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1132 E. Plant St.
Winter Garden, FL 34787
Phone: (407) 614-8350
Fax: (407) 614-8349
Dr. Raymund Kwong

Dr. Raymund Kwong

Thursday, June 5th, 1975 - Wednesday, July 17th, 2019
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Dr. Raymund C. Kwong, husband, eldest son and brother, dentist - has passed away on July 17, 2019. He was born on June 5, 1975 to Hon Sum and Doris Kwong in Hong Kong. He is survived by his beautiful family - wife, Kaylee and his son, Donovan. "Ray" is also survived by his parents and siblings - sisters Annie (along with his nieces Ava, Arden, and Ainsley), Wendy (nephews - Lyndon and Logan) and brother Alden Kwong (nephew Connor); brothers-in-law Dr. Thomas Cheng and Troy Moore, and sister-in-law Mary-Ellen Connor-Kwong; his Uncle, Aunt, and cousins - David and Linda Yeung, Carrie, Wai Chi, and Ada Yeung; and his extended family, The Connors - Gary, Desiree, Bonnie, Chloe, and Olivia. Always and forever, cherished by us all.

Ray grew up in Hollywood, Florida where he enjoyed competing in Kung Fu tournaments with his brother, Alden. He attended Chaminade-Madonna High School, where he was the "track king" receiving many accolades. His childhood hobbies included collecting comics, playing video games, building custom RC cars and racing them, pranking his sisters and brother, listening to rock music, and watching Saturday Night Live and Kids in the Hall with his siblings. Ray loved family and really good jokes! He graduated from the University of Florida, College of Dentistry, Class of 2003. Ray was an honor student and achieved his best. He settled down in the Orlando, Florida with his beautiful family, and eventually opened his practice in Clermont.

Over the years, Ray worked with many knowledgeable and dedicated people. He held friendships and family in the highest regard. Ray had many interests, but he found true joy in spending time with family by hosting holidays as family tradition every year. Ray was the best part of us - loving, generous, considerate, happy, and humorous. Our dearest Ray Kwong - husband, father, son and brother will be greatly missed. "We love you always and forever; and in forever, will you be with us in our hearts, souls, and memories”.

Dr. Raymund's Arrangements are in the Caring Guidance of Winter Oak Funeral Home and Cremation.
1132 E. Plant Street Winter Garden, FL 34787
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Marshall Ho

Posted at 01:32am
Dear Annie, Wendy, and Alden, Auntie Doris and Uncle Kwong.........I am devastated. This is Marshall Ho from Fort Lauderdale, your childhood brother and friend. I finally found Raymond online to try and catch up the many missed years and I just found he passed recently. This is a terrible year. My father, Peter Ho, passes away just 2 months after Ray passed. I would love to speak to you all. Please email me at this address so we can connect:

Annie Kwong

Posted at 04:23pm
Today, 15 Aug 2019, marks 1 month of Ray’s passing. Let us all, who love him, remember, celebrate and honor him and the life he so well lived. Ray would have been so amazed to see how many lives he has touched and continues to touch, so let’s live remembering how he lived ...

Go take a leisurely stroll, bask in the sun, people-watch, go picnic, savor a cup of coffee ☕️, chocolate 🍫 & ice cream 🍦 (a favorite trifecta of Ray’s), go to cinema, grab a few cold brewskis with friends and talk about good ol’ times, say a prayer🙏🏼, work on a hobby, dote on the ones you love and thank them for being in your life, reach out & reconnect with old friends & appreciate good food & good company.

Today, let us devote ourselves to shaking free from the spirit of grief and always remembering Ray—the love, kindness and light he embodied while living.

Ada Yeung Posted at 05:30pm

❤️ my favorite memory of Ray is when we used to play “Bat Mobile” as kids at Ruby Wong’s. He sat me on his lap and pretended we were driving the car. He made the sound effects and he steered the “wheel” and shifted gears with my arms. I still remember how hard I giggled. I must have bugged him to play over and over every time I saw him and he was always willing to ❤️

Eva Lee Posted at 09:34pm

He is a great man! Miss our good old days!!

Annie Kwong Posted at 04:42pm

Eva, thank you 🙏🏼 so much for your kind words for Ray. He truly was the dearest, kindest and the most loving soul for the short time he was with us. We were all so blessed to have had Ray in our lives. Remember Ray for his smiles and gentle good heart ❤️.

Kaya Aygen

Posted at 03:34pm
I am devastated to know that Ray is no longer with us. He was a special friend to me and many. Ray ended up being my travel buddy, we attended many dental conferences together and would always share a room and many laughs and fun. He was the kind of guy that would have no qualms of picking you up at the airport at 2 AM or giving you encouragement if you were down. He was a kind hearted soul but nobody could speak ill about. I will miss his laugh, his smile, and and the way he said “Hey, uh, Kaya”. I will travel on but Ray will always be in my heart.

