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Forest Lawn Funeral Home & Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens

2401 Southwest 64th Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL

OBITUARY

Raymond Keith Lue Young

July 22, 1928July 11, 2020

Raymond Keith Lue Young, affectionately called ‘HOAD’, just 11 days shy of his 92nd birthday, of Ft. Lauderdale, FL and Kingston, Jamaica, passed away on Saturday, July 11, 2020.

Raymond is survived by his wife Blossom, Children: Lloyd, Joan, Richard, Rose and Lester. Siblings: Inez (Cis) and Jean. Grandchildren; Marc, Eric, Nico, Wayne, Christian, Ryan, Chavonne, Christoff, Amara and Aria. Daughter-in-law, Tracey, Great grandson; Lucas, Shirley, Charmaine and Clariza. Nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. He is preceded in death by his parents Enos and Marie, his children Eric (Biggs) and Marie (Debbie).

The funeral service honoring the life of Raymond will be held on Saturday, August 8, 2020 at 1:00pm at The Shrine of Light Chapel, Forest Lawn South Funeral Home, 2401 Davie Road, Davie Florida 33317.

Services

LIVESTREAM SERVICE
8 August

Memorial Service

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Forest Lawn Funeral Home

2401 Southwest 64th Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33317

LIVESTREAM SERVICE
8 August

Committal Service

2:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Forest Lawn Funeral Home

2401 Southwest 64th Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33317

Memories

Raymond Keith Lue Young

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Sophia Mattis

August 3, 2020

Who could forget getting "ratta" from Uncle Sonny. Never quite understood why we kept going back for more because it hurt, but we did, it was our special ritual when we saw him when we were kids. Forever young in his checkered/plaid button front shirts, jeans, baseball cap and sneakers, that is how I will remember him, until we meet again Hoad, rest in slumber.

Love,
Sophia

Rose Moodie

August 1, 2020

My fondest memories will always be our phone conversations and how much dad made me laugh. There was never a dull conversation.
Even though he was up in age, his thoughts was that he was supposed to remain the energetic stallion. We would often laugh about what he should be drinking. LOL.
Dad your birthday was days away. My plan was for us to eat oysters, but you ascended.
You are missed, but will remain lovingly in my ❤.
Soar freely to the other realms.
Love always 🌹

Rose Moodie

August 1, 2020

My fondest memories will always be our phone conversations and how much dad made me laugh. There was never a dull conversation.
Even though he was up in age, his thoughts was that he was supposed to remain the energetic stallion. We would often laugh about what he should be drinking. LOL.
Dad your birthday was days away. My plan was for us to eat oysters, but you ascended.
You are missed, but will remain lovingly in my ❤.
Soar freely to the other realms.
Love always 🌹

Kimika Mattis-Ennevor

July 30, 2020

One of the funniest memories I have of Uncle Sonny is him asking all his nieces, nephews and grandchildren to pull his finger and he’d fart. We’d all run off while he would laugh uncontrollably! 😆
He used to call me Maxandra as I child and I didn’t know why, I’d just answer him.
I’m gonna miss our lunch outings with Blossom & my mom; his many jokes and of course, his colourful expressions and prolonged enunciation of expletives. 🤣
Until we meet again, walk good Hoad! ♥️

Clariza Sanchez

July 30, 2020

Grandpa, you will truly be missed. Marc and I will make sure that Lucas grows up knowing how much you loved him and how much he meant to you. You are the only grandfather that I have ever known and I thank Marc for sharing you with me for the past 20 years. I will forever cherish all of the memories we shared especially those with you and the baby. You are our angel now. Watch over us, protect us, and guide us as we raise your first great grandson. Rest well Gramps. We love and miss you!

Love,
Clariza, Marc, & your Great Grandson Baby Lucas

Carol Vineberg

July 26, 2020

When my mom was alive Blossom would spend Saturday morning to Monday morning caring for her. Every Saturday night Raymond drove by to bring Blossom a home cooked meal he had prepared for her. When I would visit my mother every few weeks from NY I always enjoyed getting to spend some time talking with Raymond. He was a devoted and loving husband, father, and grandfather who had found the “Fountain of Youth.” He never aged. RIP Raymond.

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Lloyd

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Raymond in his early days

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Joan

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Lloyd

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Raymond in his early days

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Joan

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Eric (Biggs)

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Marie (Debbie)

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Raymond's son, nephews, neices and daughter

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Mom with Raymond, Cis and Calvin

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Children and Grandchildren

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Raymond, Shirley, Children, Grandchildren & Great-Grandson

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