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Raymond Anthony Edwards

July 29, 1972 – April 22, 2022


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Raymond Anthony Edwards, 49, of Queen Creek, Arizona, passed away April 24, 2022, in Chandler, Arizona.  He was born in Seattle, Washington, on July 29, 1972.

Mr. Edwards is a proud retired veteran of the U.S. Army.

He is survived by his loving wife, Fiatuiga (Trina) Edwards; sons, TayeShaun Malik Edwards and Rae’Jon Fitiafiafi Edwards; parents, Vetress Edwards Sr. and Joycelyn Edwards and brother, Gerald L. Edwards.

A visitation for Raymond will be held on Saturday, April 30, 2022 at 10:00 AM followed by a funeral service at 11:00 AM at San Tan Mountain View Funeral Home, 21809 S. Ellsworth Rd., Queen Creek, Arizona, 85142.  He will be laid to rest at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona.

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10 responses to “Raymond Anthony Edwards”

  1. Linda Alvey says:

    He was a true Christ follower and we know he was welcomed into God’s kingdom with wide open arms. Prayers for peace and strength from our Lord for all family and friends.

  2. Ruby Mitchell says:

    Raymond was a very special friend and was always there for me. I will always hold him dear to my heart. He’s left a void in my life that no one can ever fill. I love you so much my friend and I miss you terribly. Thank you for your wife thats become a dear friend. You are one in a million and I am so blessed to have known you as one of my very very best friends. What a wonderful person you are. There are not enough words to express how much you meant to me.

  3. MSG(RET) Peteru M. Tupufia Faumuina, U.S.ARMY says:

    We love you son Raymond, RIP, thank you so very much for loving your family, as well as your wife Fiatuiga’s parents, sister & brother, we missed you Raymond, you will always in our thoughts & heart.

  4. Gregory Smith says:

    Brother, Friend, and Inspiration Raymond brought the best out of me and those lucky enough to be in his close circle.

  5. John L Casteele,Bishop says:

    Rest in peace, in Jesús, Raymond.
    No more pain, or sickness. Enjoy your place around the throne of God, preacher!
    You are missed already..
    You’re earthly pastor.

  6. Dexter Hamilton says:

    We offer our deepest condolences and pray God’s precious Holy Spirit will comfort the family during this time. Rest easy cousin. Dex, Arlecia, & Delecia Hamilton

  7. Stephanie Ware says:

    Sorry for your loss I was one of his classmates

  8. Paulette and Jeff Lichter says:

    Our deepest condolences to Trina and all those that loved Raymond. He was such an inspiration to Jeff and I. Raymond always had a smile when we saw him. We cherish the time sitting by the fire after church and the few times we were able to go out for dinner. Raymond is now rejoicing with the Lord and will be missed until we see him again!

  9. Pastor Mark Farley says:

    Raymond’s faith was inspiring and his love and devotion to his family we admirable. While I miss my friend, I am happy he is with Jesus in our forever home.

  10. Tara John says:

    Oh Raymond! You are truly going to be missed my friend! You encouraged me to believe in myself when I wanted to throw in the towel. I will always cherish the friendship that you gave so freely and generously. With all my love and prayers to your family Rest in Peace!

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Raymond Anthony Edwards

July 29, 1972 – April 22, 2022


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Raymond Anthony Edwards, 49, of Queen Creek, Arizona, passed away April 24, 2022, in Chandler, Arizona.  He was born in Seattle, Washington, on July 29, 1972.

Mr. Edwards is a proud retired veteran of the U.S. Army.

He is survived by his loving wife, Fiatuiga (Trina) Edwards; sons, TayeShaun Malik Edwards and Rae’Jon Fitiafiafi Edwards; parents, Vetress Edwards Sr. and Joycelyn Edwards and brother, Gerald L. Edwards.

A visitation for Raymond will be held on Saturday, April 30, 2022 at 10:00 AM followed by a funeral service at 11:00 AM at San Tan Mountain View Funeral Home, 21809 S. Ellsworth Rd., Queen Creek, Arizona, 85142.  He will be laid to rest at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona.

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10 responses to “Raymond Anthony Edwards”

  1. Linda Alvey says:

    He was a true Christ follower and we know he was welcomed into God’s kingdom with wide open arms. Prayers for peace and strength from our Lord for all family and friends.

  2. Ruby Mitchell says:

    Raymond was a very special friend and was always there for me. I will always hold him dear to my heart. He’s left a void in my life that no one can ever fill. I love you so much my friend and I miss you terribly. Thank you for your wife thats become a dear friend. You are one in a million and I am so blessed to have known you as one of my very very best friends. What a wonderful person you are. There are not enough words to express how much you meant to me.

  3. MSG(RET) Peteru M. Tupufia Faumuina, U.S.ARMY says:

    We love you son Raymond, RIP, thank you so very much for loving your family, as well as your wife Fiatuiga’s parents, sister & brother, we missed you Raymond, you will always in our thoughts & heart.

  4. Gregory Smith says:

    Brother, Friend, and Inspiration Raymond brought the best out of me and those lucky enough to be in his close circle.

  5. John L Casteele,Bishop says:

    Rest in peace, in Jesús, Raymond.
    No more pain, or sickness. Enjoy your place around the throne of God, preacher!
    You are missed already..
    You’re earthly pastor.

  6. Dexter Hamilton says:

    We offer our deepest condolences and pray God’s precious Holy Spirit will comfort the family during this time. Rest easy cousin. Dex, Arlecia, & Delecia Hamilton

  7. Stephanie Ware says:

    Sorry for your loss I was one of his classmates

  8. Paulette and Jeff Lichter says:

    Our deepest condolences to Trina and all those that loved Raymond. He was such an inspiration to Jeff and I. Raymond always had a smile when we saw him. We cherish the time sitting by the fire after church and the few times we were able to go out for dinner. Raymond is now rejoicing with the Lord and will be missed until we see him again!

  9. Pastor Mark Farley says:

    Raymond’s faith was inspiring and his love and devotion to his family we admirable. While I miss my friend, I am happy he is with Jesus in our forever home.

  10. Tara John says:

    Oh Raymond! You are truly going to be missed my friend! You encouraged me to believe in myself when I wanted to throw in the towel. I will always cherish the friendship that you gave so freely and generously. With all my love and prayers to your family Rest in Peace!

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