RAYMOND J. BICE

 

 

Raymond J. Bice, age 57, of Medford, died on Wednesday, August 25, 2010 at his home.

Funeral services will be held at the Boldt Funeral Home, Faribault on Thursday, September 2, 2010 at 10 a.m. Interment will be at Maple Lawn Cemetery, Faribault.

Visitation will be at the Boldt Funeral Home on Wednesday, September 1st from 5 to 8 p.m. and also one hour prior to the service on Thursday.

Raymond J., the son of George and Elenore (Copeland) Bice, was born September 11, 1952 in Faribault. He graduated from Faribault High School and attended vocational college in Faribault. He served in the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War. On June 2, 1979, Ray married Wilhelmina Smits in Rice County. Ray currently worked at Crown Cork and Seal, Faribault where he worked for most of his life.

He is survived by his wife, Willie; four children, Anthony Bice of Faribault, Janell (and Andy) Nelson of Shakopee, Steffen Bice of Faribault and Brittany Bice of Faribault; one grandson, Clyde Nelson; eleven siblings, Lloyd (and Marcella) Bice of Blue Lake, CA, Ardena (and Herbert) Meeks of Houston, TX, Carol (and Roger) Jacobson of Coon Rapids, Loretta Bice of Faribault, Walter (and Lois) Bice of Waseca, Arthur (and Ella) Bice of Faribault, Kay Smith of Faribault, Delores (and Thomas) Pansier of Faribault, Kathryn Bice of Faribault, Gerald (and Evelyn) Bice of National City, CA and David (and Linette) Bice of Faribault; many nieces, nephews, and other relatives.

He was preceded in death by his parents.


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Guest Book Memories Will Be Recorded Below

Name: Ruth (Carlson) Otto
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Date: Wednesday September 01, 2010

Memories

I was so sorry to read about Raymonds passing away. I knew the family while we were in school and attending the same church and youth activities. Just wanted to send my sympathy to the Bice family. May God comfort you during this time.

Name: Gerlyn (Bice) Hinds
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Date: Tuesday August 31, 2010

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I'm going to miss you, Uncle Ray. One of my fondest memories was the first time I could remember Uncle Ray. I was coming out of grandma's patio and seeing my dad standing next to a skinny man with a long beard. My dad introduced me and said "This is your Uncle Ray." There was a lot of people I met back then, but this memory was special to me. I pray for your family's comfort in this time. I am truly going to miss you. I wished we had more time.

Name: chris ozmun
Email: cozmun2159@hotmail.com
Date: Thursday August 26, 2010

Memories

RAY, I WILL REALLY MISS YOUR SMILING FACE IN THE MORNINGS. I REALLY LOOKED FORWARD TO U STOPPING AT MOBIL TO VISIT AND TO BUY YOUR LOTTERY TICKETS. WE USESD TO CATCH UP ON ALL THE FAMILY NEWS THEN. YOU WERE A GREAT UNCLE AND U WILL BE REALLY MISSED BY EVERYONE ESP. THE GUYS THAT U WORKED WITH EVERYDAY FOR SO MANY YEARS. THE LAST FEW MONTHS THEY WOULD STOP IN AND ASK ME ABOUT HOW YOU WERE. THEY ALL THOUGHT THAT YOU WERE A VERY STRONG PERSON. THE TIME HAS COME FOR YOU TO GO AND BE WITH AND TO TAKE CARE OF GRANDMA. YOU PUT UP A GOOD STRONG FIGHT FOR A LONG TIME. YOUR BODY JUST WAS TIRED OF FIGHTING AND WANTED TO GO HOME. YOU ARE IN A MUCH BETTER PLACE NOW AND YOU WILL NOT HAVE ANY MORE PAIN.I LOVE U AND I WILL B PRAYING FOR YOUR FAMILY