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Raymond Lee Straub Sr.
January 26, 1932 - January 11, 2021
Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory
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January 26, 1932 – January 11, 2021   Raymond Lee Straub, the “pater familias” to the West Texas Straub Family, a third generation, life-long resident of Stanton, Texas, passed away after fighting a short illness just fifteen days before his 89th birthday on Monday, January 11, 2021. He peacefully slipped his earthly bonds to join …
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Georgeann Walton left a message on January 15, 2021:
Mr. Straub’s ancestors as well as mine arrived in our community way back in the 1800’s...He told me as a child he remembers them speaking German to one another...I always enjoyed running into him as he always had stories to tell me...he was a touchstone to my family...one of the only ones that knew of them from way back when. I will miss him and his smile. I want to express my sincere condolences to the family...A true Old Settler has gone to rest...may he rest well!
Jason Rankin left a message on January 13, 2021:
I was so sad to see news of Mr. Straub's passing. I also felt a warmth remembering the short time I knew him. The first time I ever walked up to a drill rig, fresh out of college, Mr. Straub took time aside to explain everything to me and give me some poignant safety tips. My deepest sympathy to the whole family, and prayers for God's peace and love to comfort you.
Gerald Wooten left a message on January 13, 2021:
Sorry for your loss, wish times were different to where respects could be paid in person. Raymond was always a good friend to my dad and i know he had immense respect for him and all he accomplished
Brenda Mark corron left a message on January 12, 2021:
We are praying for you and your family. God bless
Edward Bryan left a message on January 12, 2021:
RL i wish you peace . This man was a great guy I'll miss him he gave me a job when I needed one and he didn't blink a minute you just said you're hired. Even when I was eight years old and he ran a Ground Pounder the cable rig he paid me a dollar a day before mud away from the hole back then he had black hair and used to smoke it was a funny old coot and I'm going to miss him.
Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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