Raymond F. Muldoon

August 2, 1930 - June 12, 2023

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Raymond F. Muldoon, 92, of Fort Wright, KY, passed away on Monday, June 12, 2023. He was a retired owner/ operator of the IGA Grocery in Latonia, KY. Ray was a devoted and faithful servant to the Lord and loved giving to his parish St. Agnes Church where he was a member for 30+ years. He was a 1949 graduate of Holmes High School where he was a member of the 1946 undefeated champion football team and became the captain in 1948. Ray at the age of 14, during the Great Depression left school for a year to work and help out the family. He loved going to the casino, horse racing, football especially the Bengals, baseball, basketball and playing golf. You name the sport he loved it but most of all he loved his family. Ray was very proud of the fact that he attended 42 Superbowl Games and 51 Kentucky Derby's. He was preceded in death by his wife: Betty Muldoon; son: Terry Ray Muldoon; parents: William and Frances Muldoon; sister: Lucille Johnston and brother: William Muldoon. Ray is survived by his son: Patrick (Laura) Muldoon. Ray was the #1 grandfather to his six grandchildren: Linley (John) Depenbrock, Patrick F. (Merideth) Muldoon, Leah (Kenny) Shinkle, Lauren (Scott) Patton, Lizbeth (Chad) O'Neil, and Lisa (Jim P) Muldoon. He was the best great-grandfather to Danika Ray Depenbrock, David P. Depenbrock, Grant A. O'Neil, Emily P. O'Neil, Chloe J. Patton, Lucas S. Patton, Gavin D. Patton, Harper R. Muldoon and Patrick J. Muldoon. Visitation will take place at St. Agnes Church, 1680 Dixie Hwy, Fort Wright, KY 41017 on Thursday, June 15, 2023 from 4:00 PM until the Mass of Christian Burial at 6:00 PM. Interment will be private and take place at Highland Cemetery, Ft. Mitchell, KY. Connley Brothers Funeral Home, Covington (Latonia), KY is serving the family. Memorials are suggested to: American Diabetes Association at diabetes.org. Online condolences may be expressed on Facebook or at www.connleybrothersfuneralhome.com


Joyce Skarzynski - Jun 22, 2023
I am Ray's niece, Joyce, he was my mother's younger brother, and even though I was not mentioned in the obit, I loved him and I will miss him. I always liked to send him cards for St. Patrick's Day, his birthday and other holidays, and he always called to thank me, I will truly miss all those interactions with him. My sister, Karen and I went to dinner with him a couple times to the Greyhound, and we all really enjoyed those times and he would always mention that he hoped we could do that again, but sadly, now that won't happen and we regret that. He was always a very nice man and worked very hard in his lifetime, so now that he has joined our relatives that have passed, as my sister would say, RUN FOR THE ROSES UNCLE RAY! we will truly miss you and we love you. Joyce
Dan Goetz - Jun 14, 2023
Pat and Laura, so sorry for your loss. I believe the other condolence messages say a lot about what kind of man your father was! May he RIP. God be with you in this hard time!!
La\'Nae Insko - Jun 14, 2023
I worked for Ray for a short time. He was the nicest man loved to talk but not when sports game was on. Took him to decorate Betty’s grave now he is with her.R.I.P
Joan Stark - Jun 14, 2023
I am so sad to hear of Ray’s passing! He was one of the kindest men I’ve ever met! He was a friend to all and will be greatly missed by so many! Rest in peace, my friend! ❤️
Theresa Weber - Jun 13, 2023
My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I worked for MR. Muldoon at IGA and he was such wonderful person. I always looked forward to seeing him and his wife every year at the big races at Turfway.
Veronica Schweitzer - Jun 12, 2023
I remember Mr. Muldoon so well from my IGA days as a young employee. He was such a wonderful man. I am certain you will miss him, and I am so sorry for your loss.
Marty Fritsch - Jun 12, 2023
My sincerest condolences to Pat and Laura, and the entire Muldoon Family. As teenage employee at the Latonia IGA in 1982/1983 it was a great pleasure to work in a true family business. We all had great respect for Ray and Betty.
Kathy Bowen - Jun 12, 2023
I am so sorry to hear of Mr. Muldoon's passing! He and Betty were always so kind to me and he was a great boss. Please accept my deepest sympathy. Kathy Bowen
Nancy Toebbe Moreland - Jun 12, 2023
I work with Ray for Many years. Ray was one of my Dad’s best friends and they were Golf Buddies. What a great Guy. He will be missed by so many. I bet my Dad, Mom and Betty will be happy to see him in Heaven. Prays to all of his Family and friends.
Tom & Pat Litzler - Jun 12, 2023
We are so sorry to hear the news of Ray’s death and unfortunately will be out of town for the services. We were always very privileged to share some lunches & talks, especially about Grocery Stores, with him! His mind was sharp & we got to know him better because of our talks! We were also very privileged to share many of our homemade meals & desserts during the long Covid quarantine, that is when I learned he didn’t like potatoes, lol! We shared his grief when Betty passed away, was told by him that she was the love of his life! He was a diligent caregiver for Betty & now we have to believe they are back together! We pray Ray will Rest In Peace knowing he was loved by not only family but many friends! You, the family, May you remember all the good times & how lucky to have had such a wonderful man as Ray, as patriarch of the Muldoon Family, God Bless you all!
Michelle Litzler - Jun 12, 2023
Ray was a true gentleman and one of the good guys. Love this picture of him! This is the Ray that I will remember. I know he is celebrating with his sweet Betty right now. My sincere sympathy to his family, Michelle Litzler

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