Raymond Joseph Bianchi
Wednesday 4th of February 1931 - Saturday 9th of November 2019
Camp Nelson National Cemetery
6980 Danville Road, Nicholasville, KY
Raymond Joseph Bianchi, 88, husband of Carol Rupp Bianchi passed away Nov. 9, 2019 in Lexington, KY. Born to the late Peter and Linda DeDionisio Bianchi Feb. 4, 1931 in Erie, PA, he moved to Lexington, Ky in 2008.
Mr. Bianchi was a U.S. Army veteran. He was a graduate of Gannon Univ., completed first year at Pitt Law School, and worked many years at Erie Insurance Co. as a litigation manager. After leaving Erie Insurance he owned a Subaru dealership in Monroeville, Pa and retired to Somerset, Ky before moving to Lexington. He enjoyed golf, sailing and swimming.
In addition to his wife of 52 years, he is survived by his son Kevin (Catherine) Kavanagh, MD; grandchildren, Sean (Jennifer) and Scott (Lori) Kavanagh, Lindsay Calderon, PhD; great-grandchildren, Mallory, Rowan, Keaton, Max, Logan Kavanagh; Nicole Calderon and siblings, Edward and Gloria Bianchi. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by brothers, Anthony, Peter, Robert Bianchi.
Graveside service Thurs., Nov. 21, 2019 at 2:30pm, Camp Nelson National Cemetery, Nicholasville, KY.
In lieu of flowers, donations to the Lexington
Humane Society (https://www.lexingtonhumanesociety.org/) and The Sage Foundation for Dogs Who Serve (http://sagefoundationfordogs.org/).
I just wanted to say that i love you so so so much ray and that you were amazing i love you so so so much
Sue Hubbell Wethlisays
Carol and Family, I send my deepest sympathy and condolences. Ray was very good to our young family and certainly you were both a great blessing to us. Memories will keep him close. God comfort and sustain you now as He does daily.
What a great picture of Ray on this website! We worked on many claims and cases together when I was a young lawyer at MacDonald Illig Jones & Britton. I remember Ray taking me to show me your saltbox just after it was built. The last time I saw him I stopped to see him at his Subaru dealership near Monroeville. It was as if we'd just seen each other. Ray was a terrific litigation specialist, but a better man and friend. I regret that I lost touch with him after he sold the dealership. I hope you and he enjoyed many great years and memories together, and that you'll have many more. My sincere sympathies on Ray's passing, Carol. All my best. Tim
Amanda Kubiak (Hubbell)says
Sending prayers of comfort for you and your family. Growing up just up the road from you and your husband, I will always remember your kindness to my sisters and I. Especially the great, big, old-fashioned candy canes you would give us near Christmas! May memories be a reprieve from your sorrow. God bless you and your family.
Michele Hubbell Lofgrensays
My sympathies and prayers to the Bianchi family, especially to Mrs. Bianchi.
Janice & Daniel Niebauersays
Our deepest sympathy on the loss of Ray. Please know that our prayers are with you in this time of great sorrow & grief for the lost of your loved one. May he rest in peace and may God keep him and hold him in his eternal love. Sent with love, Janice, Daniel, Kenneth, Paul & Justin Niebauer Erie, PA