Raymond Norteman

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Raymond Christian Norteman

March 18, 1938          


        April 30, 2024 (86 years old) It is with a heavy heart that we announce the

passing of Raymond Christian Norteman. “The Cap” was a beloved  friend, mentor, and “legend” to many. Ray will be remembered for his inimitable joie de vivre, as well as for his love of adventure. Ray was a graduate of Linsly Military Institute ‘38 and a die hard fan of both  WVU and the Steelers. After a valiant battle with end stage kidney disease, Ray passed peacefully in his sleep earlier this week, living independently until the end. His family takes comfort in knowing that he has been reunited with Connie, his beloved wife  of 62 years. Ray was  an army veteran who worked as a Sr. Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Wheaton Glass, President of Carr Lowr e y, and partner in “Norteman Packaging” which he ran with his son, Ray III. Ray was also a founding Board of Trustee member for the Roxey Ballet. If you are receiving this message, please know that Ray loved you.

The family is planning a Celebration of Life to be held later this Spring.

      Condolences at ingersollgreenwoodfh.com


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1938 - 2024

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