From Central Park Historical Society Encyclopedia
Raymond born in Philadelphia, attended Richmond schools, New York University and served with the Army Medical Corps during WWII. He was a businessman and member of the Bethpage Rotary Club. He operated a medical laboratory in Bethpage. Later sold the lab and joined the Warner-Chilcott Pharmaceutical Co as area sales manager. He had relocated to Commack. He was a member of the Nassau Association of Medical Laboratories, and the American State Associations of Biochemists.
Raymond was killed in a flaming airliner crash near Jones Beach. He leaves his widow Dorothy; two daughters, Carmella and Mary Ann; two sons, Dominic Jr. and Anthony.
Information from the NEWSGRAM - February 12, 1965
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