Raymond Glenn Coon

March 2, 1943April 6, 2013

Raymond G. Coon, 70, of Homosassa, passed away on Sat., April 6, 2013 at Cypress Cove Care Center in Crystal River. A native of Detroit, MI., he was born March 2, 1943 to Ernest and Marian (Tobey) Coon, one of two children. Mr. Coon was a retired police officer for the City of Detroit with 25 years of service to the motorcycle division. He moved here in 1999 from Wixom, MI. Upon his retirement, he remained quite active in many things, including operating sales booths out of Stokes and Howard flea markets specializing in military flags and badges, driving cars for Enterprise Car Rental and serving as a golf ranger at Citrus Hills. Raymond was a gifted woodworker, even making golf clubs. He loved playing golf and loved his motorcycles. Mr. Coon is survived by his wife of over 28 years, Susan K. Coon, Homosassa; his five children; Dean Coon, Cape Coral, FL; Sean Coon, Hamilton, OH; Jerry Engel, Hartland, MI; Jennifer Lansing, Tucker, GA and Jeffery Engel, Tampa; brother Dennis Coon, Harrison, MI; grandchildren Deanna and Leanna Coon, Ft. Myers; Zachary Coon, Bright, IN; Derek and Stacey Engel, Milford, MI; Aleia and Lily Lansing, Tucker, GA. and Ashleigh Engel, Tampa. Wilder Funeral Home, Homosassa. In lieu of flowers, please make memorial contributions in Raymond’s name to


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Arthur Rivers

April 13, 2013

Rest in peace Ray it was an honor to have worked with and known you.

Chuck & Karen Lingenfelser

April 11, 2013

Ray, you will be remembered. Great fun, & great memories.

Peggy Nichols

April 10, 2013

Sue, Dean and Sean,
My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your families. Ray was a very special friend with a great sense of humor. We shared many good times and happy memories. May he rest in peace knowing how much he meant to his friends. Sincere regards.

Chuck & Karen Lingenfelser

April 10, 2013

Ray, you will be remembered, often. Great memories.

Leon & Evelyn Narozny

April 10, 2013

Sue....and all of Rays family. Evelyn and I send our sincerest sympathy.
We both had many laughs and fun times with Ray,he truly was one of a kind.
Enjoy all the time you have with one another as I planned on seeing Ray
when we were in Florida, and now never will. Someone in heaven is getting a Euchre lesson, then getting beat trapshooting, yeah buddy.

Love, Leon and Ev

Staff of Wilder Funeral Home

April 8, 2013

Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.