Holly Curtis Obituary – In light of the heartbreaking news that our father, Raymond M. Friday, passed away on Friday, we would like to express our most sincere sympathies to each and every member of our family as well as the friends and community that he leaves behind. He had beaten cancer three times in a row before ultimately succumbing to the illness on December 30, 2022, while his family was by his side when he passed away.
He had survived cancer three times in a row before finally succumbing to the illness. Many of you may already be aware of this, or at the at least have had a sneaky feeling that it is the case. This is due to the fact that Facebook has not been the same without his specific brand of postings, jokes, comments, and overall exuberance. Even if you are not already aware of this, it is possible that you have at least entertained the idea that this is the situation.
The next Saturday, February 18th, we will be conducting a Celebration of Life event, during which we will share memories of him, tell stories, make jokes, laugh, and weep, and overall have a fabulous time celebrating his life. The event will take place on the 18th of February. My Facebook page will begin a live broadcast of Ray’s private Celebration of Life event at two o’clock in the afternoon Pacific Time, three o’clock in the afternoon Mountain Time, four o’clock in the afternoon Central Time, five o’clock in the evening Eastern Standard Time, and eleven o’clock in the evening Eastern Daylight Time.
These times correspond to the local times in each of the following time zones: Pacific Time, Mountain Time, Central Time, Eastern Standard Time, and Eastern Daylight Time. France Those who desire to pay their respects to Ray’s memory are encouraged to consider making a donation to the Salvation Army Boise Corps in place of sending flowers. The following is the address where you can get in touch with the Salvation Army Boise Corp.: 83704 9492 West Emerald Street, Boise, Idaho