Condolence & Memory Journal

So sorry to lose a very nice guy
With a great family. GOD BLESS

Posted by Jeanine Smith - New Port Richey, FL - Family Friend   June 12, 2020

My deepest condolences for Ray's family and loved ones. I knew Ray from the Caring for Our Common Home group at St. Cornelius. He loved his family so much and was very proud to be a husband, father and grandfather. He had such a sharp mind for business, and brought a lot of great ideas to the table. Above all was his love for Jesus. You will be missed Ray, rest in peace.

Krista Zerega,

Posted by Krista Zerega - Friend   June 12, 2020

Our Wednesday happy hours were always full of laughter and spirited conversation. Ray always brought a thoughtful opinion which was discussed amongst our group with the conclusion always ending in laughter. That is why we were there, to share in the laughter. To live in the moment and enjoy the company.
He loved his children, he loved his church and he loved life. Lucky man.
Ill miss you Ray.

Posted by Brian Egan - Friend   June 11, 2020

Ron We are so sorry to hear of your Fathers passing. He always made our family feel welcome. He was a true gentleman. My deepest condolences to the entire Subers family. Rest In Peace Mr. Subers.
Debbie & Lou Reilly

Posted by A friend   June 11, 2020

The world has lost a true Gentleman. I knew Ray through business and he was always a professional. I had many meaningful conversations with him over the years and he shared his knowledge freely. I learned a great deal from Ray and will surely miss him. Sincerest Condolences to the Subers Family.

Posted by Dan Fink    June 11, 2020

Always with a smile and a helping hand. Not to mention his dancing abilities. Ray will always be remembered as a good neighbor and some one to occasionally have a drink with.
Tom Cousins

Posted by Tom Cousins - Kennett Square, PA - Friend   June 11, 2020

Glenn, Gary, Ron - I am so sorry to hear of your dad's passing. Please accept my heartfelt sympathies.

Posted by Britta Strop - Dover, DE - Friend   June 10, 2020

Our deepest sympathy for the family. Uncle Ray will remain in the hearts of those who knew and loved him. We will keep all of you in our prayers.

Posted by Harry & Donna Goldy - Swarthmore, PA - Family   June 10, 2020

May peace be with all of you at this time of loss! I am imagining Lew Hutton and my dad, Ange Sutera, having a celebration to welcome Ray home. Quite the Army reserve bunch they were, and good friends to boot.

Posted by JANICE Sutera - Herndon, VA - Family Friend   June 10, 2020

Tony and Kim Houser are very sorry to hear of our friends passing. As you know Tony and I shared years of Wednesday nights together with Ray. We enjoyed our conversations and sharing a meal together. We often had combined friends and family join us. Ray proudly shared with us his life story. How he grew up, Went to Drexel, served our country. He told us he was married to the love of his life Mary. When talking of Mary he would share memories of the shore. Their worldly travels at the finest resorts. His pride and joy is his family. He spoke of each and every one of you with a smile, pride. He was so very proud of each of you. A love so deep we could feel it. He was so proud of your accomplishments, jobs and all your hobbies. We shared laughter, concern for the world, sports, games and even politics. He was proud of his home and the family business. We loved to tease each other and we would laugh our night away. We were there to talk to each other when we would have life situations to ponder. We are not sure who enjoyed our Wednesday evenings more, Ray or us. We will miss him. We know he is smiling down and so happy to be with Mary and Raymond. May his memory bring you peace at this difficult time. Hopefully a smile and a laugh, something he loved to do.

Posted by Kim Houser - Friend   June 10, 2020

Please accept our condolences on the loss of Ray. We got to know Ray through our neighborhood and enjoyed his grace, his advice, and his integrity. We feel enriched having known Ray. God bless you and your family.
Doug & Martha Sherman

Posted by A friend   June 10, 2020

So sorry to hear of the loss of Ray Subers. My thoughts and prayers are with his beautiful family.

Posted by Martina Altomonte - Friend   June 10, 2020

Dad was a principled man of integrity. A man of his word. He was a proud man, proud of his family, proud of his accomplishments proud of his business. He loved his wife Mary, beyond words. He called her his angel, and she was.

Dad's commitment and support are reflected in his friendships he had all his life. Life long friends to this day. None more than that of his brothers, Walt, Dave and Bill. They were very close, and he loved them and their wives. Aunt Mickey, was one of his best friends and to this day, in their hearts are like siblings.

Ray could walk into a room, and make each and every person feel special. He was articulate, well read and always entertaining. He mastered the art of conversation and always had a joke to put a smile on your face.

He deeply loved his sons, Ray, Ron, Gary and Glenn, and their wives. He was also proud of them. Jeri Beth had an amazing, loving relationship with Dad, and has been our rock helping us get through this loss. It is tragic that we lost Ray (his eldest son) prior to his death. It was one of his greatest sorrows.

Lastly, he deeply loved all his grandchildren. He was thrilled by their talents, he boasted often, and rightfully so.

He will be missed terribly, and will forever be in our hearts. We are grateful for the life he led, and the legacy that remains.

With love and remembrance.

Lisa

Posted by Lisa Subers - Kennett Square, PA - Family   June 10, 2020

My deepest sympathy to the Subers Family for the loss of your loved one, Raymond Eugene, and pray God gives you comfort, peace and strength.

Posted by JW/JKH    June 10, 2020

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will miss our Wednesday evening always.

Posted by Mike Piorkowski - Friend   June 10, 2020

I am saddened to read of Rays passing. Everything his son posted is so on point. In that I had not seen Ray within the last 6 months I wondered how he was doing. I met Ray and his wife through business and I can say they were such quality npeople. I am honored to have known them.

Myron Sardo

Posted by A friend   June 09, 2020

My husband Ken worked for S & S for 30 years. We are very sorry for your loss. Will keep your family in our thoughts and prayers.

Posted by Ken and MaryJane Black - Drexel Hill, PA - Family   June 09, 2020

My husband Ken worked for S & S for 30 years. We are very sorry for your loss. Will keep your family in our thoughts and prayers.

Posted by Ken and MaryJane Black - Drexel Hill, PA - Family   June 09, 2020

I loved my Dad very much. He had a kind heart, was always willing to help others in need and loved his family and friends. He enjoyed a wonderful life with my Mom until she passed 15 years ago and even after best he could still enjoying his family. He was a man of heartfelt integrity. He will be missed. Ron

Posted by Ron Subers - Kennett Square, PA - Son   June 09, 2020