Ninilchik resident Raymond Greenhalgh died Monday, Aug. 6, 2007, of lung cancer in Anchorage. He was 59.
A potluck will be held in his honor at 3 p.m. today, Sunday, Aug. 12, at the store and gift shop down by the boat harbor in old Ninilchik.
Mr. Greenhalgh was born April 17, 1948.
"Ray loved fishing, hunting, camping and karaoke. He was an artist, did drawings and carvings. He had many craft-type hobbies. Being with his family and friends was important. He always had a smile for them. His nickname was 'Raven.' He was funny and loved to tell jokes," his family said.
Mr. Greenhalgh was preceded in death by his grandparents, Richard and Edith Hanson; father, Erwin Greenhalgh; mother Dorthy Psick; stepfather, Lyle Psick; sister, Robin Yarnchuk; and son, Nathan Greenhalgh.
He is survived by sons, Raymond and Trampus Greenhalgh; daughters, Corrina Burris, Casandra Lomax and Christina Ngeyen; brother, Ed Greenhalgh; and sister, Ruth Lawton.
Arrangements were made by Evergreen Memorial chapel in Anchorage.
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