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Oak Lawn Funeral Home

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OBITUARY

Robert C. Raney

30 November , 195130 October , 2019

Robert "Bob" C. Raney, 67, found peace after a valiant battle with lung cancer. Robert was born November 30, 1951 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Frank and Erna Maas Raney. Robert was a retired food manager for federal veterans’ hospital. He loved his family, cooking, traveling, doing anything to help fellow Veterans and cheering The Green Bay Packers on. He's proceeded in death by his parents, Frank and Erna Maas Raney; sister, Kathleen A. Burger; and brother-in-law, John Burger. He is survived by his wife, Ann Elizabeth Raney; daughters Annemarie Noelle (Rafael) Guerrero, Sara Emily Raney, and Patricia Helen Raney; son, Adam Seth Raney; grandchildren Hailey, Seanna, Scarlett, Hannah, Nikolai, Moises, Rafeal, and Mateo. He will always be missed and always loved so much more! Memorial Service November 14, 2019, Holy Cross Cemetery, 7301 W. Nash Street, Milwaukee, WI. 11:00 AM in the Mausoleum Chapel. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.oaklawnfunerals.com for the Raney family.

Services

  • Memorial Service Thursday, 14 November , 2019

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Rosetta Taylor

21 November 2019

Moving to a new town feeling quite alone, Bob always had a warm smile and a catty word. He was good to my daughter and helped her feel accepted no matter what!! One of my favorite people and I pray peace for his family and other friends. Thanks for sharing him with the world. He will be missed!

Rosetta~

Frances Duran

17 November 2019

I had the great pleasure of meeting Bob through a friend. My husband and I moved to Florida and low and behold we found out that he was in the same town we were. We had many nice evenings with dinners and a movies He shared holidays with us. My dad who was also a retired chef from a veterans hospital absolutely loved him. We always enjoyed his company. We moved back to Wisconsin but we kept in touch through Face Book. He was truly a sweet man and he will be missed.

Keith Sanders

16 November 2019

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