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Raymond James Perron

April 8, 1934 ~ August 23, 2021 (age 87)

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Blanche and David Alexander
September 6, 2021 9:54 AM
Ray was a very special member of the Lakes Region Senior Center in Gorham. He was there from the very beginning. So well liked, so cheerful. Made our morning coffee often and welcomed all who came to visit. You will be missed.Our condolences to all of his family.He was one special guy!
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Joel Rogers
August 25, 2021 1:46 PM
The JC Best League congregated the best hoop players, therefore league, in Maine's history. Hall of Fame players like John Jordan and Chris Jerome to name a couple. Studs of the late 60's and early 70's made the trip from York, Bruce & Wayne Boardman, Sherm Seawood and Rick Brault. Couple of guys travelled up from Providence College to join the fray. One defining moment was a semi-final game and I was assigned John J. I kept him uner 35 and we thought we had the game won. Mark Perron grabbed a missed foul-shot took two dribbled and banked in half-court shot to beat us by one. No 3's back then. Mr. Perron stepped up post JC Best and we played a year at the Westbrook Pool location and a year at the Expo before resettling at SMCC. Those games were often played in the 100's, again no 3's. Basketball in the 70's 80's and into the early 890's was kept alive by Eddie Griifin, Mr. Perron along with Forest Gardens, Stetson Club, Shields Meats, Beverage Warehouse, Olympia, Morse Payson & Noyes and the Lobster guru Peter Mc. Thank you Mr. Perron for allowing us to play the great game of basketball with Maine's best, plus the beers after sitting on the hoods of our cars. Special thoughts to Mark, a Deering Ram that us Portland Bulldogs enjoyed playing with and against.
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Linda Scala
August 25, 2021 10:13 AM
Dad, you were the light in our family and will be sadly missed by all who knew you. You are at peace now. You lived your life to the fullest and helped raise a wonderful family. Love forever and always...and yes dad, it's redundant, but it's my saying! Linda
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Katherine Edwards
August 26, 2021 12:52 PM
So sorry for your loss. Your dad sounded like such a wonderful person and dad. My condolences to you and the whole family. Love, Kathy DiMillo Edwards
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Clarence Wisecup
August 25, 2021 9:47 AM
We will miss our friend Ray , his friendly smile and encouraging word.

Clarence Wisecup, Lakes Region Senior Center
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