Brother Raymond W. Upton, S.J., died Friday, June 22, 2007, in Los Angeles, California. He was 83 years old. Born in Quail, Texas, on June 23, 1923, Ray entered the Society of Jesus at Sacred Heart Novitiate, Los Gatos, on June 22, 1948. He pronounced final vows on February 2, 1959, at Bellarmine College Preparatory, San Jose, California. May he rest in peace.
All members of the California Province and those applied to it are to offer or celebrate one first intention Mass and members of the Jesuit Community at Loyola Marymount University and those attached to it but living elsewhere (cf. 2007 Catalogus USA, pg. 35) are to offer or celebrate one additional first intention Mass for the repose of Ray’s soul.
Mass of Christian Burial:
Tuesday, June 26, 11 a.m.
Sacred Heart Chapel
Loyola Marymount University
One LMU Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90045
Wednesday, June 27, 10 a.m.
Santa Clara Mission Cemetery
490 Lincoln Street
Santa Clara, CA 95050
Notes of condolence may be sent to:
Patrick J. (Pat) and Shirley Upton (brother and sister-in -law)
6016 Dias Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95824
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