Ray W. Stokes
1929 - 2021
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Ray W. Stokes, a resident of St. Francisville, died on Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2021. He was 91 years old and was a retired Boilermaker from Local Union 582 with 30 years of service. He was born in a boxcar in Bude, MS on July 29, 1929. A private family burial was held at Feliciana Cemetery in St. Francisville. He is survived by his 2 daughters, Katie Price and husband, Ed and Gloria Golmon and husband, Michael, and a son, Earl Stokes and his wife, Melody, and 8 grandchildren, Robyn Golmon, Lindsey Weatherly, Randy Golmon, Katie Gray, Boone Golmon, Sarah Stokes, Leah White, Malcolm Gordon, and 9 great-grandchildren. Ray is preceded in death by his wife, Stella Leet Stokes, a grandson, Charlie Golmon, parents, Charles Stokes and Dora Caston Stokes, a brother, Donald Lee Stokes and wife, Ruth, and his companion of over 36 years, Oline Jacobs. Ray loved his family and he loved being with them. Special thanks to Dr. Herschel Dean at Northpoint Family Health and LaCour Assisted Living Facility family for all of their compassionate care over the years. Share sympathies, condolences and memories at www.CharletFuneralHome.com.

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Published in The Advocate from Feb. 20 to Feb. 21, 2021.
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February 25, 2021
So sorry for the loss of Mr. Ray....
His daily presence will be missed.
Rest In Peace Mr. Ray..

Rose O’Rear
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Rose O’Rear
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February 22, 2021
Ray and I go a long way back. I met Mr. Ray in 1973 at the Tin Shack Bar right down from Exxon. I worked across the street at a steel fabrication shop and i was also a Boilermaker. We met there everyday after work for years. I loved his laugh and the sense of humor he had was off the chart. We delta shut down I moved out to Exxon and got to work with him off and on. It was a blast for sure. I have missed mr. Ray for years and hate to hear of your loss.
May God Bless all of you and give you all comfort.
David
David Tannehill
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