Raymond M. Nally (burial)

by Editor on June 14, 2012

Private Committal Service

Raymond M. Nally

Raymond M. Nally

Section 84 Lot 9 Grave 10

Raymond M. Nally, 61, of Wakefield, died unexpectedly Saturday. He was the husband of the late Betsy (Cooke) Nally. He was the son of Carolyn (Miller) Nally of Kingston and the late Thomas P. Nally.

Born in Lansing, MI, on May 17, 1951. At four, Ray moved to his lifetime home of South County, Rhode Island. Ray graduated from Cheshire Academy CT, and attended the University of Rhode Island. He was a lobsterman and had a great passion for the sea. He loved surfing and skiing as well as reading and discussing current events. Ray will be remembered for his devotion and dedication to his family.

Besides his mother he is survived by his daughter, Beau Cooke Nally of New Orleans, LA; two brothers, Tom Nally and his wife Patty of South Dennis, MA and Mark Nally of Narragansett; two sisters, Kit Schlosky and her husband Mark of Hingham, MA and Tricia Hogan and her husband Chuck of Cambridge, VT; and nieces and nephews, Lauren, Mike, Danny, Steph, Tim, Jim, Ricky, and Bill. He was the brother of the late Steve Nally. Visiting hours will be at the Avery-Storti Funeral Home, 88 Columbia Street, Wakefield, Tuesday from 4-6 PM, followed by a funeral service at 6 PM. Burial will be private. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to Pt. Judith Fisherman’s Memorial Foundation, PO Box 671, Charlestown, RI 02813 or the Kingston Improvement Association, PO Box 141, Kingston, RI 02881, for the care of the park, where Raymond spent much of his youth.

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Joycegoodman January 18, 2013 at 2:29 am

My heart and soul are existing in excruciating pain in your absence
Ray. Tears & doubt rarely subside.

Everything reminds me of you, how I failed you by not loving

You enough and by demanding too much. If I had the chance I would have done so many things differently. I would have been kinder and more helpful and I would not have been a burden. I pray

For your family and their healing and well-being.

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