Sultzbach, Raymond, peacefully went to his Lord on January 30. Ray was born on
April 8, 1946 to the late Raymond and Alice Sultzbach. He was the beloved
husband of his wife, Barbara for the last 46 years. He was the devoted father of his
sons, Raymond B. and Steven B. (Cindy). Ray is survived by his sister Alice and
her husband, Fred Dungan, his step-brother, Gene McCreanor (Lorraine) and
several sisters-in-law, Joan (Richard), Susan and Shannon (Timothy) nieces and
nephews and cousins. He was a dedicated member of the U.S. Army, stationed in
Germany from 1966 to 1968. He was still in contact with some of his military
buddies over the last several years. After coming home and getting married, Ray secured a job with McNeil Pharmaceuticals (now known as Johnson and Johnson) in North Wales, PA. Ray went from a warehouse stocker to warehouse manager with several trips to major
cities around the country to open new warehouses. Ray and wife, Barbara were residents of Warminster Township for 40 years and while their boys were in school and becoming more active, Ray was a dedicated coach in baseball and soccer for both sons. Dad was always available for rides, going to games and being the practice pitcher in the back yard. Retiring in 2006, after 33 years at J & J, dinners, lunches and just "nights out" with
retired J & J employees were part of his life. Ray was also active in card playing
groups, including the Senior Center in Northampton and the VFW in Warminster.
Friends and partners were so supportive and always encouraged Ray to attend all
the scheduled games. Ray's family would like to thank all the friends, neighbors
and former co-workers that made this difficult time more comforting to his family. The scheduled viewing and meeting of family will be at Nativity of Our Lord Church on York Road in Warminster starting at 9:30 AM. Mass will be immediately following at 11:00 AM Interment will follow at St. John Neumann Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, a donation to Abington Hospice Unit on Newtown Road in Warminster or Keystone Warriors, PO Box 307, Shoemakersville PA 19555 would have been preferred by this generous man.
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