Rayma D Bale
November 25, 1933 – July 29, 2020
Rayma Bale, loving wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend, passed away Wednesday, July 2020. She was 86 years old.
Rayma was born November 25th, 1933 in the mining town of Pitcher, Oklahoma. She is survived by her cherished husband of 65 years, Frank Bale; daughter, Rayma Joy Gibbs (and husband Charlie); Frank Mitchell Bale (and wife Jennifer); 8 grandchildren, Rayma Nicole Coslette, Amber Zeigler, Christopher Bale, Mitchell Essex, Jordan Essex, Zachary Glass, CodiRae White and Dakota Collins; 15 great-grandchildren, Charleston Coslette, Finley Coslette, Brooklyn Zeigler, Mackenzie Zeigler, Ella Zeigler, Brooklyn Bale, Eligh Bale, Owen Bale, Brody White, Xander Glass, Gavin Glass, Mitchell Bale, Jaylen Valdez and Josiah Essex; sister, Norma Culberson (and husband Charles); 2 nieces, Celia Stserhstron and Terri Culberson. Rayma is preceded in death by her daughter, Renee Sciapiti.
In addition to her loving family, Rayma is survived by blessed friends Tony Merchant, Kevin and Kelly Hoover, Debbie and Louis Page, Susan and Kirby Dicappos, Dr. Doug Fraser, Darlene McDaniel, Reid Ross, Dr. Francis and Dr. Mestas.
A private family memorial service celebrating the life of Rayma will be held at a later date.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Rayma D Bale
August 5, 2020
I wouldn’t know where to start and not enough paper here for all my sweet memories with Auntie. We spent many summers together. When we were little she took us to a Santa’s Village, we spent camping trips all together Big Basin, Royal Pines. My Brother and I would go spend time during summer at their home and she was so much fun. Full of life🤗. I just can’t picture our life without her in it.
Auntie I loved you so much going to miss you😥 can’t believe your gone but we will see you again💕 Love you always.
My heart goes out to my Mom who is lost, loved her baby sister. And also to my Uncle Frank and Cousin Rayma and Mitch. And all the Family. I’m so sorry I love you all and your in my Prayers.
Love you always, Terri & Family
August 5, 2020
Aunt Darlene always had a mischievous twinkle in her eye. She definitely had a joy for life. There was a kindred spirit between us when I married her nephew, Jim and another Darlene was added to the family. She was well loved and will be greatly missed.
Our condolences to Uncle Frank, Rayma, Mitch and the rest of the family.
Darlene and Jim Culberson
August 4, 2020
My mother grew up in Picher, Oklahoma. Her parents names were, Paul Skinner and Mildred Ganstine. My mother loved her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren and unfortunately we are spread across the United States and she did not get to see them often. Mom loved to write letters and send cards, and she just loved getting mail from her family. She had the prettiest handwriting and she was an amazing artist. Mom could also sing! Her voice was powerful and she loved to sing to us as kids. I will miss my crazy mom, she was quite the character, and she loved a good prank. Love you mom! Rayma Joy