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Daniel E Raymond
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With heavy hearts we announce the sudden passing of Daniel “Danny” Raymond on Sunday September 3, 2023, at 66 years.
Beloved husband of Leah. Loving father to Bradly (Sylvie), Tonya (Jamie), Dakota and Hunter and the best Papa to Ava, Korrie, Dylan, Kaitlyn, Kyler and Kasen. Treasured Godfather to Sherry Beyer and Stephanie (Riopel) Neufeld.
Brother to Theresa (late Marcel) Lizotte, late Jerry (Jackie) Vanier, Pauline Vanier, and Patti Lauziere. He will be missed by many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his parents Donald Raymond and Antoinette St. Louis Laminman.
Growing up Dan loved his outdoor toys. Snowmobiling, dirt biking, four-wheeling and racing motorsports. He began his family life with Theresa and welcomed with her his 2 first children, Bradly and Tonya.
As many knew him, he was a kind caring, sweet man. Giving his shirt to anyone that needed help. With Dan, you never had to call, in just telling him that you were reshingling your roof, he would show up bright and early, ready to go.
Later in his life, he met the young, vibrant, beautiful Leah. They began their journey together, travelling, golfing, camping eventually extending Dan’s family with the birth of Dakota and Hunter.
Dakota was brought into the world and was his shining star. She rejuvenated and ignited his love of children and she had him wrapped around her baby finger. Throughout his time with her they remained buddies and had a very strong bond.
Hunter (appropriately named) came into Dan’s life and opened a whole new world of possibilities. A hunting and fishing partner, along with hockey and evening basketball on Lamarche Street.
Dan’s passion for hunting was beyond compare and could never be stifled. Annual hunting trips with the Beyer Crew were never missed, always talked about, and will always be remembered.
Dan spent most of his working career at the Kidd Creek Metallurgical Site in the Leach Plant, where he liked to experiment by making changes the circuit, arguing with the engineers, and was nicknamed Dr. Dan.
After his retirement he was able to spend more time at home and his love of gardening transpired. He was especially proud to grow the hottest hot peppers around and filled everyone’s fridge with cucumbers and tomatoes.
His untimely, unexpected, passing has brought heartache to all that knew him. The “Garage” is where he will forever be and remembered to be.
Donations to the Timmins Fur Council will be gratefully acknowledged by the family.
The family will receive friends on Friday September 8th, 2023, from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Stinson Funeral Home, 100 Bruce Avenue, South Porcupine, ON, P0N 1H0 (705)235-2900 www.stinsonfuneralhome.net