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Bill Padula posted a condolence
Saturday, October 14, 2017Ray taught everyone something. He was generous in sharing his knowledge at the bank and always could bring energy to any situation. He elevated profanity to an art form, but did it in a way that didn’t offend. You never had to wonder where he stood. He had integrity that was not the norm and was appreciated by all who knew him. If you never went on a Friday night Irish Bar expedition with Ray, you missed a singular experience. I know he’s somewhere sharing a great story and a whiskey and reminding everyone he was a Vice President of the Chase Manhattan Bank. I was lucky to know him.
Caroline barry lit a candle
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Caroline barry posted a condolence
Wednesday, October 11, 2017Well uncle ray you are finally joining the party with dad - take it easy, say hello to him from me - you certainly were a guy to content with you recently told me to kiss your ass well I didn't get the chance to do that so do me a favour and kiss my dad for me instead - God bless and now take it easy xxx Love caroline
Mike Cerio posted a condolence
Wednesday, October 11, 2017I am saddened to hear about Ray’s death today. Ray hired me in Funds Transfer in 1980 to supervise the incoming SWIFT payments. Every day was an adventure working for Ray, and I truly mean that in the most positive way. He taught me so much about Funds Transfer, but most importantly he ALWAYS had your back no matter what the circumstances might have been. To this day, I still tell Ray Barry stories, as well as saying, that working in Funds Transfer for him although stressful at times, was the most enjoyable job I’ve had in my long career. Unfortunately, they don’t make them like Ray anymore. I’m sure Saint Peter is getting an earful from Ray right now. Rest in Peace Ray Mike Cerio
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Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Manoj Lahiri posted a condolence
Wednesday, October 11, 2017I am so saddened to hear Ray's passing away. I will not be in Chase without him. He hired me in 1978. The truth…Ray was “one of a kind” – He truly was an original, Wire transfer and Raymond Barry were Synonymous. He was an encyclopedia. I learned so much from him--I will miss him. Manoj Lahiri | Vice President | Corporate & Investment Bank | Banking Operations - Solution Center & Investigations | JPMorgan Treasury Technologies Corp | 10430 Highland Manor Drive, FL 4, Tampa, FL 33610 | T: 813.432.7832 | F: 813-432-3435 | Manoj.firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul Garofallou posted a condolence
Wednesday, October 11, 2017I worked for Ray in the early 1990's at Chase. Shortly there after I discovered what it was like to be in the eye of a hurricane. Never was there a man who could: Educate you/belittle you/encourage you/challenge you/ and frighten you....and all within the same sentence. The number of us who still work here and remember Ray grows smaller each day. But each one of us has their own favorite "Ray story" that we love to tell. Even in death, he continues to bring a smile to peoples faces. Ray was an original and legend, and it was an honor to have known him. He will be missed deeply and remembered fondly. Today we raise a glass to Raymond F.
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