116 South Street P.O. Box 165 Chardon, OH 44024

The Burr Family… Treasuring Memories for Five Generations

Raymond G. “Ray” Dauscher thumbnail

Raymond George "Ray" Dauscher

September 8, 1929 - December 1, 2017

Raymond G. “Ray” Dauscher

Age 88 of Chardon, passed away December 1, 2017 at Blossom Hill Care Center, where he received loving care. Born September 8, 1929 in Cleveland to George D. and Sophie (nee: Hetzel) Dauscher, he lived in Mentor for 20 years before moving to Chardon 1976. He served in the US Army during …read more

Raymond G. “Ray” Dauscher

Age 88 of Chardon, passed away December 1, 2017 at Blossom Hill Care Center, where he received loving care. Born September 8, 1929 in Cleveland to George D. and Sophie (nee: Hetzel) Dauscher, he lived in Mentor for 20 years before moving to Chardon 1976. He served in the US Army during the Korean War. Ray was a corporate attorney for White Consolidated Industries and Secretary of the Board of Trustees of Cleveland State University.

Following his retirement, he served as an Assistant Geauga County Prosecutor before starting his private practice.

Ray was involved in community affairs starting with his attainment of Eagle Scout. While in Mentor, he served on the Board of Mentor Methodist Church and was a member of Mentor Kiwanis Club and the Buckeye Retriever Club. In Chardon, he was an active member of Chardon United Methodist Church and the Chardon Rotary Club. He served on the Board of the United Way for 10 years.

He is survived by his wife of 65 years, Betty (nee: Minetree) Dauscher of Chardon, his daughter Catherine “Cate” (Rudy) Buchheit of Columbus and his son, T. Philip (Annette) Dauscher of Groton, VT, his grandchildren Boris and Sergei Buchheit and Elizabeth and Caitlyn Dauscher. He also leaves his sister, Nancy (Henry) Stoken of Parma Hts. Ray was preceded in death by his parents.

You may have seen Ray strolling the sidewalks of Chardon, deep in thought, pipe in hand or strolling the paths of Best Pond with his beloved retrievers.

There will be a Memorial Service at Chardon United Methodist Church at a later date. Private family burial will be held. The family suggests donations to Chardon United Methodist Church 515 North St., Chardon, 44024, Blossom Hill Care Center, 12496 Princeton Rd., Huntsburg, 44046 or Hospice of the Western Reserve, 17876 St. Clair Ave., Cleveland, 44110.

hide
 

 

Life Event Timeline

Help tell the story of Ray's life by contributing to the Life Event Timeline. Upload the photo of an event...

Post an Event

Leave a Condolence

Be the first to share a memory of Ray.

Post a Condolence
7