Raymond Arthur Sicard

July 27, 1929October 6, 2020

Raymond Arthur Sicard, 91, passed away on Tuesday evening, October 6, 2020. He was born in New Orleans on July 27, 1929 to Arthur and Clemencia Miller Sicard. He was the beloved husband of the late Joan Swetman Sicard. Father of Arthur Raymond Sicard II (Helen), Bill Sicard (Jan), and the late baby Mark Stephen Sicard. Grandfather of Leanne S. Frenkel (Brandon), Rayanna Sicard, and Kaelynn Sicard. Great-grandfather of Madison Michelle Frenkel and Austin David Frenkel. Brother of John “Jack” Sicard (Jean) and the late Carol Blythe (Donald), and Charles “Chuck” Sicard (Cynthia). “Ray” grew up in New Orleans and graduated from Warren Easton High School and attended LSU. He proudly served in the United States Army. He worked for many years as a Salesman and General Manager for Crescent City Wholesale and owner of A&W Sales. He was an avid sailor, enjoyed woodworking and furniture making. A private memorial service will be held. An online guestbook is available at


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Raymond Arthur Sicard

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October 19, 2020

So sad to hear of the passing of Ray.
My condolences go out to Ray’s Family especially Arthur, Helen Rayanna and Kaelynn. Sleep easy Ray.

walter lorino

October 19, 2020

I did not know Mr. Ray but I have known his son Bill since high school days at Rummel High in Metairie. I'm sure he was a fine man, for his son is a fine man . I know Bill and Jan will miss him. it is hard to lose your father. I try to keep my father in my heart ,thus he is always with me. May the gates of Heaven open wide for him.

Walt Lorino and Lois

August and Sonya Gallo

October 12, 2020

We are the (weekend) neighbors on the East side of Ray.
Sonya and I have been neighbors of Ray and Joan for 36 years.
For all of these years we talked over the fence with Ray and Joan and in the last years after Joans' passing with Ray.
They were wonderful neighbors; always pleasant and fun to talk to.
In the last few years we spoke with Ray by phone and in March, just before the Covid-19, I visited with Ray and had a great hour or so visit.
Ray was an awesome neighbor, a friend, always ready to check on our property when we called. He will be missed; may God Bless His Soul . August and Sonya Gallo

Cindy Moore

October 9, 2020

Tim and I are neighbors of Mr. Ray. We are saddened to learn of his passing. He was a great neighbor and he will be missed. Rest in Peace Mr. Ray.
Cindy and Tim Moore


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