Alexander Funeral Home - North Chapel

4200 Stringtown Road, Evansville, IN


Ray J. Stein

June 13, 1932July 23, 2019

Ray J. Stein, 87, of Evansville, passed away Tuesday, July 23, 2019. He was born June 13, 1932 in Evansville to the late Raymond and Nellie (Long) Stein. He retired from Whirlpool in 1995 after 40 plus years. He was the director of CEF’s Camp Good News for 52 years and was a member at Oakhill Bible Fellowship where he was an Elder and very involved Gideon. Ray was an Army veteran who loved his country and was very patriotic. He lived for his grandkids, who affectionately called him “Gper”. He loved golf and was a caddy through high school and college, and continued to play as long as he could. Ray was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Stein. He is survived by children, Jeff Stein, Linda Edge (Brian) and Heather Jobe (Matt), and grandchildren, Cole Stein, Addie Edge, Shelby Edge, Jacob Edge, Shane Kirchoff, Taylor Kirchoff and Everly Jobe. The family would like to give a special thank you to the staff at Wyndmoor and Heritage Hospice. A Memorial Service will be 5:00 p.m., Saturday, July 27, 2019 at Alexander North Chapel, 4200 Stringtown Road, officiated by Pastors Cliff Herring and Eric Rawdon. Friends may visit Saturday from 1:00 p.m. until service time at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to Child Evangelism Fellowship. Condolences may be made online at www.AlexanderNorthChapel.com.


  • Visitation Saturday, July 27, 2019
  • Memorial Service Saturday, July 27, 2019


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Timothy Cain

July 27, 2019

So sorry for your loss Jeff and Linda. I will never forget him. Thought of him often when I remember the times at Camp Olivet.

Sarah Meeks

July 27, 2019

Linda and family. I am so sorry to hear of Mr Steins passing. What a wonderful man he was and I will miss seeing him in the office. His humor was contagious and he always brightened my day. Your whole family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Sincerely, Sarah M with deaconess clinic downtown internal medicine.

Roger Walter

July 25, 2019

It was a an honor to have served with Ray on the Board of Directors of Camp Olivet. Ray was very instrumental in helping to develop Olivet as we know it today. When Ray spoke we all listened and took notice. The Board of Director of Olivet extend our thoughts and prayers to the family during this time. We hope this will be a time when Ray's life is celebrated by all of those he has touched during his ministry at Camp Olivet. He was a "very good man." One who loved the Lord and served Him with kindness.

Roger Walter Olivet Board of Directors

Chris Behme

July 24, 2019

To Linda and the family, my deepest sympathy. I will always remember your Dad’s goofy sense of humor. Sometimes he couldn't even finish his jokes without laughing before he was done telling them.

Becky Eads

July 24, 2019

They will never know all the countless lives they have touched in their ministry with CEF! I know me and my family are great ful to have known such a Godly examples of kindness, love and grace. Mary and Ray are probably surrounded by a multitude of children around the throne of heaven rejoicing in God's greatness.

Vince Botta

July 24, 2019

Ray and Mary both made such an impact through their work with CEF camp. Ray pulled me aside one summer when I was 14 and looked me square in the eye and told me that Camp Olivet was a special place and that there would always be a place there for me. Ray's confidence in who he thought I was made a significant impact on me then and now 40 years later, it's one of the first things that came to mind. I am looking forward to seeing Ray again in heaven. I'm so thankful for the hope we have in and through Christ Jesus. Linda, Jeff, and Heather - I'm very sorry for your loss. The world isn't as bright now as it was when your parents were here. I hope that your good memories and I pray that God's grace towards you will help you through this difficult time.

Lora Joyner

July 24, 2019

Ray could never recall my name all the years I knew him except for once. He then acted as if he couldn’t. Brings a smile to my face every time I think of him. What a man of God! We are blessed beyond measure to have called him friend. Peace and comfort to those left behind. Ensure you see him again one day.
Greg and Lora ( Lisa or whatever) Joyner