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Raymond Stonehocker

Raymond Stonehocker, 84, Airforce Veteran of Arlington Heights, passed away August 18, 2021. Beloved husband of the late Dorothy (2020). Loving father of Ruth (Andy) Hersche & Greg (Monika) Stonehocker. Cherished grandpa of Scott & Ben Stonehocker. Dear brother of the late Tom, Juanita & Kay. Fond uncle & friend to many who retired as a project manager.

Arrangements entrusted to Chicagoland Cremation Options.




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So sorry to hear about Ray. Very good guy. I knew him from dog park at lake summer set. Our dogs were good friends.

Wendy Bruyr Oct 2 2021 11:46 PM

Miss you Uncle Ray.
You were very kind to Tim and me. I hope you are wiggling your ears in heaven.
Love always,
JoAnn

JoAnn Prihoda-Reece Sep 21 2021 9:23 AM

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JoAnn Prihoda-Reece Sep 21 2021 8:51 AM

So sorry to here this news. My condolences to the family. I worked for, and with Ray for many years at Northrop. As others has stated Ray was a great mentor, and a better friend . Ray Hamhocker had the largest pig statue collection I ever saw . I know Ray was writing his life story for his children and he shared a few of the stories with me. I hope he finished it and you now have those memories.

Tom Petro Aug 31 2021 8:20 PM

I'll miss you Ray. You were one of the best.

Bob Levand Aug 31 2021 10:34 AM

Ray was a GREAT boss and a good friend. Many good times golfing and sharing a cold one. He will be missed. My deepest sympathy

Bob Hoffman Aug 30 2021 1:15 PM

Very sad news. He was a great guy to work for and know.

Peter Overom Aug 30 2021 10:20 AM

My condolences to Ray\'s family. I worked for him in St. Louis and then, because of him, secured a job (career) with Northrop Grumman in Rolling Meadows. After he retired and moved to Florida, we lost contact. I have so many amazing and wonderful memories of him.

Maurice West Aug 30 2021 10:03 AM

I like to say good bye to my dad. He taught me a lot of handy skills and the importance of doing a good job. We had some good times golfing and building/fixing things together. I think he had a happy and full life.

Greg Stonehocker Aug 21 2021 5:41 PM