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Robert Fray

Robert F. "Bob" Fray

Tuesday, October 9th, 1923 - Thursday, October 29th, 2020
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Obituary

Robert F. “Bob” Fray, 97 of Raytown, MO passed away Thursday, October 29, 2020 at his residence. Due to Covid-19 concerns the family will be having private services and burial in Roanoke Cemetery in Roanoke, MO. In lieu of flowers the family suggests memorial in his name to Harvester’s International or to the Blue Ridge Presbyterian Church. Bob was born October 9, 1923 in Kansas City, MO to William I. and Edna R. (Reed) Fray and has been a longtime area resident having graduated from Central High School. He also lived in Maryville, MO for 10 years. He had worked for several years for Pfizer Animal Health as a receiving clerk until he retired in 1988. He enjoyed camping and traveling with his wife and had traveled to all 50 states. He also had visited England, Germany, Italy and Greece. He was a member of the Blue Ridge Presbyterian Church, the Ararat Shrine Guides Flag Unit for over 30 years, Raytown Masonic Lodge and Scottish Rite. Bob also enjoyed scouting and was a scoutmaster for Troop #26 and Troop #37 for a number of years. He is survived by his son, R. Paul Fray and his wife Frankie Rene of Lee’s Summit, MO and a few close longtime friends and other extended family. He was preceded in death by his loving wife, Barbara Jean Fray on October 7, 2013. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at www.speakschapel.com (Arrangements: Carson-Speaks Chapel (816) 252-7900)
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    Roanoke Cemetery
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    MO- 129 North
    Roanoke, MO
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Vince Sciara

Posted at 02:01pm
I am sorry to hear of Bob's passing. I have many fond memories of him and Barbara from our involvement in the Ararat Shrine Guides Flag Unit.
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Deanna Nolann

Posted at 11:44am
Bob Fray was a phenomenal man. He was so thoughtful and caring of everyone. When I fractured my patella in January, he found a way to visit me at the Hospital, and when I was in the skilled nursing facility rehabilitating, he found another way to come visit me in bad weather. That touched me so much. He was very dedicated at keeping the Church's bushes trimmed. It meant so much to him I started helping him when it was getting too hard for him to do by himself. We developed a great bond at this time. I was very blessed to be a part of his life.
Deanna Nolan
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Bob and Linda Lockwood

Posted at 12:53pm
Bob was such a giving person. He did so much for the church and was always willing to help in any capacity. He and Barbara made a great couple, and had many close friends. He will be greatly missed. Bob and Linda Lockwood
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