Raymond Cecil Hoover

Passed: June 17, 2020


Raymond Cecil Hoover, age 28, of Surprise, Arizona passed away on June 17, 2020 in Surprise, Arizona. He was born on November 4, 1991 to Raymond L. Hoover and Rana K. Schultz in Phoenix, Arizona.

Raymond was a proud, loving and caring brother and son. He was very proud of accomplishing the goals that he set forth for himself. He will be missed by many, especially his sister, mother, father and step-mother. May he rest in peace.

Raymond is survived by his daughter, Raelynn E. Hoover, his sister, Brittany K. Hoover, and his brothers; Scott A. Youso and Mathew T. Guerre. He is also survived by his parents; Raymond L. Hoover and Rana K. Schultz, his grandparents; Dorothea Augusta Hoover and Joyce E. Day, and his step-mother, Valerie A. Hoover.

Public viewing/visitation services are planned for Friday, June 26, 2020 at Thompson Funeral Chapel, 926 South Litchfield Road in Goodyear, Arizona, beginning at 6pm and lasting until 9pm. There is an additional viewing scheduled for Saturday, June 27, 2020, at Thompson Funeral Chapel, beginning at 8am, which will be followed by the funeral service at 9am, services are scheduled to end at 10:30am. Men’s Pastor Kenny Kroger, from the Refinery, will be presiding over the services.

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26 responses to Raymond Cecil Hoover

  1. Tracy says:

    A childhood friend lost way too soon. RC was an awesome person. I’m so sorry to Ray and Val. I cannot imagine the heartache they are going through in this difficult time.

  2. No matter where life took us, we always seemed to find a road back together in one way another. I will miss our ridiculous phone calls daily, your laughter (which still rings in my head), and you always giving me a hard time about Florida and all the stuff that might kill me out here. From our high school lunch table that we sat at together, to our hundreds of letters written every day, to constantly buying more minutes just to talk to you, I will always have a huge piece of you with me. I remember counting down the days until we could talk on a real phone and video chat, and the first time we were finally able to chat. I know the great man you became, and just how much family meant to you. I am glad that I got to be a part of it. As much as I hate Kanye, I might even throw on a song of his every now and again just to relive some of the days we actually spent together. You will always be a part of my life and have a piece of my heart. Like we said in high school, forever and always. Love you kid, rest in paradise.

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