobby—it was a meditation, a way to

commune with the natural world and escape the complexities of everyday life. He cherished the peaceful moments spent with only the sound of lapping water and the occasional tug on his line. 

Raymond is survived by his memories, cherished by those who knew him, and leaves a legacy of finding beauty and tranquility in life's simplest pleasures. He is also survived by two sons and four siblings who will continue to inspire all who follow after his footsteps.

In accordance with his wishes, there will be a private service for family and close friends to honor and celebrate the life of Raymond.

Rest peacefully, dear Raymond, may your spirit find eternal peace on the greens, waters and dance floors you loved so dearly. You will be deeply missed and fondly remembered

by all who had the privilege of knowing you.


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