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  • Visitation:  2-3 p.m.  Thursday
  • Funeral:  3:00 p.m.  Thursday

Mr. Raymond Lumbert, age 74, of Greenville, passed away Saturday morning, Dec. 8, 2007 at Spectrum Health United Memorial-United Hospital, Greenville. The son of David Nelson & Elizabeth Viola (Baughman) Lumbert, he was born on Jan. 7, 1933 in Nashville, Michigan. Ray retired from Belding Area Schools, where he worked in maintenance at the high school.

Surviving are two daughters, Shelley White, and her fianc Andrew Scram, of Lakeview, and April Corry, and her husband Richard Corry, of Idaho; five grandchildren; six great grandchildren; two sisters and a brother-in-law, Dora Harrington of Lake Odessa, and Berniece & Ron Deckerd of Missouri; long-time companion, Sue Staffen of Greenville; dear friend, Leola King of Greenville; and many, many other special friends.

Visitation is on Thursday from 2-3 p.m. at the Brown-Teman & Christiansen Funeral Home and Cremation Center, 511 S. Franklin Street, Greenville, where funeral services will be held at 3:00 p.m.

Instead of flowers, relatives and friends are asked to consider contributions to assist with Rays final expenses. Envelopes will be available at the funeral home. To send a message of sympathy to the family, sign Mr. Lumberts online guest book, or to share a favorite memory, please click the “Sign Guest Book” link above.


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  1. Anonymous on December 8, 2007 at 12:00 am


    12/14/2007 –

    Patti Lumbert

    Thankyou for always being a wonderful uncle to me. I remember when you stayed with us for a while and each and every morning you had to wake me up to go to town and get a pepsi. I also remember your kindness in letting me have a place to stay when you lived in Belding and I needed a place. Thankyou again, you are greatly missed.

    12/11/2007 –

    Bryan & Eva Hudson

    Thank you Ray for always being there for us. We will miss you and never forget you. The world is now a lonelier place without you, but we are blessed with your memory. I’ll miss hearing your stories about hunting.

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