Raymond Sawada Death – Raymond Sawada has passed away suddenly at the age of 38, He was confirmed dead on Monday, the 10th of April 2023. Accoridng to reports, he died while playing the game he loved the most, ice hockey. He died leaving behind his loving wife, Nicole, his two young and amazing daughters, Victoria and Charlotte. His devoted and dedicated family and friends will forever miss him.
Who was Raymond Sawada?
Raymond Sawada was hard-working firefighter for the City of Burnaby. He joined the department in the year 2017. So far, he has been a very instrumental part of the department where he served with distinction and honor. He was a talented hockey player and often dedicated his time in coaching his daughters. He was described as “such a bright light in the lives he touched”
Every action Ray took was motivated and driven with passion, and his passing will leave a vacuum in the neighborhood. He was born and raised in Richmond, British Columbia where he lived until the time of his death. He attended Vancouver College. He later went on to study Human Biology, Health, and Society at Cornell University.
What happened to Raymond Sawada?
At the time of this publication, the circumstances surrounding Raymond Sawada passing including his precise cause of death is not yet revealed. The public will be updated as soon as this piece of information is revealed. Many have hesitated to share heir heartfelt thoughts and prayers with the family of Raymond since the news of his tragic death surfaced.
Raymond Sawada GoFundMe
A GoFundMe page has been set up Brianne Sameshima on behalf of Raymond Sawada’s family. All donations will be channeled in helping Nicole “as she grieves during this time, while she takes unpaid time off work, to a brighter future for Nicole and the girls.”
We appreciate every single message and act of kindness. We feel the love. It gives us reassurance that throughout this sad and difficult time, there are so many who love and care for the family.
Raymond Sawada obituary and funeral arrangements will be released at a later date
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