In Memory

Ray Uhler

Ray F. Uhler, 60, of Gibsonville, NC, passed away peacefully holding his true love, Alicia’s, hand, on June 19, 2020. Born in Ellerslie, MD, Ray was the son of the Edward H. Uhler, deceased, and Edna C. Uhler, who survives.

Ray was employed for over 42 years at Donald W. Perry Company / TOP Construction Company, serving as VP of Construction. He was a member of Westover Church in Greensboro, NC, serving with the Parking Ministry, and with Ginger’s List, which performed services for the widows who were Westover members. Ray was a faithful and loyal friend to everyone he met. His boundless heart and giving spirit shall always be treasured by his family and all who knew him.

Those Ray leaves behind to treasure his memory include his wife, Alicia L. Uhler, his mother, his brothers, Ed (Vicki) Uhler, Mark (Tina) Uhler, his sister, Sue A. Uhler, his brothers-in-law, Jeff (Teresa) Young, Jon (Kelli) Young, his sister-in-law, Melanie (Jeff) York, nine nieces and nephews, and fifteen great nieces and nephews.

The family will be having a private graveside service. A public memorial service for Ray will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Lung Cancer Alliance or the American Cancer Society.

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06/22/20 10:32 AM #4    

Sally Blair (Harrison)

Sally Blair Harrison 


My heart is just broken for you. Ray was an incredible and giving man to so many lucky 
people. When I think of Ray I immediately see a big and loving SMILE! 
Ray was so blessed to have you as his bride!

Ray has always as will always have a special place in my heart.

Prayers always!

Sally B





06/22/20 11:29 AM #5    

Robert Trifunovic

My condolensces to all of the Uhler family, I only knew Ray for a few years in HS but hearing of his passing still hit me.  Even though we ran in different circles (nerds and jocks), he was alway exceptionally kind and respecting and always a friend.  May he rest in peace.

Robert Trifunovic


06/22/20 02:31 PM #6    

Lorraine Ryan

Alicia -

I am so sorry to hear of your loss.  Ray was so funny and kind in school to everyone (even Yankee transplants!)  Thinking of you...  Lorraine

06/22/20 03:31 PM #7    

Kathy Ray (Holt)

Alicia, So sorry to hear about Ray passing away. He was such a sweet person.  My heart breaks for you Alicia.  I will be praying for you.

Love , Kathy Ray Holt

06/22/20 10:08 PM #8    

Lisa McIntyre (Henry)

I saw both Ray and Alicia in 2008 before the reunion before the last reunion. Rob Maultsby and I went to their house and were able to spend time with them both. To hear of Ray's passing was terrible news. Ray was one of the nicest guys you could meet and Alicia was one of my best friends in high school. It was so great to see their love story. 
I will always remember them both fondly. Alicia I will think of you and pray for you often. 

06/23/20 09:17 AM #9    

Lisa Gunn (Beasley)

So saddened by the passing of Ray. Alicia, you two were always "rays" of sunshine, and I am so sorry for you loss. Ray was always that person with the wide smile and big heart. He was a friend to all. When I think of my days at Williams, Ray is right in the middle of my memories. Sending you and your family prayers of comfort and peace during this difficult time.   Lisa Gunn Beasley












06/23/20 09:29 AM #10    

Ted Chandler


I am so very sorry to hear about Ray's passing. Not only did I have the chance to know him at Williams, I had the opportunity to work with him over the years in the construction business. He was a terrific guy and will be missed. May all your warm memories ease the sorrow that you feel. I pray that God's love will surround you, sustain you and give you peace.

Ted Chandler

06/23/20 01:40 PM #11    

Sheri Reams

I'm so sorry to hear about Rays passing. We use to have the best time in high school especially when we were working over at Dickey's garage. Good times and great memories. I know Alicia will miss him dearly along with all of his family and friends. He is now in a place of Peace and Health in the loving arms of our Lord and Saviour. Hopefully we will all see him again.

06/23/20 05:52 PM #12    

Pam Fazzino (Slepp)

Im so very sorry to hear this news! Ray was such a sweet guy! Always gave a  welcoming smile, and wave of the hand working with the parking ministry at Westover. Alicia, please accept my condolences, and prayers of comfort and peace.

06/24/20 08:37 AM #13    

James Ellison

I'm so saden today to here of the passing of Ray. Ray has always been a GREAT friend and one of the nicest people I know. It's a great lost to us all. LOVE you Man 

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