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Gregory Paul Raymond

March 11, 1965November 22, 2021
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Gregory Paul Raymond, age 56, of Roseville, MI passed away on Monday, November 22, 2021, at his home. Gregory was born March 11, 1965 in Wyandotte, MI. He married Amber Lynn Atkinson on October 5, 1996 in Monroe.

Gregory is survived by his wife, Amber, daughter Kiley Raymond and son Conner Raymond; his mother Penny (Joe) Lakatos, siblings; Randy (Kathy) & Becky (Curt) Reichel and many other step and half siblings.

Greg served in the United States Navy from 1984-1988, he retired from Delta Airlines, and was the Roseville High School assistant bowling coach. Greg was a U of M fan enjoyed watching sports, fishing, hunting, bowling, golf and poker nights with his friends.

A visitation for Gregory will be held Sunday, November 28, 2021 from 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Kaul Funeral Home, 27830 Gratiot Ave, Roseville, MI 48066, followed by a funeral service from 6:00 PM to 6:30 PM.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.kaul-fh.net for the Raymond family.

  • FAMILY

  • Amber Lynn (Atkinson) Raymond, Wife
  • Kiley & Conner Raymond, Children
  • Penny (Joe) Lakatos, Mother
  • Randy (Kathy) & Becky (Curt) Reichel, Siblings

Services

  • Visitation

    Sunday, November 28, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Sunday, November 28, 2021

Memories

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Ronald Cook

November 29, 2021

I remember working with Greg on the USS Moosbrugger DD 980. We stood many watches together and worked in the same Deck department as Deck Sailors. It was an honor and a privilege to have known and worked with Greg. He will be remembered & missed.
I have included a picture of Greg I took back in May, 1986 as we were refurbishing our motor whale boat on the pier in Charlston, SC.
I am now a retired 1st Class Boatswains Mate.
Rest In Paradise Greg
May God bless the family and friends of Greg in this sad time.

Madison Radcliff

November 28, 2021

Greg was truly a second dad to me. I enjoyed bowling meets and practices because I knew he would be there and he just had the greatest spirit. He knew how to make people laugh. He always said it was like he had two daughters, because Kiley and I look and act so much alike. He was so supportive. He hated seeing his kids upset, he cared so deeply for Kiley, Connor and Amber. He’s so proud of you all. I remember any time I did anything at practice he always had that look of judgement, but laughing asking “what the hell are you doing.” He always said I was so weird. When I think of Greg, I think of that dang gold bracelet that was FAR too big for him and those dang sunglasses he always wore on his head. I’m going to miss you so much Greg❤️

Julie Bunge

November 28, 2021

We’re sorry we are not able to attend Greg’s funeral today. We have always enjoyed being with Greg at family gatherings over the years. He was always smiling, kidding & enjoyed being with family & friends. Greg will be greatly missed. We all loved him so much - Forever & Always ❤️
Uncle Steve & Aunt Julie, Lori & Lyn, Kaylee & Keith, Cody & Adri, Scot, Cierra & Tyler, Hailee & Logan, Ava & Trever

David Quinn

November 26, 2021

I was honored to have known Greg from working together at Pico back in the 90’s one of the coolest and funniest guys I’ve ever known I still remember the day he and Amber were married It saddens me to hear of his passing may Heavens angles welcome him home and let him continue to watch over his loved ones 🙏🙏Rip my friend

Hentkowski Family

November 25, 2021

Greg was always a sweet man to our family. I enjoyed talking to him when our boys played Baseball and teeball together. He will really be missed by us. RIP Greg.

Tammie Lakatos

November 25, 2021

Too many great memories with my brother Greg but the one that will always stand out is one night I snuck out through the basement window where our bedrooms were and he covered me from getting in trouble.. He always had my back I looked up to him. I love you my brother..

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