served the Boys' Athletic League, and unofficially
at Camp Sebago and for more thant 20 years as Camp
of Wakonda and Orenda. He and his wife Jean, their
family and staff
were of service to the Girls' Vacation Fund, Inc.
for more than 38 years,
buying food, opening and closing camps, and running
and other holiday parties.
From 1968 to his retirement in 1976,
Ray served as registration head for the
Boys Athletic League and Girls' Vacation Fund, Inc.,
recruiting and sending thousands of boys and girls