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Ray Earl Kellogg

August 1, 1947 — February 14, 2024

Simpsonville

Ray Earl Kellogg, an Auto CAD Designer known for his loving nature, sense of humor, interesting anecdotes, and courageous spirit, passed away on February 14, 2024, in Greenville, SC. He was born on August 1, 1947, in Herlong, CA.

Ray was a devoted husband to his loving wife Gail Kellogg, and a caring father to his children Charlotte Fraser, James Smith, and Tyler Smith. He also had a close bond with his sister-in-law Carole Crites and brother-in-laws Chuck Chirico, Tom Chirico, and his best friend, Sam Chirico.

In addition to being a talented Auto CAD Designer during his professional career, Ray had varied interests and hobbies that filled his life with joy. He loved spending quality time with his family; they were the cornerstone of his happiness. Ray's dogs held a special place in his heart; he truly adored them and found solace in their presence.

One of Ray's passions was playing the guitar. Whether strumming gently or rocking out to his favorite tunes, he found peace and self-expression through the music that flowed from it. 

Ray enjoyed camping and exploring the Southwestern part of the United States with his dogs in tow.  He liked to be outside even at home in his yard and tackling projects there.

Ray also enjoyed golfing in his leisure time. The serene green fairways were both a source of relaxation and friendly competition for him. He cherished the camaraderie of the game and valued the opportunity it provided to connect with others who shared this passion.

Known for his resourcefulness and love for DIY projects around the house, Ray was always happiest when he had a new challenge to tackle. His creative spirit transformed mundane tasks into opportunities to make something unique or improve upon existing structures. He approached each project with enthusiasm and dedication.

To those who knew him best, Ray will be remembered as a warm-hearted individual who was always available to help out a friend in need. He possessed an infectious laughter that could light up any room., and he will always be remembered for that great laugh! While he faced life's challenges head-on with courage, his sense of humor never wavered.

The impact Ray had on the lives of those around him will always be treasured and remembered. He will be profoundly missed by his family, friends, and all who had the pleasure of knowing him.

As we bid farewell to Ray Earl Kellogg, let us celebrate the beautiful life he lived and carry forward the memories and lessons he shared. May his soul rest in eternal peace.

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