Raymond Norgrove

November 13, 1951 ‒ November 07, 2019

Marion, Ohio

Raymond Norgrove, 67 of Marion passed away Thursday, November 7, 2019 at Marion General Hospital, after a courageous battle with cancer.

Born November 13, 1951 in Cuyahoga County, Ohio the son of the late George & Emma (Goodwin) Norgrove. Raymond was a former restaurant owner, and a former cook for a restaurant, he also worked in construction for a short period of time.

Raymond is survived by brother Mark Norgrove; sister Marilyn Kinniard; Tyler (Andrea Janes) Keriakis who he raised like a son, and their son Coltin Keriakis, also Tony Nickilosi; numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.

He was preceded in death by father George, mother Emma October 9, 2019, and brother in-law Lester “Les” Kinniard.

Raymond enjoyed the outdoors, whether it was fishing or camping. He also enjoyed watching sports, most especially The Cleveland Indians Baseball team, and The Ohio State Buckeyes Football. Raymond will be missed by all that knew him.

To share a fond memory or to leave a message of condolence please visit www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

The Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center in Delaware is assisting the family with arrangements.

  • I will for ever be mad at myself for not visiting in time! I will never forget all the things you did for me and the Christmases you made sure I got what I wanted! So many memories! U sure will be missed! I’m so sorry I never brought Dezlyn over and didn’t make it to see u! I hope u can c her and watch over us up there! May u rest in peace and know u was loved!!
    Love u!
    -Destinee

  • I only new Raymond for a short time but in that time, he made such an impact on me. His spirit and determination was amazing. Even when I knew he did not feel good, he was always kind, polite and managed to make me laugh. I am sorry I did not know him longer. I hope he knows just how much I cared and what a great person he was. May you rest in peace Mr. Norgrove!

    • Ray you took me and Brandon to Monday night raw in Cleveland Ohio, took us to several GWA events in Delaware, took us to the Gathering of the Juggalos in 2001 in Toledo Ohio and 2002 to Peoria Illinois. You took me and Pinto to 6 flags in Akron Ohio, and took in all the trailer park kids in as your own. Gave us all a safe spot to grow up and party and learn things in a safe environment instead of the streets. You took me to construction sites and roofing jobs. Let me earn money the right way while kids I went to school with was begging their parents for money I was working. You let me drive before anyone else did. Got me my job at the drive thru and so much more. Basically you was like a 2nd dad in ways. Man you are a legend and will be missed. If you only knew what I’ve been through the last month myself. Just sad days. Hopefully I will see you again on the other side. Rip your best friend DJ

  • Ray you took me and Brandon to Monday night raw in Cleveland Ohio, took us to several GWA events in Delaware, took us to the Gathering of the Juggalos in 2001 in Toledo Ohio and 2002 to Peoria Illinois. You took me and Pinto to 6 flags in Akron Ohio, and took in all the trailer park kids in as your own. Gave us all a safe spot to grow up and party and learn things in a safe environment instead of the streets. You took me to construction sites and roofing jobs. Let me earn money the right way while kids I went to school with was begging their parents for money I was working. You let me drive before anyone else did. Got me my job at the drive thru and so much more. Basically you was like a 2nd dad in ways. Man you are a legend and will be missed. If you only knew what I’ve been through the last month myself. Just sad days. Hopefully I will see you again on the other side. Rip your best friend DJ

  • Condolences and Special Memories

    Sign our virtual guest book and help celebrate Raymond's life

    6 Condolences on “Raymond Norgrove

    Leave a Condolence

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *