Raymond B. Fields

Raymond B. Fields

March 10, 1926 ‐ July 07, 2021
Raymond B. Fields
Birthplace: Wheeling, West Virginia Resided In: Westlake, Ohio Visitation: July 12, 2021 Service: July 13, 2021 Cemetery: St. Joseph Cemetery

Raymond B. Fields, age 95 of Westlake, formerly from Wheeling West Virginia, passed away July 7th, 2021. Beloved husband for 69 years to Rose (Grubler), cherished son of the late B.C. and Anna (Rickus) Fields, dear brother to the late Paul W. Fields, dearest father of Thomas (Christine), Richard (Marlene), Rose Anna (Mike Kiessling), Elizabeth (Brian Solt), loving grandfather of nine, great grandfather of two and loyal to surviving brother-in-law Dr. Bernard J Grubler.

He retired from New York Life insurance company after 37 years, where he served in several cities in several capacities. He enjoyed, boating, fishing, and gardening. He was a World War II Navy veteran and a proud member of American Legion Post #1 in Wheeling West Va. He belonged to the Knights of Columbus, Holy Name society and was a member of the Faithful Friends group at St Richards Parish.

Friends and family may call 4:00-8:00 pm Monday, July 12that Jenkins Funeral chapel located at 2914 Dover Center Rd, Westlake 44145.  A Catholic mass will be celebrated July 13, 2021, at 10:00 am at St. Richards Catholic Church in North Olmsted Ohio, followed by Christian burial at St. Joseph’s cemetery in Avon Ohio.

Guest Comments

Lil Frantz and family
Cuyahoga falls Oh

Our prayers are with u during this difficult time. I’m sorry the flowers I ordered didn’t arrive in time for you to enjoy them.

Wendy Ulaszewski
North Olmsted, Ohio

I'm sorry I couldn't make it today. My heart goes out to you at this time of sorrow. Losing a parent is devastating. Remember the good times. Talk to him. He's listening. Big hugs. You'll see him again.

"...Do not think of me as gone
I am with you still, in each new dawn!" <3

Charlotte Tuttle

Tom and Christine, sending my condolences to you and your family in your loss...praying His comfort for you all.

The Trauner Family
Centerville, PA

Cherishing many great memories of Uncle Ray. He will live forever in our hearts. We are thinking and praying for the entire family during this most difficult time.

shane t steele

My condolences to you and your family.

Patti King

We were blessed to have Mr. Fields as a neighbor. Saturday mornings we new where my dad would be.Their friendship was a big part of my Dad's life.
My heart is with the Fields family at this time.

The Baker Family
Cheshire CT

Remembering Uncle Ray with fondness and sending prayers and loving thoughts to Aunt Rosie, Tom, Rick, Anna and Beth and their families.