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Raymond E. Hardwidge

November 11, 1950 - December 23, 2023

Raymond E. Hardwidge Raymond E. Hardwidge
    January 6, 2024 | 1-3:00 P.M.
  • Yurs Funeral Home
    405 East Main Street
    St. Charles, Illinois
  • Memorial Service
  • January 6, 2024 | 3:00 P.M.
  • Yurs Funeral Home
    405 East Main Street
    St. Charles, Illinois
  • Burial Location
    Private-Evergreen Cemetery, Evergreen Park, Illinois

Raymond E. Hardwidge, age 73, of St. Charles passed away Saturday, December 23, 2023 at his home.

He was born November 11, 1950 in Chicago, Illinois to William and Audrey Hardwidge.

He was survived by two sisters, Jeanette, (Bill) and Beth, two nieces, a nephew, several grand nieces and nephews and numerous friends.

Memorial Visitation will be from 1-3:00 P.M. and a Memorial Service will be held at 3:00 P.M., Saturday, January 6th at Yurs Funeral Home, 405 East Main Street, St. Charles.


Rand Estlund from Novak Park, IL

"Ray. I have known you for over 20 years. You were always kind & gracious to me. You loved living in Novak Park. Goodbye my Novakian Friend. Rand"

Scott Freeman from St Charles IL, IL

"Great neighbor who will be missed. Ray and I would talk about the old cars he’s had and of course the stingray. Always gave free solid car advice and a little ribbing on my car choices. We will miss you in Novak. You knew it was nice weather in the park when the blue vette strolled around the neighborhood."

Edward Hardwidge from Carmel, IN

"Cousin Ray will be missed. We had many good times together in our teenage years."

Lori Beth from Tinley park , IL

"Love you always Uncle Ray.Miss you forever."

Fran McCormick from Batavia, IL

"… may you soar with the Angels, be welcomed into the Arms of our Lord … and find eternal peace … my friend 🙏🏻 A lot of fond memories, had and to cherish … just hanging out and making the best of times … bbq’ing, enjoying a wine spritzer in the summertime while sitting on your door step along with the usual suspects just shooting the S***, and who can ever forget Rays surprise …. ‘peanut butter’ shots lol, and pontooning on the Fox with the usual suspects on a beautiful summer day … I will miss your kindness, your company, and you sharing your thoughts … I am truly saddened that you left us way too soon … I will truly miss you Ray … but know you’ll remain with us always … usual suspects … in spirit 🥰 You just keep on keeping on … until we meet again ‘my friend’ 💗 Fran"

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