Raymond Stoney, Jr.

Raymond Stoney, Jr., of League City, Texas, passed away on Saturday June 8, 2024 at his home in League City, Texas at the age of 67.

Raymond Stoney, Jr was born on October 13, 1956 to the late Raymond Sr and Carrie Spencer Stoney in Corpus Christi, Texas.  He graduated from Foy H. Moody High School in 1975 and then attended Texas A&M University in Kingsville, Texas before serving in the United States Air Force for 8 years. Raymond had a technical career in the Oil & Gas/Chemical Industry for 38 plus years, working for Kerr-McGee, Betz-Dearborn, Halliburton, Encana, Shell Chemical, LyondellBasell, and Marathon Oil briefly before retiring.

He enjoyed music, watching movies, fishing, sports, barbecuing, keeping the best lawn, home improvement projects and entertaining family and friends. He spent many seasons coaching his kids baseball and softball teams. Raymond also enjoyed keeping in touch and helping with his family and friends. He will be sorely missed by those who knew and loved him.

He is preceded in death by both his parents, Raymond Sr (1994) and Carrie (1985) and his eldest sister Gloria J. Harper (2021).

He is survived by his loving wife of almost 44 years, Margie C. Stoney, son Raymond Jeremiah, daughter Ramisha Patrice, and sister Beverly S. Williams. Dear nieces, nephews, and a host of cousins.

The Family will receive friends on Saturday, June 29, 2024 at 1:00 p.m. for family visit. The services for his Celebration of Life begins at 2:00 p.m. at the Crowder Funeral Home, 1645 East Main, League City, Texas 77573. A private link will be provided to family and friends to view the services live streamed. A repast dinner will be held at La Brisa Mexican Grill, 501 N. Wesley Drive, League City, Texas 77573. The interment will be at the Houston Veterans National Cemetery in Houston at 10:30am on July 2, 2024.


  1. Our condolences to the family. You are in our prayers 🙏..

    Delena & Dennis King
  2. God Bless You Raymond And Your Family. You’ve Been A Lifelong Friend. Thank You For Always Checking On Me. We Grew Up On The Same Street And We’re Roommates In College. From My Family To You. Rest In Peace My Dear Friend.

    Victor Williams
    • When I think about my cousin Raymond the adjectives that come to my mind are kind, caring, family, peace maker & strong💪 I will miss you tremendously Fella your memories will always remaine in my heart ❤️ I love you. My Condolences to Margie and Misha.

      Karen Lumpkin
  3. Our condolences to your family from the Galloway Hodge familes

    Lisa Galloway and Ivy Hodge tiny
  4. My prayers and condolences to the family of such a great classmate. Raymond was a good friend to everyone. May He rest in eternal peace with our Savior.

    Ana G. Shelton
  5. I grew up with Raymond and his sister, Beverly, in Corpus Christi, Texas. Our parents also worked together. Raymond was one of the kindest people that I ever met. He was never too tired or busy to help his friends or listen to them. It is truly excruciatingly painful to lose a thoughtful friend that you have known all of your life. He and his family will remain in my heart forever. His memory will be a blessing.

    Dr. Barbara P. Campbell
  6. One of the best men we’ve ever known. You will be missed and never forgotten.

    Faye and Maggie
  7. My condolences to the Stony family may you be blessed

    Bobby Johnson
    • Condolences to the Stoney Family and friends of our dear “Fella” a friend and great person. Rest In Peace, you will be missed!

      Carol Mercer and Family
    • Gods Speed to Stony Family! God has Angel. At beck and Call. Condolences from Turner Family!

      Reginal Turner
  8. My buddy and homeboy who I enjoyed fishing with over the years,thank GOD for allowing us to be able to fish one more time before he took his place in heaven,Raymond left his mark on this world and will never be forgotten,please pray for his family 🙏🙏

    Gerald Hill
  9. Condolences. Our prayers are with you.🙏🏽

    Jeanne and Eric Tillmon
  10. I only met Raymond once, but I could tell that he was full of fun. I feel like I know him from Beverly’s many stories and memories. I could tell, just from listening to her, that he was a real family man , and I know he’s going to be missed! You will all be in my thoughts and prayers!

    Lorrie Shafer
  11. My prayers are with you and your family
    Love you always

    Monique Tice and family
  12. “Life in this world can bring tears and pain.,still everyday I will say my life is not in vain for God is not unrighteous and He remember the Love we’ve shown. DParm

    Deborah Parham
  13. We extend our sincere condolences to the Stoney family. We look forward to the time when there will be no more tears and pain and we will see our loved ones again. Revelation 21:3,4

    Michael and Karen Brown
  14. Prayers are with you
    And your family at this
    Trying time,Jesse sr
    Jesse jr,Karson and Rose.

    Jesse powers sr
  15. My heartfelt condolences to the entire family. I am holding you in my heart and in my caring and supportive thoughts. I know what a tremendous loss this is to you.

    With love,
    Lisa (New Jersey)

    Lisa Burke
  16. My deepest sympathy for your family and friends that knew you, Raymond. When I think of you, I see you walking the halls of Moody High school with that big smile and cheerful personality! You were a good friend to everyone, with a kind heart and soul! I was blessed to have known you! Rest in peace, sweet friend!
    With love, your classmate of ’75!

    Denise Oliveira
  17. Continued thoughts with and prayers for the family in this tremendous loss.

    Janaka Bowman Lewis

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