Condolences - Guido J. "Rocky" Raso

My wife new Mr. Raso had many more memories which made me laugh. When he came down to Atlanta to visit recently he told service stories and had us all chuckling. Thank U Mr. Raso for bringing us all such happiness with your jokes and smiles.

From: Glynn Woodbury

To Mona, Anita, and the Raso family, May your special memories of Guido get you through the difficult days ahead. Love, sister-in-law, Josie

From: Josie Raso

My heart breaks for all of you. My love to Ms Mona, Anita, Jennifer and the entire Raso family. I have many pleasant memories of Mr Raso abd the family and I know he and my dad are in Heaven telling Air Force war stories. All my love to the family.

From: Janice Ergle

Dear Raso Family, I had the pleasure of knowing Rocky for nearly 30 years. I got to visit with him two times at Hardin Memorial over the past few months. I loved to talk with him and get his take on various matters. He always spoke his mind and invariably what he had to say was well founded. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. He’s in heaven. Peace🕊

From: Bob & Nelia Roush

My deepest sympathy & condolences to the Raso family. Rocky loved life and lived it well. Always offering a friendly smile and an unconventional thought for others to ponder. His presence will be missed at our Fourth Degree, Knights Of Columbus meetings. He was indeed a beacon of light. May God be with him in heaven & bless the Raso family.

From: Jim Donahue, Fourth Degree, Knights Of Columbus Msgr. McGee

Rocky touched so many lives with his joy of life, love of people, friends and family. He brightened our lives and made Japan a good place for my parents. He and my Dad fell back to boyhood together. We love him and Mona so much. Seeing them both only a few months ago brought back such good memories, at such a hard time for me. Heaven will have its hands full with Papa and Rocky together again.

From: Katy Grant and Family

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