Ackermann, Raymond Heinrich1921 - 2010 (88 Jahre)
Name Ackermann, Raymond Heinrich Spitzname Henry Geburt 6 Aug 1921 Sutton, Clay County, Nebraska, USA [1, 2, 3] Taufe Sutton, Clay County, Nebraska, USA  Geschlecht männlich Tod 2 Jun 2010 Henderson, York County, Nebraska, USA  Beerdigung Sutton Cemetery, Sutton, Clay County, Nebraska, USA  Personen-Kennung I4272 Zimbelmann Zuletzt bearbeitet am 7 Mrz 2016
Vater Ackermann, Peter Konrad, geb. 4 Feb 1886, Rohrbach, Gebiet Beresan, Region Odessa, Rußland gest. 4 Feb 1958, Hastings, Adams County, Nebraska, USA (Alter 72 Jahre) Mutter Ullman, Rosalia, geb. 30 Sep 1891, Sutton, Clay County, Nebraska, USA gest. 21 Mai 1968, Hastings, Adams County, Nebraska, USA (Alter 76 Jahre) Eheschließung 7 Sep 1913 Sutton, Clay County, Nebraska, USA [4, 5] Familien-Kennung F1202 Familienblatt | Familientafel
Ereignis-Karte Geburt - 6 Aug 1921 - Sutton, Clay County, Nebraska, USA Taufe - - Sutton, Clay County, Nebraska, USA Tod - 2 Jun 2010 - Henderson, York County, Nebraska, USA Beerdigung - - Sutton Cemetery, Sutton, Clay County, Nebraska, USA = Link zu Google Earth Pin-Bedeutungen : Adresse : Ortsteil : Ort : Region : (Bundes-)Staat/-Land : Land : Nicht festgelegt
Grabsteine Ackermann, Raymond Heinrich
Sutton Cemetery, Sutton, Clay County, Nebraska, USA
- Lisa Montoya:
Ray was baptized and confirmed at the Hope Reformed Church in Sutton, Nebraska, where he remained a member all of his life. He served as an elder for many years and taught Sunday school. Ray graduated from Sutton High School in 1939.
Following high school he enlisted in the Army Air Corps. It was World War II and Ray, along with young men of his generation, were honored to serve their country. He was stationed in Texas, Maryland, New York, Florida, Georgia and Alabama during his years in the service. He was a mechanic engineer and a pilot flying B-25s and B-26s. Ray's Air Corps career included training other pilots. He was a proud veteran and was active in the American Legion and the 40 & 8.
Ray returned to Sutton after his discharge from the service. He went into business with his father, Pete, and brother-in-law, Walter Trautman and opened the Sutton Food Locker in1946. Ray and Walt were fixtures in the Sutton business community until 1976 when they sold the business. Ray didn't retire from the Sutton business scene and worked for Ted's OK Tires. He was also a volunteer with the Sutton Fire Department serving more than 40 years.
Ray loved hunting and fishing with family and friends. Ray's nieces and nephews were like his own. He loved family gatherings with great food, playing cards and storytelling. (Source: Obituary, Clay County News, June 9, 2010)
- Lisa Montoya: