2021 Update: Ray Greybar Obituary
Raymond “Ray” James Greybar, age 79, of Fort Collins, Colorado passed away at North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley, Colorado on March 13, 2021. The son of Frederick and Catherine (Bilkovich) Greybar, he was born on November 2, 1941 in Chicago, Illinois. Preceding him in death are his parents, wife Dorothy (Homolka), and brothers Frederick and Jack.
A man of many interests and abilities, Ray was often found working on his many projects, taking care of grandchildren and horses, and enjoying nature. He loved the Lord and sharing the Gospel with those he encountered and worked to protect unborn children. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
Ray is survived by his brother Robert (and Anita) of Snowmass, Colorado and sister-in-law Gerry Jones of Fort Collins; son Will (and Sandra) of Fort Collins, Colorado; daughter Cynthia Joseph of Greeley, Colorado; daughter Theresa Walker (and David) of Germantown, Tennessee; daughter Michelle Ross of Longmont, Colorado; and grandchildren Sarah Maxwell (and Tommy) of Luther, Oklahoma, Sherry Mulholland (and Tim) of Loveland, Colorado, Benjamin Sainato (and Mallory) of Claycomo, Missouri; Desiree Ross and Mark John Ross both of Milliken, Colorado, and his many nieces, nephews, and friends.
Michelle Ross' Facebook post about her dad's passing. Bob Enyart's comment there...
Ray will be greatly missed! He helped us reach about twenty million more people, over the years, than we otherwise would have, as he and you Michelle did the public relations work for our radio program, getting us (me and Doug McBurney) on Fox News, the BBC, ABC's Politically Incorrect, etc. You guys were quite the team!
2006 Show Summary: Our producer's wife, Dorothy Greybar, is alive because her husband Ray refused a nurse's request for a Do Not Resuscitate order. Patient Beware!
AIDS activist Sarah Porter should be charged with attempted murder for intentionally spreading the infection.
During the 90s, America did not really lower our epidemic murder rate, but only postponed it, until we started to release the extra million criminals we put in jail. Now, they're coming out, and the murder rate jumped five percent to hit 16,900 victims in 2005.
The U.S. Supreme Court will review the symbolic Partial-Birth Abortion Ban, but even if upheld, the ban would not stop a single scheduled abortion, because abortionists are trained in multiple techniques, and they would simply use a different technique to kill the child scheduled to die during that appointment.
Loretta from Arvada (long-time listener, first-time caller) asked how to revoke the organ donor instruction she signed on the back of her driver's license. Answer: Scribble it out with a magic marker and write REVOKED!
Mike from Arvada visited the National Aquarium in Baltimore and exposed a gutless fish evolution exhibit.