Raymond Ozell Kysar 33, of Farmington N.M. passed away on December 21, 2020. He was born on November 3, 1987 in Las Cruces, N.M. to Raymond Lynn Kysar and Debra Ann Hargrove. He graduated from Farmington High School in 2006 in Farmington N.M. His true passion was playing baseball. He played for 14 yrs. He was given the nickname "Ray Ray" by the other baseball parents and his teammates. His love for his teammates started at the age of 5-6 yrs old. They kept in touch through their college years to the present. Raymond and his teammates were baseball State Champions from 2005-2006 with Coach Martin and Coach Donnie Lorett by their side. His love for baseball carried on through his college years. Raymond graduated from Harden Simmons University in Abilene, TX in 2012, he majored with a Bachelors in Exercise Science and a Minor in business. He loved to go target shooting with his sister Jessica, and loved his mom's cooking from steak, tamales, to homemade steak fingers. He loved playing his acoustic guitar along with his cousin Ashley Casey singing along. He loved his favorite cow "Sugar" and loved the color Blue. When Raymond was younger he also had a love for snowboarding in Purgatory. Raymond worked for Sakura Engineering- Scott Martin, Paul and Marie Martin.
Raymond is preceded in death by his father Raymond Lynn Kysar. He is survived by his mother Debra Ann Hargrove of Bloomfield. His sister Dr. Jessica Marie Kysar DVM. of Farmington. His beloved 9 year old German Shepherd "Jax". His grandparents Raymond and Pat Kysar of Farmington, and Grandma Judith M. Hargrove also of Farmington, N.M. Grandparents Samuel and Forrestine Hargrove of Excelsior Springs, M.O. Aunt Rebecca Kysar of Farmington, Uncle Robert and Aunt Julie Kysar of Farmington, Uncle Perry and Aunt Stacy Hargrove of Necedah, W.I. Aunt Beth and Uncle Dave Jones of Farmington, Uncle Dan Casey of N.Y. along with several cousins.
Raymond's care is entrusted by Farmington Funeral Home, 211 West Apache St. Farmington, NM
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