Wendell Ray Death, Obituary – It is possible that many of you have already heard the news that our dear friend Wendell “Vic” Ray passed away suddenly on Tuesday, January 3rd. If you haven’t already, please let me know as soon as possible. Even if that is not the case, there is a good chance that many of you are already familiar with the information. Whether you knew him as Wendell or Vic, he was a close friend to a large number of people regardless of which name you used. This was the case irrespective of the name by which he was known to you.
After getting to know Wendell better, it was impossible for us to avoid developing affections for him. It was impossible to behave in any other way given the circumstances. He was a true gentleman who embodied characteristics such as love, daring, and compassion in his everyday life. There is a proverb that says “there will never be another one like him,” and it is true since joy always accompanied him wherever he went. “There will never be another one like him,” the proverb says. This is an authentic proverb due to the fact that there will never be another person like him.
Even though Wendell’s family and friends are experiencing unimaginable grief at his passing, we would want to take this opportunity to reflect on the positive influence that he had on the lives of so many others. On the day that it is set to take place, there will be a Celebration of His Life held at the Inn at The Virginian at 2:00 p.m. on the 21st of January (Nicewonder Farms and Vineyards – 22010 Nicewonder Dr, Bristol, VA 24202).
Join us as we honor the life of our close friend and celebrate his life together. The get-together will have a laid-back atmosphere, and our goals are to remember the many humorous pranks that Wendell pulled throughout the years while also paying tribute to the kind of person he was and the important part he played in all of our lives. The get-together will be held in Wendell’s honor, and we will remember the many humorous pranks that Wendell pulled throughout the years. We have the highest, highest, highest hopes that you’ll be there.
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