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Obituary for Lori Ray

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Lori Ray

August 11, 1959 - July 27, 2016

On July 27, 2016, Lori Ray lost her battle with addiction.  She was born August 11, 1959 to Walter G. Ray and Myrna R. Ray.


Lori grew up in South Weber, Utah and was a graduate of Clearfield High School.  She also attended Utah State and Weber State.


Lori loved animals and cared deeply for the mistreated abused and strays.  She had a very caring heart and always made you feel welcome. She never forgot a holiday or a birthday.  She will be missed very much.


Lori was a member of the LDS Church.


Lori is survived by her sister, Jan Thurgood; nephews, Jace Clark, David Ray, Jr.; long time friend, Kelly Montgomery and her cats that she rescued: Katie Sue, Alex Jean, Peanut and Tuggy Ray.


She is preceded in death by her parents, Walter and Myrna Ray; brothers, Mike, David and Scott Ray.


Graveside Services will be held Saturday, August 13, 2016 At 10:00 AM at the Uintah Cemetery, 1500 East 6600 South, Uintah, Utah.


Arrangements under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary, 836 36th Street, Ogden, Utah.


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Date: Saturday, August 13, 2016

Uintah City Cemetery


1500 East 6700 South, , Uintah, UT,

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Graveside Services

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Date: Saturday, August 13, 2016

Uintah City Cemetery


1500 East 6700 South, , Uintah, UT,

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Born: August 11, 1959
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Julie Varney posted on 8/7/16

Hi, My name is Julie. I was reading thru the obituaries looking for a friend who recently died of liver failure, due to many years of addiction. I didn't find his, but seen the picture of your beautiful Lori. I didn't know her, but was struck so hard in the heart I HAD to reply. I'm also an addict. I've got 8 years sober, by the grace of something more powerful than me. I pictured my family writing my Obituary. Would they be strong enough, not too ashamed to put in writing of how I died? Yes, they would leave that part out. I just want to commend you on being candid. That your Lori was someone to be proud of, she had an illness! I'm so sorry for your loss, I don't have the words. I'm sorry for the nights you must've lost sleep, as my parents did. But its obvious your love for her was without end.