Raymond Earl Lozier

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Raymond Earl Lozier

December 28, 1931 - September 07, 2018

Raymond Earl Lozier, 86, of Sharpsville, passed away unexpectedly after a fall at home, on Sept. 7, 2018, at UPMC Horizon Hospital, Farrell.
Ray was born Dec. 28, 1931, in Sharon to Ezra and Martha (Hilke) Lozier.
After graduating from high school, Ray served in the Army. He received his engineering degree from Youngstown State University and worked as a field engineer for Sharon Steel.
On Sept. 3, 2005, he married Suzanne (Tomko) Lozier, who survives.
He was a member of I.H.S. Gospel Ministries in Hermitage. Ray was also a member of the Sharpsville VFW Post 6404.
He loved to read and also was an avid writer, working on a book. He enjoyed playing solitaire, euchre, and was a member of the Sharon Tube Retirees Euchre Club. Most important to Ray was spending time with his family and telling stories of the good old days.
He is survived by his wife; daughters, Megan (Mike) Ayers of Atlanta, Mavis Lozier of Sharpsville, Lori Lozier of Atlanta, Gillian Currin of Atlanta; and grandchildren, Meia Lozier, Riley Ayers, Julienne Ayers, Talya Currin, Treyton Currin, and Zade Currin.
Ray was preceded in death by his parents; his first wife of 44 years, Betty (Ezzo) Lozier; brothers, Blaine Rummel, Gilbert Lozier and Donald Lozier; sisters, Dot Thompson and Mary Hewitt; and son-in-law, Lane Currin.




LOZIER
Raymond Earl, 86, of Sharpsville
Calling hours: 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday (9-13-18) and from 10 to 11 a.m. Friday (9-14-18) at DONALDSON-MOHNEY FUNERAL HOME and CREMATION SERVICE, 124 Main St., Sharpsville. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.donaldson-mohney.com
Funeral: 11 a.m. Friday (9-14-18) in the funeral home, with Rev. Charles Eckles, of I.H.S. Gospel Ministries in Hermitage, officiating.
Published on September 10, 2018
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