Raymond A. Therrien ... enjoyed flying

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ROCHESTER - Raymond A. Therrien, 86, of Rochester, died Sunday, June 2, 2019, following a period of failing health. He was born in Berlin April 23, 1933.
Loving husband, father, grandfather and Korean War veteran, he is survived by his wife of 61 years Doris; son Wayne and wife Laurie of Rochester; son Marc and wife Alyson of Barrington; grandchildren Stacy Bowers Therrien, Emily Therrien and Andrew Therrien. He is survived by sisters, Marie Vachon, Sister Florence Therrien, Jeanne Allaire and brother, Robert Therrien and predeceased by brothers Rene Therrien, Fern Therrien, Rosaire Therrien and sister Teresa Mains.
Raymond was a decorated Korean War hero flying in B-29s. He founded his business Rays Tool and Die in 1978 which later became RTD Technologies. After leaving the Air Force Ray enjoyed wood working, flying his Piper Cub and spending time with his family. He will be missed.

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