Harry Raynold Weston

November 27, 1926March 8, 2019

Harry R. Weston, of Crossville, Tennessee, passed away in Clinton Twp., MI on March 8, 2019.

Beloved husband of the late Charlotte Marie (nee Irwin); adored father of Sue (David) Van Coillie, the late Gregory Kirk Weston, and the late David Lee Weston; proud grandfather of Carly, Brigette, Candice, Brittany, Greg, Raymond, and 11 great-grandchildren; dear brother of the late Marjorie, the late Ted, the late Richard, and the late Robert. Harry is also survived by his significant other, June Catherwood, many nieces, nephews, and extended family members.

Harry was a wonderful, loved, well-respected gentleman who proudly served his country with the Navy during World War II. His twinkle in his eye and his bear hugs will be greatly missed.

Private family services have occurred.


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Dave & Liz Sanders

March 11, 2019

Ray, as he was known to all his Panama City Beach friends, will be sadly missed by all. Ray always had a cheerful smile for all and a joke to tell. Dave & I will always have fond memories of Ray. Our condolences go out to June, who holds a special place in our hearts, and to his daughter Susie & all of his family. May he Rest In Peace.

Dave & Liz Sanders

Ward and Bev Rodman

March 10, 2019

Ray was a lovely man - full of wit and wisdom. He touched many hearts along his journey.
Enjoyed discussing and exchanging books with him.
We'll miss his gentle ways and that mischievous grin.
Condolences to his family and many friends. We've all lost a special person.
Ward and Bev Rodman

Dick and Deanna Loewen

March 10, 2019

We met Ray in Panama City Beach about 10 years ago and we were fortunate to become friends and have him as part of our southern family. Ray was always a gentle man and a gentleman. Always a real pleasure to be in his company.
We will miss his wonderful smiles and uplifting e-mails.
Condolences to June, Susie and family.

Much love..Dick and Deanna

Rick & Brenda Sims

March 10, 2019

We are so thankful to have shared some special times with Ray & June in Panama City Beach. Ray was always a gentlemen and always had a smile and a kind word. We will really miss him and his Birdie Fireballs.
Sincere thoughts to the family and his wonderful companion June.
Love Rick & Brenda Sims

Liz Johnson

March 10, 2019

I am Bill Catherwood’s niece. I am so grateful for the time Ray and Aunt June had together. Ray was a true gentleman and lots of fun too. We enjoyed our last visit with them in TN last August. I am so sorry for your loss. I will miss him and his smiling eyes.

Shirley Ann Welker

March 10, 2019

want to say to June, my neighbor, that i am sorry but he is in good hands now & I know you will miss his grinning face. Hope you are taking this ok June, he would want this of you. love, Shirley

Debbie Montgomery

March 9, 2019

I dont really have one memory, I just remember Mr. Weston was always there. My memory is of a kind man who loved his sons and his baby girl.
Sue and I were always at each others house. I even named my favorite doll Sue. Then in high school there was SWE. God bless those who were blessed to have Mr. Weston on their lives.