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Earl Raymond Livingstone II "Rock"

January 10, 1941 ~ March 18, 2018 (age 77)

 

Earl Raymond Livingstone II "ROCK"  age 77, died on March 18, 2018 in Colorado Springs, Colorado at home under the loving watch of family and friends. He was a veteran of the Cuban Missile Crisis and the Korean War. Ray was born on January 10, 1941 in Erie, Pennsylvania to Earl and Edith Livingstone and graduated from Strong Vincent High School. He joined the Air Force in 1958 and served 21 distinguished years. He is survived by his wife Mary R. Gentzel, his sons Brian, Kevin, and Michael and his daughters Michele, Kathy and Karen; along with ten grandchildren and two great grandchildren and his brother Kemper of Boston, Massachusetts and his sister Lael of Michigan City, Indiana. He was a great family man and a loving father. His family and friends will always remember him as a giving and caring person. He had a wonderful talent of remembering dates, times, and places of so many events; and was known by the family as the walking calendar. He was a friendly person and loved conversing about almost anything. Like the rest of his family, he was a bit opinionated. He had a great and often quirky sense of humor. He was a very devoted father and willing to help individuals who were lucky enough to cross his path Private services will be held. Donations can be sent to Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Earl Raymond Livingstone II "Rock", age 77, died on March 18, 2018 in Colorado Springs, Colorado at home under the loving watch of family and friends. He was a veteran of the Cuban Missile Crisis and the Korean War. Ray was born on January 10, 1941 in Erie, Pennsylvania to Earl and Edith Livingstone and graduated from Strong Vincent High School. He joined the Air Force in 1958 and served 21 distinguished years. He is survived by his wife Mary R. Gentzel, his sons Brian, Kevin, and Michael and his daughters Michele, Kathy and Karen; along with ten grandchildren and two great grandchildren and his brother Kemper of Boston, Massachusetts and his sister Lael of Michigan City, Indiana. He was a great family man and a loving father. His family and friends will always remember him as a giving and caring person. He had a wonderful talent of remembering dates, times, and places of so many events; and was known by the family as the walking calendar. He was a friendly person and loved conversing about almost anything. Like the rest of his family, he was a bit opinionated. He had a great and often quirky sense of humor. He was a very devoted father and willing to help individuals who were lucky enough to cross his path Private services will be held. Donations can be sent to Mothers Against Drunk Driving, www.MADD.org or the Cancer Society, www.cancer.org.


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