Tydel Scott Ray Aug. 15 1966 to Aug. 15 2012

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Tydel was a resident of San Manuel since 1991 when he came to live with his parents William and Margie Ray. He was loved by all who knew him. He was great at making everybody laugh.

Tydel left behind friends and family who loved him dearly starting with his first girlfriend when he moved here, Susan Renee Keegan Ray, Lisa Waker and family, Jack David, the Pohl family, and his life long friend from Nevada, Mark Mattson.

The Lowe family from Tucson, his half brother William Ray, Jr. from Maryland, his four year old daughter Olivia Ray and his last girlfriend Deanna Brunson. But the one who stands above them all is his friend Frank Howard who was there day in and day out until the very last moment.

There are many more who go unmentioned, but you know who you are. There will be great sorrow when he is remembered.

There will be a memorial service at the Tydel’s house at 237 Avenue A on Saturday, October 13 starting at 4:00 p.m. Please bring your own beverages and a potluck dish. Hope to see you all there.

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