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June 6, 2015

Burial Date June 25, 2015

Funeral Home Graham Putnam & Mahoney Funeral Home

Place of Service Worcester County Memorial Park

Section Heritage II Hope Mausoleum Lot Number: EL410Grave Number: 58E

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     Raymond Joseph Chenette, 28, passed away suddenly on Saturday, June 6, 2015 in Boston at Victory House where he was seeking peace and health.

Raymond leaves behind his parents Stephen and Kathy (Letendre) Chenette of Spencer, his sister Erin and her husband Daniel Giza, his nephew Gavin Giza, his maternal grandfather Alfred Letendre, Aunts and Uncles Michelle and Richard Zdunczyk, Kevin and Nancy Letendre, Paul and Karen Letendre, Michele and Lenny Bennet, Lisa and Ernie Dumont, Jeannine and Donald Peloquin, Paul Chenette, close family neighbors Howie and Crystal Letendre, Andrew Letendre, and Mallory Farinato and her husband Eddie and their son Anthony. In addition, Raymond leaves behind many close cousins and friends.

He was predeceased by his grandparents Maureen Letendre, Jeanne Chenette, and Raymond Chenette Sr., an aunt Donna Letendre, an uncle Raymond Chenette Jr., and most recently, his girlfriend Stephanie Williams who he adored.

Raymond was born in Worcester and raised in Spencer. He was a 2004 graduate of David Prouty High School. Raymond was skilled in many trades and excelled in his prior position at Verizon Wireless. Additionally, he was skilled at fence installation, cutting hair and cooking. He enjoyed making those around him happy and loved spending time with his nephew. He enjoyed going to the beach, spending time with family, working on cars with his cousin and playing cards. Ray will be remembered most for his ability to make people laugh and his free spirit.

Services for Raymond will be private. Arrangements are under the direction of Graham, Putnam & Mahoney Funeral Parlors, 838 Main Street Worcester, MA.