Annie Kwong Posted at 05:12pm

Thank you, Kaya, for sharing your dear memories of Ray. He truly embodied all that was good, all that was positive, all that was light—he really was the best son, brother, cousin, friend, husband, father that anyone could hope for. We are all so blessed to have had Ray in our lives, if only for the brief time he was here. Ray will forever and always be cherished in all our hearts.

Wendy Kwong Posted at 09:12pm

On behalf of our family, thank you for sharing this wonderful memory. My sister heard stories about you, told by Ray to her. She was quite emotional in recounting this, but also touched by your memory. Your description about our brother was just like how we knew him, and will remember him - as the kind hearted soul that was most thoughtful and considerate.

Tony Koagel

Posted at 07:49am
In dental school at UF, they arranged our class in alphabetical order. With my last name being Koagel, I was blessed to be permanently locked next to Ray for 4 years. He was always there to my right from our first day through graduation. On the very first day of dental school, we all were standing in line to take our photo for the class picture. All the guys in the class had a coat and tie on except me. I just had a tie. As I got closer to going up to get my photo, Ray (who I didn’t know at the time) tapped me on the shoulder and offered me his jacket. I thought, man that was really nice. Then Ray said, “here put this on so you don’t look like an idiot”. I immediately started laughing and knew this was a good dude. Then I put his jacket on and it fit too tight and Ray said “never mind, you still look like an idiot”. That was Ray. Kind and wickedly funny....all at the same time. Thanks for being such a great roommate, thanks for being a groomsman at my wedding, thanks for being such a great example to so many. I have too many stories of Ray to count. All make me smile. To Rays family, I know how much he spoke of you all while we were roommates. He loved you guys so much. Aldon, Annie, and the prayers are with you all. Ray was the guy you could call at anytime of the day if you were ever in need and he would drop what he was doing to help out. Literally, gave the coat off his back. Goodbye Ray, until we meet again bud.

Wendy Kwong Posted at 09:17am

Tony, Thank you for your kind words & memory of our beloved Ray. It brought both laughter and tears. That describes the nature of his kind soul and humor. Something nice for you to know is that he kept all the photos of you all - college times, travels, weddings of his colleagues that he was so very fond of. We will post them as we find more. When we’d visit, he would tell us about you all - “I’m going to my buddy’s wedding!” Or that he’d meet up with you all at the dental conferences, and tell us that you had children. He was genuinely happy for you all, and was thoughtful of your major life events. Just like a big brother would do. Thank you for this wonderful memory.

Simon Amir

Posted at 10:12pm
Ray was a beloved brother to us in dental school... so kind and great to be around. We enjoyed a great reunion trip with him to Colorado in 2013 with some other dental school buddies. A year or two ago he came to my office as he was thinking of opening his own. He politely listened to me on and on talking about my wife and kids all day- I asked him how things were going in his life and he expressed that he was a husband and a father- I had no idea! I asked him “dude! Why didn’t you tell me?!?!” He simply said “you never asked!” He was so humble and down to earth, I just want to give him a hug. He will be greatly missed- it is a great regret now that I hadn’t reached out to him recently. RIP brother. I’ll never forget that one night sitting across from you in my kitchen talking all night long about life.

Annie Kwong Posted at 12:56am

On behalf of our family, thank you so much, Simon, for sharing your wonderful memories of our dearest beloved Ray—he was the very best of us, a true gem who will be cherished in our hearts. Ray shared many UF dental school adventures with you all, especially the trip to London, Amsterdam & Malta. Ray treasured your friendship and loved you as a brother.

Wendy Kwong Posted at 08:58am

Thank you for your kind words & memory of our beloved Ray. Something nice for you to know is that he kept all the photos of these travels - working and exploring around the country. All smiles and fun on those excursions. Our family mentioned we were so happy he had an opportunity to explore the world with fine company. Those pictures are very telling that your friendships and time together were cherished and dear to his heart.

Wendy Kwong Posted at 08:58am

Thank you for your kind words & memory of our beloved Ray. Something nice for you to know is that he kept all the photos of these travels - working and exploring around the country. All smiles and fun on those excursions. Our family mentioned we were so happy he had an opportunity to explore the world with fine company. Those pictures are very telling that your friendships and time together were cherished and dear to his heart.

Simon Amir Posted at 11:27am

Annie and Wendy, our dental school crew wants to know how we can help.... please text or call me at 352-682-7640 so we can discuss any way we can be of service- Simon

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