In Loving Memory Of
Raymond Solomon
1940 ~ 2024

In loving memory of Raymond Solomon

Dieppe, NB – With heavy hearts, we say our final goodbyes to Raymond Solomon, who passed away on February 22nd, 2024, at the Moncton Albert Hospice House in Moncton. May he rest in peace.

Born in Killarney, Ontario, Ray was the son of Arthur and Eva Solomon, and brother to Priscillia, Eva, Eugene, Anthony, Anne, Genevieve, and Arthur. He was predeceased by siblings, Donald, and Theresa.

He served in the Canadian Air Force and worked as an electronics technician in Cape Breton and Moncton.

Ray’s journey was one of resilience, joy, and curiosity. His unwavering spirit and compassionate soul was a source of comfort to those around him. A steadfast friend, he cultivated deep connections that transcended time and circumstance. Devoted to his work as a liaison officer between native inmates and prison staff, he was proud of his opportunity to impact lives. His passion for research on tsunamis and glaciers led to the discovery of evidence never before seen or poorly understood.

Loved by everyone who knew him, Ray is survived by his children: John Arthur, Chad, Jennifer, Jeannie, and Christian; his grandchildren: Marilyn, Colby, Sabrina, Amber, Molly, James, Ashley, and Gemma; his great grandchildren, as well as his devoted companion, Annette.

In our hearts, his memory will forever thrive, and he will be dearly missed.

In respect with his wishes, there will no visitation or funeral service.

The family invites you to sign a book of condolences at:

Arrangements under the professional care of Passage Funeral Cooperative and Cremation Center, 363 Amirault Street, Dieppe, NB, E1A 1G1, 506-857-1901.

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  1. Sending our love and prayers to all of uncle Ray’s loved ones, Kristan, Jennifer, Mackenzie and Eriksen Straub

  2. Dear Solomon Family,
    I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your dear brother, father, grandfather, great-grandfather. I share in your sadness. Please accept my condolences.
    Susan FitzGerald (Pelletier)

  3. Our deep condolences for the Family! good journey Ray taking our great love to You and the Family. My greeting to Your Father and Mother…

  4. What a beautiful and true tribute! Ray’s love, generosity and compassion were a few of his many gifts. His love for family and for Annette was strong even in the face of difficulties and suffering. He was committed to justice and healing. He was very special to me and I will miss him. May his return to his Creator be one of great joy, blessings and everlasting peace and love. I’ll miss you Ray.

  5. Condolence’s to the Solomon Family on the passing of Raymond he was a very nice man, he spent some time with us when he visited Sudbury we had some great conversations about Ojibway and Irish people he laughed when I told him I was an East Indian he and my wife Elaine would talk all night,
    The Charrier and Courtney Family.

  6. Condolences to all of Ray’s family near and far. Sending love to John Arthur and family, Jennifer and family, Christian and Gemma, Jeannie and family and Chad.

  7. Our condolences to all of the family and friends. Ray was a special friend, helpful , kind, intelligent, and so much more. We will miss his visits back to Cape Breton.

  8. I knew Ray many years ago when he worked on tower at Money Point. He was a kind and gentle soul. My condolences go out to family and friends.

  9. So sorry to hear of your dads passing..deepest condolences to you all from Connie and myself.

  10. My condolences to Jennifer, John Arthur, Jeannie, Chad, Christian and Chad and all rays family. From the time I was a little boy 4 years old I remember how sweet your dad was to me! As well as how you all accepted me into your lives as a little boy. I rem ” lil Mikey ” your dad’s calling me and me being around your family brought me comfort to me as a scared confused little guy! Ray will always hold a place in my heart! He was an amazing man that helped and effected a lot of people in life in a positive manner. He will always be remembered in my heart til I am called back home! Rest in peace Ray. I can only hope to effect half the people you did in life in such a powerful positive manner! Fly high my friend until we meet again!!

  11. Condolences to Ray’s family . Ray was a gentle man .A cousin that I saw a few times when he was in Sudbury . R I P cousin . The Fugiel family .

  12. so very sorry to hear about the loss of your dear brother, father, grandfather, great-grandfather. may he journey well. sending my condolences

  13. The world has lost a good soul. My thoughts are with Annette and his children and all his family.

  14. Sincere condolences to all of the Solomon family. We are very saddened to hear of cousin Ray’s passing. May he rest in peace.

  15. My family’s condolences to the Solomons and all those readjusting during this transition. On a trip out to the East Coast when I was young, my mom and dad stopped by to visit Raymond- he left a lasting impression and I have wonderful memories of that time.

