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Nathan Keith Patterson Jr., 81, passed away in Wilmington, ., on Sunday, December 17, 2017. Nathan was born in Danville, Va., on May 10, 1936. He graduated from G. W. High School in 1954 and proudly served in the . Army for three years. In 1958, Nathan married Mary Sue McElheney, his l…

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Born in Elliston, NL, on July 14, 1924, Ray grew up in Grand Falls. He was educated at Grand Falls Academy from where he graduated with honours in 1941. During WW II, he served with the Royal Air Force in Europe and completed several tours of bombing operations in his much-loved Lancaster. He returned to Newfoundland in 1946, following a medical discharge. Raymond studied accounting and worked in managerial positions in various fields, including Insurance, Road & Building Construction, and Forest Harvesting. In 1974, he entered full-time ministry with the United Church of Canada, serving a number of Pastoral charges throughout Newfoundland. During his ministry, Rev. Ray had the honour of performing weddings for two of his grandchildren and christened three great-grandchildren. He retired from the ministry in 1996, only to return to work at least six or seven times, finally retiring in 2011. Shortly after Confederation, Ray was commissioned in the rank of Pilot Officer in the Royal Canadian Air Force. He worked with all three elements of the Cadet organization until 1964, when upon reaching the compulsory retirement age, he retired with the rank of Captain. On May 11, 2002 he was appointed Honourary Colonel of #9 Wing, Canadian Forces Base Gander, and remained in this position until September 11, 2006, when he retired and reverted to his service rank of Captain. In December, 2008, Ray was awarded the Minister of Veterans Affairs Commendation in recognition of his ongoing contribution to the care and well-being of veterans. A lover of classical music, Ray will always be remembered for his musical abilities, his fingers able to dance across the keyboard without a note of music in front of him. His sense of humor, love for others, and commitment to whatever task he undertook are the cornerstones of his personality and he has touched the lives of many people throughout his life. Predeceased by his parents Nehemiah and Betty, siblings, Horatio, Isaiah, Dora, and Emmeline, and first wife Gwen, Ray is lovingly remembered by his wife Shirley, daughter Georgie (Norm), step-daughter Jada (Grant), grandchildren; Bob, Karen (Roger), Matthew (Karen), and Sarah (Steve), and great-grandchildren; Harley, Thomas, Abby, Samantha, and Rayna. The funeral service was conducted by Rev. Donna Hann with Rev. Royden Reynolds co-officiating, at Memorial United Church in Grand Falls-Windsor on May 7, 2011, 3pm. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Central Funeral Homes. To leave condolences or listen to the funeral service online please visit

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Every December Billboard publishes a chart listing the year's top songs based on their cumulative chart performance in the United States. The number of songs listed on the chart varied in the early years before becoming a top 100 chart in 1956. View a list of the top 100 hit songs in the US in 1972 and listen to a short countdown medley of the top 25 below.

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