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Raymond Francis Jablonski, Jr.

April 6, 1956 — March 13, 2021

Swanzey, NH- Raymond Francis Jablonski Jr., 64, passed away March 13, 2021 at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire.

Raymond was born on April 6, 1956 Brattleboro, VT, the son of Raymond Jablonski, Sr. and Alice (Cole) Clogston.

Raymond enjoyed traveling and tried new things with enthusiasm such as cruising, and visiting new places. He had a love for baseball, a longtime Boston Red Sox fan and valued the closeness that going to games with family created. Whether bonding over baseball, playing cribbage and gin rummy with lifelong friends, or simply telling jokes and teaching magic tricks to his grandchildren, Ray gave his full attention and energy to each and every moment. He appreciated the simple things such as a good cup of coffee at sunrise just as much as the big milestones in life. Most will remember Ray as a collector of many things and a Jack of all trades, willing to lend a hand whether he knew you well or not. He will be sorely missed in so many ways but always loved and never forgotten.


He is survived by: his longtime girlfriend, Francine Bullen, his mother, Alice Clogston, his children, Raymond (wife Catherine) Jablonski III, of Highgate Center, VT, Kimberly (Kyle Rollins) Jablonski, of Lexington, SC, Christopher (Lisa Thompson) Jablonski, of Swanton, VT; his grandchildren, Cristian, Dallas, Chloe, Aria, Wyatt, Hudson.


He is predeceased by hisfather, Raymond Jablonski, Sr.


Per Raymond's wishes there will be no services at this time but a celebration of life at a later date.


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