of Mountain Home, AR
December 8, 1941 - September 21, 2022
Mr. Raymond Pangle, 80, of Mountain Home, Arkansas passed away on Wednesday, September 21, 2022, at Mercy Hospital in Springfield, Missouri surrounded by family and loved ones. He was born December 8, 1941, in Flippin, Arkansas to James Hearl and Ethel (Godsey) Pangle. Raymond was a member of the Flippin Bobcat basketball team and graduated in 1960. He is a veteran of the US Navy and served from 1960 to 1964 on the USS Midway. Raymond was a member of the Yellville Masonic Lodge #117 from 1964 until present. He began working for the Missouri Pacific Railroad, later Union Pacific, in 1969, as an engineer, until his retirement.Ray had many hobbies and loved sports. One of his earliest favorites was racing motorcycles. He and Lois, his wife of 57 years, spent many Sunday nights in the emergency room but she decided she would throw in the towel after they hit a dog on Push Mountain Road. He continued to race after that, but she never rode behind him again. His favorite hobby ever, though, was golf. Every week he looked forward to Thursday night league with his friends. He even served as President of the Twin Lakes Golf Association and helped build the bathroom on the back nine of the Twin Lakes Golf Course.Ray is survived by his wife Lois Kay Bradley Pangle; daughter: Krystal Pangle Hamm; son Raymond Pangle II, and three grandchildren: Ashton Michelle Hamm Meler, Jakob Neuland Hamm, and Tristen Jolie Pangle. Raymond was proceeded in death by his parents, two brothers: Doren Kay Pangle and Bobby Clarence Pangle, and sister: Mary Lou Pangle Huff.Visitation will be Friday October 7, from 6-8 PM.Funeral Service will be Saturday October 8 at 2 PM.Burial will follow in Mountain Home Cemetery in Mountain Home.
So very sorry for the loss of Ray’s passing. My prayers are with you and your family.
So very sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers are with you all during this most difficult time. My late husband Tommie has shared many many memories of the times he had with the Pangle boys.
So sorry for your loss. We will all miss himLove and prayers. Mary and Bryan Pangle
James Hearl Pangle born in 1910 is in my family tree!My Grandfather was Herbert Lee PangleG-Grandfather was James Lafayette PangleG-G-Grandfather was John Henry PangleG-G-G-Grandfather was Andrew PangleG-G-G-G-Grandfather was John H. PangleG-G-G-G-G-Grandfather was Johann Heinrich Frederick Bengel (changed to Pangle when entering U.S.)Makes me wonder just how many Pangle’s there are!Sorry for your loss,Pamela
So sorry Lois he was a lot of fun
Our deepest condolences to the Pangle family. Mr. Pangle was a great guy. One of a kind irreplaceable. He will be greatly missed by all! Fly high Mr. Pangle I can just see your big charming grin now 🥰
Lois, my deepest sympathies for you and your family. Sending you love❤️
Sending our love and prayers to you and the kids. May god be with you all during this difficult time.
Lois thinking of during this difficult time praying for peace for you and your family.
Sending condolences for Ray’s family, so sorry to hear of his passing. I have many memories of growing up around my cousin, Ray, and the other Pangles. My husband, Don, and Ray would visit on the golf course, now maybe they can enjoy a Heavenly round of golf together. Sincerely, Evalyn Jo
We are so sad that Ray had to go. He will be sorely missed. He was a great friend and wonderful person. He was loved beyond what words can express. There will never be another Ray Pangle, he was one of a kind.
RIP uncle Ray we love you and will miss you ❤️
Lois, so sorry for the loss of your husband! Prayers for comfort and peace in your heart. Love, Bev
So sorry to hear this. Condolences to the family.
Lois and family. So sorry to hear of Ray's passing. Please accept my deepest sympathy.
Lois Kay, so sorry to hear about Ray's passing prayers for the family.
I PLAYED GOLF WITH RAY AND HAD LOTS OF FUN, HE LOVED GOLF AND WAS VERY GOOD
Rest In Peace Uncle Ray.We love and miss you. Shelly Huff Mauldin and family.
Rest in peace Uncle Ray.
So sorry to hear of Ray's passing. I worked many long hours, day and night with Ray. He was always 100% as an engineer and loved his family. I am sure that he will be missed by all who knew him.
So very sorry for your loss. Ray was a wonderful person. He will be missed by all of those who were fortunate enough to have known and loved him. Please accept our condolences. You have our deepest and heart felt sympathy at this time.Sincerely,The RollersMike and Dianna
Dear Lou’s and family,We’re so sorry to hear of Ray’s passing. It was always a pleasure to run into him around town. Please accept our deepest sympathy. Peace, prayers and blessing to you and your family.Rob & Carmen
I have lost a member of our family. He was a true friend and the grandkids still call him "Ray Jay". You and your family have my love and deepest sympathy.
Lois and family. So saddened to hear of Ray passing. Feel I have lost a long time friend of my family. May God protect you at this time.
Condolences, prayers & love to all the family!