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Ray Wayne Bagley

Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
Ray Wayne Bagley
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Ray Wayne Bagley, 48, passed away Nov. 14, 2009, at home from a long, hard fight with cancer.

Ray was born in Rifle Colo., to George E and Ginny J Bagley on May 16, 1961; he attended schools in Colorado moving to Idaho with his family in 1976 and graduated from Nampa Senior High School in 1980.

Ray married the love of his life Vicki Van Komen on Aug. 27, 1983. To this union “daddy’s baby girl” Nikki Kay was born in February 1985; Jay Wayne “Jay bird” joined the family in December 1986. Patrick James Erwin joined his family in March 2005.



He was pleased to add a new fisherman to his family. Hunter James Erwin (3) “bub bub” was Ray’s up and coming fishing and hunting partner, Taylor Kay Erwin (7- days ) “buttercup” already had Grandpa Ray wrapped around his little finger.

Ray’s career included working for JR Simplot Company Caldwell and Nicholson Ranch in Kuna, MWI, Roaring Fork Redi Mix, Hood Corporation, and Davco Service until June 2006. Ray was a true blue Denver Broncos and New York Yankees fan.



Ray is survived by his wife Vicki of 26 years, daughter Nikki Erwin (Patrick) of Nampa, son Jay of Nampa, grandson Hunter and granddaughter Taylor, parents George and Ginny Silt, Colo. sister Cathey Rippy Rifle, Colo., brother Ron (Charlene) Silt, Colo., brother Craig (Kathy), Nampa, mother and father in-law Veldon and Pat Townsend, brothers-in-law, Monty Van Komen (Allison) Meridian, Steve Van Komen (Brenda), Nampa, sister-in-law Tami Fritch (Mark), Nampa, numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews, nieces and host of special friends.

He is preceded in death by his Granddad and Grandma Bagley, and Uncle Jim Allen.


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