Raymond MASSA

December 31, 1958January 8, 2021

Raymond MASSA was born on December 31, 1958 and passed away on January 8, 2021 and is under the care of Robert Toale and Sons Funeral Home at Palms Memorial Park.

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Raymond MASSA

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January 25, 2021

Dear Viviane and family, I would like to offer my most sincere condolences .
I still remember vividly the times we spent together. When my husband Gabor came to Montreal, to speak at your Region, and after we went to have steak dinner with you and Ray. I thought Ray was going to live forever.
And remember, when he told us, He wants to take you and the children to Hungary, and Italy, to learn about His heritage. those were good times. Dear Viviane, remember the good time. That is what I do, and try to live my life, as if Gabor was here with me still. Otherwise I couldn't bear it.
Thinking of you, and praying for you, Eva

Stéphane Dubeau

January 22, 2021

Chère Viviane , tes enfants et ta famille ,

Je suis attristé d'apprendre le décès de Raymond , il est parti trop tôt .
Nous nous sommes rencontrés lorsque nous étions étudiants universitaires . Je me souviens d`un gars paisible , amical et toujours intéressé .
Bon courage et mes sincères sympathies , il veillera sur vous !


Perry Catena

January 17, 2021

I am very saddened to hear of Ray's passing. My heartfelt condolences go out to Ray's wife, Vivienne and their three beautiful children, family and friends. I knew Ray for many years through IG ~ he was a mountain of a man, driven, and passionate about anything and everything he put his mind to. I have fond memories of Ray as an eloquent speaker. He was a mentor to many. May the outpouring of support help to assuage your loss. RIP Ray ~ Sincerely, Perry Catena

Betty Moon

January 17, 2021

Sending my heartfelt condolences to Ray’s family. I was a member of Ray’s CWRU DM class and during those years we shared many wonderful conversations. Ray was a man with an incredibly good nature, admirable intellect, and a very deep love for his family. His time here was much too short.
With great sympathy- Betty Moon

Brian Newton

January 16, 2021

I am so sorry for your loss. I attended Case Western with Ray and I can’t tell you how many great memories I have of Ray, especially talking with him about his real estate investments and his radio show. He was truly a special person and he will be missed. God rest his soul.

Drew Sellers

January 16, 2021

Ray had such a great way of looking at a situation and getting to the heart of the matter. The three years we spent together as classmates in the doctoral program at Case are some of my best memories.

Hugh Rashid

January 15, 2021

Ray was a wonderful classmate who made Case Western DM classes lively and engaging. I remember his no non-sense can-do focused attitude combined with a pleasant personality which explains the tremendous success he achieved in life. It is too sudden and early for Ray to leave us. Will miss him dearly and prayers for his lovely family.

Margo Kraft

January 15, 2021

My heartfelt sympathy to Ray's family. He was a kind man and a wonderful CWRU classmate. He will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Bruce Gockerman

January 15, 2021

To a most wonderful person, friend and classmate. God's speed.

Randall Bambrough

January 15, 2021

My deepest sympathies to all of Ray's family. We first met in Cleveland back in August of 2005 when we both were attending Case Western Reserve University pursuing a doctoral degree. Our friendship started then and continued on.

Ray was such a great guy and on of my favorites. His life has been cut way way short and the world is less better off as a result of his passing. This is truly a sad moment for those of us who knew him.

Randy Bambrough