Raymond Edmund Van Landuyt, Jr.
- June 25, 1929 - October 12, 2010
- The Hills, Texas
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Hi Dirk and Van Landuyt family,
Please know that some old (Mass Mutual) friends in Longmeadow were sad to hear about your dad. We're so sorry for your loss.
Posted by: Mary Ryan-Kusiak - Longmeadow, MA - old friends from Longmeadow, MA Feb 24, 2011
To Ray's family, I confess that I was not a personal friend of Ray's, but I graduated from WTHS in 1948. As a frosh, I did not like basketball at all. Then someone "dragged" me to a game in late '46 or 1947 when Ray played on an unbelievable team with players lake Dave Allen, George Clark and others. I don't think I have missed a high school basketball game since. Ray and a player named Elsbury impressed me a
Posted by: Edward R. May, M.D. - Grayslake, IL - Admirer from sixty some yrs. ago Oct 27, 2010
Jill, Jim, Travis, Jordan and Mitzi we are sorry for your loss. We knew Ray for only a short while, but loved his smile and enthusiasm for life. He was always so kind to us. We pray God shows you favor and comforts your hearts.
Posted by: Patrick and Twink Potts - Elgin, TX Oct 18, 2010
Dear Van Landuyt family,
I am so sorry for your loss. May the memories of great times you shared bring you comfort and keep him close to you always. You are in my thoughts and prayers through this difficult time.
Posted by: Tracy Dodson - Arlington, TX - Friend Oct 18, 2010
So sorry to hear about the loss of your father. Having walked in your shoes just two weeks ago, I can appreciate the sadness you must be feeling. My prayers are with you and your family.
Warm regards, Greg Reynolds
Posted by: Greg Reynolds - Austin, TX Oct 17, 2010
To the Van Landuyt family, Sorry to here about the loss of Ray, our memories are vivid from when you lived next to us in Rockford. We were so sorry to see you move from Rockford, you were the greatest neighbors anyone could have had.
Pete, Lena and Steve Vaccarello
Posted by: Pete, Steve and Lena Vaccarello - Rockford, IL - Friends Oct 16, 2010
Dean and the Van Landuyt Family,
I am sorry for your loss. My memories of your father are filled with fun and laughter. I remember tail-gating at the Texas football games and the tape of the college "fight-songs" he would play, greeting those who passed by going to the game. He will be missed.
Posted by: Greg Stephens - Austin, TX - Friend Oct 16, 2010
Dear Van Landuyt family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this very difficult time. May the passage of time, the comfort of family and the memory of Ray ease your suffering and bring you peace.
We are so sorry for your loss.
Ann, Larry, Rhea and Max Lieberman
Posted by: Ann Lieberman - East Setauket, NY - sister in law Oct 15, 2010
My prayers are with you and the entire Van Landuyt Family during this time of loss. Take comfort in family and friends. As time passes may your heart be filled with wonderful memories and take comfort in knowing your father is at the right hand of God today.
Posted by: Belinda Bristol - Friend and co-worker Oct 15, 2010
Mitzi, Dirk, Laura, Quinn, Cole and the entire Van Landuyt Family:
Our thoughts are with you all during this time of grieving and great loss, and our prayer is that you experience Strength and Comfort through family and friends in celebrating the life of a wonderful man, loving husband and proud father and grandfather.
Rod, Ali Grace and Raymond
Posted by: Rod Dusinberre - Delray Beach, FL Oct 15, 2010
Our condolences, prayers, and best wishes To you Jill, Jim, Travis, Jordan, on the loss of your father Jill. To all of your family, we wish only the best. As time passes and the grief begins to subside, may your heart be filled with a treasure house of golden memories. Blessings as you continue on your spiritual journey.
Posted by: Bill Kavanaugh - Dallas, TX - friend Oct 14, 2010
Our fathers depart, but never their love and never the lessons they've taught us, never their guidance, never their blessings, never the joys, they've brought us. Though we try to prepare, we are never prepared enough but there is a compassionate God in heaven who sees, who cares, who comforts.
May you and your family feel God's presence as you grieve the loss of your father
Posted by: Silvia & Manny Velez - Dallas, TX - friends Oct 14, 2010