Raymond E. Kaiser

  • Born: May 19, 1954
  • Died: November 6, 2018
  • Location: Dracut, Massachusetts

Fowler-Kennedy Funeral Home

42 Concord Street
Maynard, MA 01754

Tel. (978) 897-7343

Tribute & Message From The Family

Loving Friend and Brother

Raymond E. Kaiser, 64, of Dracut, formerly of Chelmsford, passed away peacefully on November 6, 2018 at his residence with Bee by his side.

Born in Chelsea on May 19, 1954, he was the son of the late Conrad Ludwig Henry and Rene Mary (McKay) Kaiser. Ray was raised and educated in Foxborough, graduating from Foxborough High School class of 1973. Upon graduating, Ray enlisted in the United States Navy and proudly served for sixteen years.

Ray worked as a cross-country Tractor Trailer driver for thirty years, most recently for NFI in Mathuen.

Ray was a passionate Red Sox and Patriots fan. He was a proud member of the Chelmsford Elks Lodge. He enjoyed spending time with his close friend and companion, Bee, whom he met in 1999 and had been inseparable with ever since.

He is survived by Beatrice "Bee" Jacobson of Dracut; and her son, Dennis Kuntzsch of Maynard; brother, Neil and his wife Karen Kaiser of Foxborough.

Services were private

In lieu of flowers Ray would want you to become an Organ donor, as he did.

Condolence & Memory Journal


I went to school with Ray and always thought of him as kind sweet guy. I'm sad to hear of his passing,however I'm glad I knew him. Rest in sweet peace Ray

Posted by Kathy Drury - Mansfield, MA - Classmate   July 15, 2019

I'm sorry to say that I just learned that my good friend Ray has passed. Ray and I had many great times together growing up. While life has taken me far from where we grew up, when I think back to my youth, hanging out with Ray will always be some of my best and favorite memories of those days. Rest In Peace my friend.

Posted by Al Damiani - San Antonio, TX - Friend   December 10, 2018

You Will truly be missed Ray! Just heard the sad news. Bee is in our thoughts

Posted by Kyle Berube - Methuen, MA - Coworker   December 07, 2018

So Sorry, Thank-You For Being An Organ Donor. I Had A Heart Transplant And Now I Need 1 Kidney Transplant. I Wish I Knew You Were A Donor Maybe We Would Have Matched.Theirs A 7 Yr. Waitig List. R.I.P. Ray

Posted by Dawn Beach Antosca - Plainville, MA - Friend   November 16, 2018

Godspeed Ray, Godspeed.

Posted by Pam McCauley - Foxborough, MA   November 15, 2018

Rest in Peace dear friend, we will think of you often and smile.

Posted by Bobby Moreshead - Foxboro, MA - Friend   November 15, 2018

Ray - you've had a piece of my heart since I was 14! I will miss you everyday my life long friend. I'll end this the way we ended every phone call - love you! always have, always will! XO

Posted by Patty McCauley - Foxboro, MA - Friend   November 15, 2018


I met Ray approximately 38 (yikes!) years ago in Naples. Oh the memories I have!!! He was such a good friend and mentor! He got me out of more trouble than I care to admit and he was ALWAYS there for everyone (especially me) who worked at the FLeet Mail Center!!! I remember he was painting and another co-worker and I were giving him a hard time about something and he got so mad at us, he kicked kicked us out of the post office. I got a puppy and the puppy ended up dying. I of course drove over to Rays house and Ray took it from there. Car problems, Ray helped me out. He was always helping anyone in need. Ray, I know you are at peace and you LIVED. My condolences to Rays family, may you Rest In Peace my friend, until we meet again.

Posted by Tracy Lundein - Yuma, AZ - Friend   November 14, 2018

My sweet friend....I am heartbroken over this!! Please know how much you were loved by us all!! You were such a great friend to so many....we are truly at a loss without you!! DOn't worry about Bee...we will watch over her and take care of her!!

Love you my friend,


Posted by Lisa Elliott - Dracut, MA - Friend   November 14, 2018

Offering our sincere condolences. May the God of love comfort your heart and make you firm in your time of grief. 2 Thessalonians 2:16,17.

Posted by A friend   November 14, 2018

I am so sorry to hear this. Ray and I went to high school together and I always liked him. He always greeted me with a smile and treated everyone kindly. In these days of reconnecting on Facebook and organizing reunions, I'd hoped to see him again one day. My heartfelt condolences to his family.

Posted by Paula Casey    November 14, 2018

From our school days to our Navy time in Naples, Italy, time to Rest In Peace. Fair winds and following seas shipmate.

Posted by Jim Kerr - Sun City Center, FL - Friend   November 13, 2018

R.i.p Ray

Posted by Sandy Kelloway - Bradenton, FL - Classmate   November 13, 2018

Thank you for your service Rest in peace

Posted by A friend   November 12, 2018

Never got to meet you but my mom said you were a wonderful guy. Glad my Aunt Bee met you and enjoyed her time with you. Rest in Peace Ray.

Posted by Susan Signoracci - Waterford, NY   November 11, 2018

My uncle ray, thou we were not that close and didn't get to see each other much, when we did the bond was strong. How I will miss you and wish I could have said good bye. Walk by my daddy. Be with him now. I love and miss u so very much.

Posted by Naomi Kaiser - Bartlett, NH - Family   November 10, 2018

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