Raymond L. Blazik Sr. Obituary – Bucks County Courier Times


Raymond L. Blazik Sr.
Raymond L. Blazik Sr. passed away on Sunday, March 6, 2022 at his home, surrounded by his loving family at the age of 77.
Born in Philadelphia, PA, Mr. Blazik often shared stores of his childhood adventure in Pennypack Park with fond memories and nostalgia.
At he age of 17, he met his beloved, the late Virginia Eileen, with whom he shared his life and 57 years of marriage. To all who knew them, their relationship was a love story; they shared a special bond and friendship and had been nearly inseparable for their 60 years together. She adored him and was the light of his life.
He was the loving father of Walt and Raymond Jr. (Monica); and the devoted “Pop-Pop” of Lillian, Martin and Trey. He is also survived by his brother John and sister Victoria.
A longtime resident of Lower Bucks County, he was a family-oriented and hardworking man, who loved traveling with his wife, gardening, and bird watching.
Mr. Blazik was a friend to everyone he encountered. His generosity, selflessness, and unique sense of humor will be missed by many.
Services and interment will be held privately.
Posted online on March 11, 2022
Published in Bucks County Courier Times
Raymond L. Blazik Sr.
Raymond L. Blazik Sr. passed away on Sunday, March 6, 2022 at his home, surrounded by his loving family at the age of 77.
Born in Philadelphia, PA, Mr. Blazik often shared stores of his childhood adventure in Pennypack Park with fond memories and nostalgia.
At he age of 17, he met his beloved, the late Virginia Eileen, with whom he shared his life and 57 years of marriage. To all who knew them, their relationship was a love story; they shared a special bond and friendship and had been nearly inseparable for their 60 years together. She adored him and was the light of his life.
He was the loving father of Walt and Raymond Jr. (Monica); and the devoted “Pop-Pop” of Lillian, Martin and Trey. He is also survived by his brother John and sister Victoria.
A longtime resident of Lower Bucks County, he was a family-oriented and hardworking man, who loved traveling with his wife, gardening, and bird watching.
Mr. Blazik was a friend to everyone he encountered. His generosity, selflessness, and unique sense of humor will be missed by many.
Services and interment will be held privately.
Posted online on March 11, 2022
Published in Bucks County Courier Times

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