Raymond  Ferguson


Raymond A. Ferguson, 87, of Mercer, passed away Thursday (July 5, 2018) at home surrounded by his family.
Raymond was born Oct. 30, 1930, in Butler County. He was the son of the late Carl and Clementina Eaton Ferguson.
Raymond graduated from Harrisville High School in 1949.
He married the former Janet McCommons on Jan. 26, 1957, and together they had four children.
Raymond retired in 1992 from Paul Pierce Trucking.
Prior to working for Paul Pierce, Raymond worked for 23 years for City Asphalt of Youngstown. He also worked in construction.
Raymond enjoyed hunting and spending time at his hunting camp.
He spent many nights working on his and his son's modified sprint car. They took it to local dirt tracks and enjoyed the time together.
Loved ones left to cherish Raymond's memory are: his wife, Janet, of Mercer; his children, Pennie Snyder and husband Eric of Ohio, Raymond Ferguson and his wife Carol of Mercer, Bryan Ferguson and his wife Kimberly of Conneaut Lake and Randall Ferguson and his wife Deb of Mercer; 13 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; and his sister Edna Nulph of Grove City.
He was preceded in death by his parents, four brothers and six sisters.
In lieu of flowers the family suggests memorial contributions be sent to Shiners Hospital for Children, Erie Unit, 1645 W. 8th St., Erie PA 16505.

Raymond A., 87, of Mercer.
Calling hours: 6 to 8 p.m. Friday (7-6-18) at JAMISON-MCKINLEY FUNERAL HOME, 117 N. Main St., Harrisville. Friends can email condolences at www.jamisonfuneralhome.com
Service: 10 a.m. Saturday (7-7-18) at the funeral home with the Pastor Phil Cooper of the Shenango Valley Baptist Church officiating.
Interment: Prairie Cemetery, Harrisville.
Published on July 5, 2018
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