Obituary of Raymond George Dauch
Raymond George Dauch, a man of resilience, determination, and boundless love, passed away on Friday January 26th, leaving behind a legacy that spans continents and generations. Born in Syria, Raymond embarked on a remarkable journey at a young age, seeking opportunity and a better life in America. Little did he know that his journey would not only shape his own life but would also touch the lives of countless others.
In the bustling streets of New Jersey, Raymond found not only a new home but also the love of his life. He met Phyllis Dauch and together they embarked on a journey filled with love, laughter, and shared dreams. From their union blossomed three children, Raymond Dauch, Joseph Dauch and Tara Dauch. Which connected their spouses Dyana Dauch and Sheena Dauch. Later in life, he had another son named George Dauch. He also had three beautiful grandchildren, Arielle Dauch, Brayden Dauch, and Austin Dauch.
Raymond was a man of humble beginnings, starting his American journey as a janitor. However, his work ethic, resilience, and positive outlook on life propelled him forward. Through hard work and perseverance, he built a life of stability and success, proving that with determination, anything is possible.
Beyond his professional achievements, Raymond will be remembered for his kind heart, generous spirit, and unwavering optimism. He touched the lives of all who knew him with his warmth, compassion, and infectious smile. His presence brought light into the lives of those around him, and his absence will be deeply felt by all who had the privilege of knowing him.
Raymond George Dauch leaves behind a legacy of love, strength, and perseverance. Though he may no longer walk among us, his spirit will live on in the hearts and memories of those who knew and loved him. May his journey be one of eternal peace and may his memory continue to inspire us all to live our lives with courage, kindness, and unwavering determination.
Ray will be honored at Dangler Lewis and Carey on Thursday 1st, 2024. Visiting hours will be from 4-8pm, for a memorial service.