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Donald Lee Raynor
Donald Lee Raynor
Maysville…………Donald Lee Raynor, age 87, was born May 28, 1923 in DeKalb County the son of Forrest Parker and Grace Tamanda Jane (Maltsburger) Raynor and passed away March 7, 2011 in Cameron.
Donald served in the United States Army during World War II and on June 15, 1947 in Troy, Kansas. To this union two sons were born. He was a loving husband, father, and grandfather. He and Neva owned and operated Fairport Store and Restaurant for many years.
He loved spending time with his family, fishing and being outdoors.
Donald is preceded in death by his parents; one son Bobby Lee Raynor; three brothers, Wayne Parker, Darrell Andrew, and Paul E. Raynor; three sisters, Lucille Able, Doris Pearl, Twila King; and one great-grandson, Donald LaBarre IV.
Survivors include his wife Neva Mary Raynor of the home; one son, James Parker Raynor, Sr. of Maysville; two grandchildren, James Parker Raynor, Jr., Osborn, Tamanda Jean LaBarre (Donald) of Mayville; one great grand-daughter, Aunestee Mane LaBarre, Maysville; and nieces and nephews.
Cremation under the direction of Bram-Turner Funeral Home, Maysville. Graveside Memorial services will be 11:00 a.m. Saturday, April 16, 2011 at Fairport Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions to DeKalb County Historical Society. www.bram-turnerfuneralhome.com
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