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Raymond Cosentino

21 mars 19239 juin 2021
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Raymond Cosentino passed away on June 9, 2021.

Some of Raymond's hobbies included: The joy of learning and watching science, astronomy, history and technical course lectures on DVD's purchased from The Great Courses Faculty. Reading U.S. Air Force current events and technical information magazines, history and technical books, model car and airplane building and designing and building projects.

Accomplishments and Awards: Supervisor Avionics/Electrical installation, Research and engineering B-I Bomber. Outstanding achievement B-I Division, Rockwell International. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Apollo Achievement Award. Raymond was also part of the United States Air Force Association and through his academic career he achieved his Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering Degree, World War II United States Army Air Force College Training, Airplane and B-24 Bomber courses for aerial engineers and Aerial Gunnery Combat Training.

A family only visitation for Raymond will be held Friday, July 16, 2021 from 11:30 AM to 12:00 PM at Westminster Memorial Park Mortuary, 14801 Beach Blvd, Westminster, California 92683. A veteran's service will occur Friday, July 16, 2021 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM, 14801 Beach Blvd, Westminster, California 92683. A final blessing and interment will occur Friday, July 16, 2021 from 1:15 PM to 2:00 PM, 14801 Beach Blvd, Westminster, California 92683. A reception will occur Friday, July 16, 2021 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM.

Services

  • Family Only Visitation

    vendredi, 16 juillet , 2021

  • Veteran's Service

    vendredi, 16 juillet , 2021

  • Final Blessing and Interment

    vendredi, 16 juillet , 2021

  • Reception

    vendredi, 16 juillet , 2021

Souvenirs

Raymond Cosentino

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Bernice Errick

16 juillet , 2021

My darling Uncle Ray - Knowing you as well as I did since you did live with us on and off before you married dear Betty, I know you are happy to be placed beside her today. I will always miss you and our remembrances of life before California. You bought me so many elegant presents when I was a teenager and what fun we had when I taught you to dance to the old song “Harbor Lights”. Missing you along with my Mother (Anne) and my father (Dominick) and my late husband (Gordon) will part of my daily life.
Blessings to all!

Robert Arkema

8 juillet , 2021

Another picture I found from the last time we saw Uncle Ray in 2019.

Robert Arkema

8 juillet , 2021

Really enjoyed the times we spent with Uncle Ray both at his house in California and talking on the phone. Anytime we made it out to California we always tried to stop by and visit him. He always kept us entertained with the stories and memories he shared with us. Enjoyed talking about politics with him even though we weren't typically in agreement, we appreciated each other's perspectives. He said he still loved us even though we were Democrats. He will be missed by all of us.

Laurie Holmes

21 juin , 2021

Great Uncle Ray,
I always enjoyed our phone calls and will truly miss them. Your yesteryear stories of childhood days, life with my grandparents - Dominick and Anne, lively political commentaries and what you were cooking for dinner always made my heart smile big! What I’ll miss most is your sense of humor that was injected into so many of your stories and that mischievous laugh that so much reminded me of my Grandpa “Tino”. No doubt, a Cosentino trait! Heaven is a lot livelier and it’s comforting to know you are now reunited with your famiglia.
Until we meet again,
Love from your Great-Niece,
Laurie Holmes
Daughter of Angela Cosentino Dunning

Matt Holmes

21 juin , 2021

Rest easy Uncle Ray it was always such a pleasure to see you when we lived close to you. All of your stories were priceless. Say hello to my Great Grandpa Tino Dominick Cosentino. The family is back together may you rest in paradise.

Annette Thomas

21 juin , 2021

Uncle Ray,
You were a very special uncle. You had the best sense of humor and I always loved talking with you. We even shared the same political views. I know you are up there with my mom (your sister) and making the whole Cosentino family laugh. I will miss our phone calls. You lived a long and fruitful life and were very special to many people. God bless you and I was always proud to call you my uncle. I will miss you.
Love, your niece
Annette, Gene & Family xx oo

Diane Cosentino

20 juin , 2021

Sharon and family,
No matter how old we are, it’s never easy to lose someone we love. I will miss Uncle Ray and our phone calls exchanging recipes. He sure took pride in his cooking. I think that was a Cosentino trait since my dad, Fred, who was one of his older brothers, also loved to cook. Those are a few of the memories we hold onto and cherish. My heartfelt condolences, Sharon. Remember, I am just a phone call away.
Diane L. Cosentino (daughter of Fred and Violet Cosentino)