Ray Anthony Tuesing


Ray Anthony Tuesing, age 69, departed this life on Wednesday, December 26, 2018. Death was sudden and unexpected.  Ray is a lifelong resident of the Hambleton community, residing the past 12 years at 69 Green Hole Lane in Hendricks.

He is survived by his wife, Roxanne Roberts Nestor Tuesing, stepdaughters, Jennifer Nestor Louk (Andy Rapp); Amy McDaniel (Keith); and Carrie Archuleta (Cade). Grandchildren:  Matthew Louk, Anna Louk, Emma Louk, Devin McDaniel, Dustin McDaniel, and the light of his life and special partner in all things farming/hunting/fishing/swimming, Oliver Archuleta.   He is survived by brother Fred H Tuesing (Penny) and sister, Karen Pyles (Howard) and numerous nieces and a nephew.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Fred H.and Bessie Summerfield Tuesing, twin brother Roy A. Tuesing, and brother William Thomas Tuesing.

Ray retired as an operating engineer, working out of Local IUOE 132.  He spent his time since retiring as a community volunteer, working with the Tucker County Senior Citizens and other local food banks to bring food to Tucker County.  He spent much time delivering eggs to folks in the Parsons area, often referred to as “the egg man”.  He was a former member of the Hendricks Town Council and Hendricks Park Board.  Ray loved to garden and share his knowledge of heirloom seeds.  Ray was Protestant in faith.

We all loved Ray for an infinite number of reasons, as his wife, I feel so blessed and am thankful for the wonderful life we shared.

Ray was a magnificent man, a loyal loving husband, and a true friend to me.

 In addition he was a devoted father and grandfather to my children and grandchildren. Although my girls did not enter the world through his body, but they entered the world through his heart, the bond they shared was unlike any other connection.  Jennifer, Amy, Carrie and the grandchildren cherished the love and support he showered upon them.

He provided us with a never-ending sense of physical safety and emotional security.  He loved working long hours to provide our family with a comfortable lifestyle.  He loved and accepted each of us.  He was a good man, an extraordinary husband and outstanding father and grandfather who will be loved and missed by all.

Ray’s request for cremation is being honored.  He also requested that his memorial service be held “during good weather”.  Time and date is undecided.

Memorial tributes can be made in Ray’s memory to the Tucker County Senior Citizens, Inc. 217 Senior Lane, Parsons, WV