  16. Annette, c’est Jeannette, ton ancienne voisine. Ahhh que je suis triste d’apprendre la nouvelle de Ray! Mes sincères sympathies, Annette. Un jour j’aimerais qu’on puisse se rencontrer et juste jaser…Prends bien soin!

  17. My heartfelt condolences to you all .. ❤️ from your Cutler family…Hugs!

  18. Raye was a dear friend to me and my husband Keith. We enjoyed our friendship with him and Annette, so many good times, travel and meals together, and always good laughs, rest in peace dear friend. Florence Robart

  19. Toutes nos condoléances Annette. Raymond va nous manquer. Il était toujours prêt à nous donner un coup de main. C’est important de pouvoir compter sur de bons voisins. Tu peux compter sur notre soutien et notre aide quand tu en auras besoin.
    Amitié, Hélène et Valmond

  20. Sorry to hear of Ray’s passing had great chats with him many times.Very fine man.

  21. Thank you everyone for your messages. We will all miss him. It’s a mixture of sadness and relief that his suffering is over. He’s on his way to start a new adventure. Bon voyage Ray.

  22. Annette,
    What a beautifully written obituary and photo.
    Please know that you are not alone in your grief as shown by the numerous comments showing gratitude, respect and admiration from those of us who have been blessed by crossing paths with this wonderful man.
    Ray ‘s legacy of kindness and love serves as an inspiration to all of us.
    Condolences to the Solomon Family.

  23. I loved Ray and so did my father and mother.He helped me be a better person I prayed with him to the creator always offered something
    My sympathies to his family, and Annett , and all the people who knew Ray, which there are many sadly gonna be missed

  24. May your way to see the creator
    be a smooth trip. My Family and I always enjoyed Ray loved him and Annette

  25. Ray was gentle man kind and generous my thoughts and prayers for his family ❤️🙏🏻 meskay nitup
    RIP sending my condolences 🙏🏻

  26. R.i.p. Ray. My condolences to our entire family. Sending love and prayers to you all.

  27. Condolences to all of Ray’s family near and far. Sending love to John Arthur and family, Jennifer and family, Christian and Gemma, Jeannie and family and Chad. Rest easy as you travel on your way!

  28. So sorry for the loss of your Dad. Ray was a very nice gentleman. Kevin and I spent time with him in Aspy Bay.

  29. My heartfelt condolences to all Ray’s family and friends. I first met Ray when he came to Montreal to pick up his dad from a conference on suicide prevention, in the mid-90s. We will really miss him – his big smile, kind voice, and curious mind.

  30. Raymond was a beautiful soul! I have been so privileged to know him for many years, and he’ll always be remembered! My sincere condolences to Annette and Ray’s family

  31. The Solomon family, besides being Cousins, were our next-door neighbors in Killarney. Ray was the “Big Brother” I never had. Always there, always kind.
    We reconnected in recent years, and had many wonderful conversations on Messenger. I will miss him.

  32. I am so sorry to see this. I always considered Ray to be a true friend and co-worker in the communication microwave field. May he rest in peace

  33. It was a pleasure to have worked with and gotten to know you and have had some really great conversations. You will be sadly missed. Rest in peace Ray.

  34. I worked with Ray many many years ago with CNT.
    Ray was a great friend for many years. Edna and I are very saddened by his passing.
    Adiaos my friend.

  35. I’ve known Ray all my life. We kept in touch over the years and i enjoyed our chats. He was always a kind soul. I have fond memories of him coming over for visits at the house when i was a kid. He will be sorely missed. Soar high my friend. May you rest in peace.

  36. Ray was a very nice man. I had known Ray for many years as an Earth Sciences Researcher and For his dedication to electronics and computers. His research provides a lasting memory to the scientific community as a Scientist. My condolences to Anette and Family. May god bless you all and may we keep fond our best memories of Ray in time of loss..

  37. My family and I had the privilege to meet Ray and his love and companion Annette back in 2007, when they both joined my meditation class.
    We have nice memories when we visited them with our young kids back then.
    The very last time we visited Ray was last Christmas in the Moncton hospital. My husband and I are grateful that we had the opportunity to say goodbye Ray.
    Richard has good memories when you brought him along to the sweat lodge….and we loved when you popped in for a few minutes and a cup of tea…
    You will be remembered always by us!!
    I hope he’ll find my mom on the other side and hug her for me….that’s what Ray said to me on that last visit in the hospital on Christmas. And I said….please come visit us in spirit. 🙏 love and light 💖 Richard and Heike Kershaw.

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