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Raymond Dunquez

April 9, 1930 — February 3, 2014

 

 

 

Services

Graveside services will be held on Thursday, February 6, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. at Forest Park East Cemetery in Webster, TX.

 

Raymond  Dunquez,  of Galveston, Texas, passed away, February 3, 2014, at his residence in Galveston.  He was 83 years old,  born in Richmond, TX on April 9, 1930.  As a young boy, he sold papers, and shined shoes, in his early teens, he worked at the Balinese Room.  He worked several years for Black Hardware, and in January 1955,  went to work for Monsanto/Sterling Company, in Texas City, and retired from there after 40 years of service.   Raymond  was a member  of the Knights of Columbus earning a level of 3rd Degree.

He was an avid bowler, and January 1960, bowled a 300 game at Gray's Bowling Alley in Texas City.  He was an owner member of the Monsanto Chaparral Club, and acted as Dance Chairman for several years. He was an active member of the Galveston County Ranchers Assn, and held the office of Treasurer for over 30 years.

Preceded in death by his mother, Marie Esquivel Dunquez, his brothers Robert Dunquez of California and Peteronielo Dunquez of Galveston. He is survived by his wife, Betty Dunquez,  brother Renaldo Dunquez and wife Nettie, daughter, Helena Aucoin, and  husband Gary, grandson Jonathon McAfee, sister in law Helen Hendricks, and niece Dodie Dunquez of Chino, California.

Graveside services will be held on Thursday, February 6, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. at Forest Park East Cemetery in Webster, TX.

Memorial gifts may be made to the  Galveston County Ranchers Assn, P. O. Box 948, Santa Fe, TX 77517 or the Galveston Island Human Society.

Thank you to Joyce Schell, Dorothy Gordon, Theresa Smith, Jeanie Tinkel,  Helen Carr,  Aralra Crow,  Dr. John Badalamenti and to the A*Med Group for their support and care.