Raymond Earl Trice, Sr. age 85, of Dunwoody, GA passed away on Tuesday, July 19, 2016. He is preceded in death by his wife, Helen Jean Moore Trice; parents, Chesley Addison Trice and Janie Elliott Trice. He is survived by his son, Raymond Earl Trice, Jr and wife, Theresa of Lawrenceville, GA; daughter, Tamera Jean Trice of Lawrenceville, GA; grandchildren, Kelly, Catherine, Rett, Mark, Michael, Tracy, Tara and Hope; great grandchildren, Logan, Wesley and Isaac. A funeral service will be held at 11:00 A.M. on Saturday, July 23, 2016 at Wages and Sons Gwinnett Chapel, 1031 Lawrenceville Hwy., Lawrenceville, GA. 770-277-4550. Interment will follow at North Atlanta Memorial Park, 5188 Winters Chapel Rd, Atlanta, GA 30360. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in memory of Ray to the Wounded Warrior Project, 3343 Peachtree Rd, Atlanta, GA 30326. Online condolences can be expressed at www.wagesandsons.com

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  1. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your families Raymond and Tamera. Ray is now home with your mom and at peace.

  2. So sorry to hear this, Raymond. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this sad time. Much love, The O’Mara family xox

  3. You do not know me but my heart and prayers are with your family. Ray was a treasure to the Dunwoody North neighborhood. He will be missed!

  4. We are so sorry for your loss. May God comfort you and your family with loving memories during this sad time.
    God Bless,
    The Lewis Family?

  5. We are so sorry for your loss. Please know our prayers are with you??
    With love,
    Tal, Janie and Pace Clark

  6. I have sweet memories of your dad- he always had a smile on his face and made me laugh. Praying for you and your family. May the angels welcome him home.

  7. We will all miss Ray. He was always a pleasure to see when he came for visits. He was kind, gracious and the true meaning a “fine Southern Gentleman”. I will never forget his sweet voice and many comical expressions. He was part of our family from the first time we met him, and we all loved him. I could see him smiling through that beautiful full moon last night, and I think Mike was standing next to him. There must have been quite a reunion. God Bless Raymond, Theresa and Tammie and all his precious grandchildren. You will keep him alive in your memories.

  8. So sorry for your loss. May God comfort you in this time of grief. Thinking and praying for you all.

  9. Uncle Ray was always my favorite. He made you feel so special and he was so fun-loving. I’ll never forget when I was young at Grandmother Moore’s at Christmas time, Ray played Santa Claus, I really thought he was real looking in the window where my sister and I was suppose to be asleep. He always had that camera in his hand with directions from Aunt Jean, I’d like to know how many rolls of film they had over the years. I always loved him. Rest In Peace Uncle Ray

  10. I will always remember both your mom and dad when we were “growing up”. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. May God bless you.

  11. Thinking and praying for your family. So sorry for your loss. Celebrate his life and remember he will remain in your heart forever.

  12. Dear Raymond and Tammy and Family,
    Dr. EIth and I have been thinking about you but did not know how to reach you until now. We are so sad that your father has passed. We have such wonderful memories of your family– such good times we had! Those neighborhood memories we cherish. We think of you and hope to see you again to renew our ties! We miss you both and Ray and Jean.
    In sympathy,
    Beverly and Ronald Eith

  13. This is cuz Ron Mock. My mom and aunt Janie were sisters. Ray and I had a great and lengthy phone talk a year or so ago and I had no idea of his passing. I’m so sorry I didn’t get to Atlanta for a visit. I believe he’s in Heaven now…no more pain and no more suffering. PTL for his life and his beautiful family.

  14. Dear Raymond and Tammy,
    So sorry that I didn’t know about Uncle Ray’s passing. Talked with him a few years ago and I don’t do Facebook and such, but wish I had known. Hope your families are doing well. After both my parents died, we lost touch with Uncle Ray after a few years and am so sorry that we didn’t keep up with you two as well.
    My deepest sympathies to all of you.
    My Aunt Mae on the Poe side passed away this week and prompted me to try and get in touch with Uncle Ray, not knowing that he had gone Home. If there is anything I can do for you, or your families, or if you just want to touch base, late though it is, please email.
    Don’t know if you’ll get this at this late date, but know that we loved your dad and will miss him until we rejoin all the family in Heaven. Linda

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