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Raymond Lamoine Smith
© Cheyenne Star
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell



Raymond Lamoine Smith, son of C. R. "Short" and Oma Smith passed away December 30, 1991 at the age of 63.

He graduated from Cheyenne High School in 1947.

Lamoine was a veteran of the Korean War.
He lived in El Paso, Texas, with his family twenty three years and was owner and manager of Recreation Vehicle.
Surviving is his wife, Thelma Hixon Smith of the home; a daughter, Judy Lynn and son-in-law Jeff Fell of Snyder, Texas; a sister, Kathy Nichles; niece, Mona Lisa Nicles of Oklahoma City; nephew, Rodney King of Topeka, Kansas; and his parents of Cheyenne, Oklahoma.
The service was under the direction of Martin Funeral Home, El Paso.
Burial was at Bliss National Cemetery, El Paso with military honors.


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