1949 Raymond 2023

Raymond George Otto

December 28, 1949 — June 10, 2023



MISSOULA ~ It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Raymond George Otto, a beloved father, grandfather, Vietnam veteran, and avid sports enthusiast. Raymond left this world on June 10, 2023, leaving behind a legacy of love, strength, and cherished memories.


Born in 1949, Raymond dedicated his life to his family, his country, and his passions. As a Vietnam veteran, as a corporal in the Marine corp served his nation with two tours of duty with honor and distinction, earning the esteemed Bronze Star award for his bravery and commitment. Raymond's service to his country was a testament to his unwavering dedication and selflessness.


Raymond was a devoted father to his three sons, Mike, CJ, and Matthew. He instilled in them the values of hard work, integrity, and kindness, which they carry with them to this day. His love for his sons was immeasurable, and his guidance will continue to shape their lives.


In addition to being a loving father, Raymond found immense joy in being a grandfather. He adored his two grandsons, Tristen and Grayson, and his three granddaughters, Brady, Norah, and London. Raymond reveled in spending time with them, creating cherished memories filled with laughter and love. His grandchildren will forever cherish the bond they shared with their adoring grandfather.


Beyond his family, Raymond found solace and excitement in his hobbies. He was an avid fisherman, finding peace and tranquility by the water, casting his line in pursuit of the perfect catch. Raymond's passion for fishing was a testament to his appreciation for nature's beauty and his ability to find joy in the simple things.


Raymond was also a devoted fan of the New York Yankees, proudly supporting his favorite baseball team through the highs and lows of each season. His enthusiasm for the game was infectious, and he enjoyed sharing the camaraderie of fellow fans while cheering on his beloved team.


Raymond George Otto will be remembered as a loving father, a dedicated veteran, a proud grandfather, and a loyal fan. His spirit will continue to live on in the hearts of his family and friends, forever cherished and dearly missed. He leaves behind a legacy of strength, resilience, and unwavering love that will inspire generations to come.


Raymond is survived by his three sons, Mike, CJ, and Matthew, his two grandsons, Tristen and Grayson, his three granddaughters, Brady, Norah, and London, and his daughter-in-law, Kim Krieg. May his soul find eternal peace, and may his memory be a blessing to all who had the privilege of knowing him.

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