OBITUARY

Raymond Ray Reyes Jr.

December 22, 1969January 8, 2021

Raymond Ray Reyes Jr. age 51, was born in Houston Texas on December 22, 1969. He was taken home to be with our Lord and Savior on January 8, 2021.

He is preceded in death by his father, Raymond Ray Reyes Sr. and survived by his loving wife Marie Reyes, three beautiful children Daniel Martin Musquiz, Raymond Ray Reyes III, Jacob Santos Reyes, and grandson Daniel Martin Musquiz Jr. He is also survived by his mother Patricia Reyes, brother Adrien Reyes, sister Kristina Cooper and many other beloved family and friends. Raymond was loved by many.

He touched so many hearts through is laughter, jokes, love, and joyful soul. His contagious and infectious smile will never be forgotten, and he will live on in our hearts forever. Rest in God’s love, his everlasting wings and eternal peace.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.brooksidefuneralhomelauder.com for the Reyes family.

Services

  • Visitation

    Sunday, January 17, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Sunday, January 17, 2021

Memories

Raymond Ray Reyes Jr.

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Lucy May

January 18, 2021

I want to express my sincere condolences to the Reyes family. Marie was a wonderful friend when we worked together. Marie, know that it was a pleasure to meet and talk with your husband when the opportunity presented itself. I feel for you and your beloved family, and know that my prayers are with you and your boys. Raymond is now with god in heaven, and will be shining down on you all, and he will watch over you all as well.
Love and peace, and god bless you and your family.

Love your friend,
Lucy

Joe Torres

January 17, 2021

Dear Marie and Family:
I am thinking of you and wishing you peace and comfort as we all remember Raymond. He was a good man when I met him in school and, after reconnecting with him years later, I learned he became a remarkable man throughout his life. I am lucky to have had a chance to know Raymond and I will cherish the memories of fun times and conversations. May God surround you all with his healing love.
- Joe Torres

Valencia Doria

January 15, 2021

I was shocked and sad to hear about you. We had fun times when we were young. You were always smiling and we use to talk alot. You will be missed! Give my bro a hug for me. We will never forget you. Love u cousin!

Yolanda Gonzales

January 15, 2021

I wanted to offer my most deepest & most sincerest condolences to my friend Marie Reyes and all of her boys, I am literally in shock to hear the devastating sad news of the passing of her Beloved Husband, Raymond Reyes. I send my Love & Prayers to the Reyes Family so that they may be able to find Peace in their hearts after such a huge loss to this Loving Family. May Raymond Rest in Eternal Peace 🕊 🙏🏼
Your Friend, Yolanda Gonzales

Debbie Sehon

January 14, 2021

I worked with Marie many years ago. Unfortunately, I did not know Raymond that well but Marie always spoke very highly of him. She and I reconnected through Facebook and I was shocked to read about Raymond passing away. My thoughts and prayers are with Marie, their boys and grandson as well and friends and family.

Jesse & Paulette Hernandez

January 14, 2021

Raymond was one of a kind. He was a wonderful person, a great man. We have known Raymond since around 1994-95. He and Jesse used to work together during that time. We would always hang out after work and on the off days. He alway came to all our family events. He would make us laugh with his silly jokes and stories. And was always there giving a helping hand. You will be missed by many Raymond. Marie, we are so very sorry for your loss our heart breaks for you and your family. May God wrap his arms around you all and give you the comfort you all need in the days ahead. We love ❤️ y’all. God Bless.

Jesse & Paulette Hernandez

January 14, 2021

ME AND PAULETTE WAS SO SURPRISED TO HEAR OUR FRIEND RAYMOND REYES PASSED AWAY,. THE OTHER WEEK I POSTED A BIRTHDAY PICTURE OF US, BECAUSE WE WAS ON THE EAST COAST FOR HIS BIRTHDAY AND WE HAVE NOT HAD A CHANCE TO PARTY WITH HIM. I REMEMBER WORKING WITH HIM AND LATER HIS BROTHER ADRIAN, AS A TRAINER I WAS ASSIGNED TO TRAIN HIM AT WORK TO BECOME A CABLE AND TELEPHONE TECH, HE WAS VERY GOOD AT IT, HE BECAME A TRAINING ALSO AND CONTINUE TO DO NETWORKING AS A CAREER. HE WAS WITH ME AND MY WIFE PAULETTE AND OUR KIDS JOSHUA AND NICOLE WHEN THEY WAS YOUNG, AND LATER IN LIFE HE MET MY OLDEST SON AND HIS LADY BOO, HE USE TO RIDE TOGETHER ALL THE TIME WITH THEM, AND LOVED HIS NEW HARLEY. WE HAD LOTS OF GOOD TIMES TOGETHER EARLY IN LIFE AND HE BECAME A GOOD FRIEND AND A GOOD FAMILY MAN, HIS FAMILY MADE HIM VERY HAPPY ESPECIAL THIER GRAND KIDS, HE EYES WOULD LIGHT UP ALL THE TIME HE LOOKED AT HIS WIFE, HE LOVED HER VERY MUCH AND WE WAS HAPPY TO SEE OUR LONG TIME FRIEND SO HAPPY, I WAS LOOKING FORWARD TO TAKE THEM ON A RIDE OF A LIFETIME. HE WILL BE MISSED DEARLY, HIS FAMILY RAISED A GOOD MAN AND PROUD TO SAY HE WAS MY FRIEND, REST IN PEACE AND THANK YOU FOR ALL THE GOOD TIMES, I SEE YOU IN HEAVEN.

Jesse & Paulette Hernandez

Roland De La Cerda

January 13, 2021

I had the pleasure meeting Raymond in high school. We played football and basketball after school. He is one of the coolest dude I ever met. Im glad to call you a friend. May you Rest in Peace.
RoRo.

Nancy Alvara

January 13, 2021

I still can’t believe your gone brother in law I will miss your jokes , smile, and laughter. We lost a wonderful man. Your legacy will live on and you will be forever in our hearts.

Rene Trujillo

January 13, 2021

He was unique we grew up in the same neighborhood went to high school together outside that we had alot of crazy times as teenager's but he was my friend and he always had my back I'll always remember that cray laugh but more the times we played baskeball rip my friend , Dube

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY