Ray was a retired manager at Canada Dry Bottling Company of Akron Coca Cola and a protestant.He
also was a Navy veteran of World War II where he
was on the PC 616 Ship serving as Motor Mac First Class. He was a member of the Follansbee VFW 3537; a member, current treasurer and past president of Elm Grove Fraternal Order of Eagles Aeries 1891; a past president of the State Fraternal Order of Eagles; Chairman and Director of the WV State Eagles Bowling Tournament; President of the Wednesday Midweek Bowling League for over 40 years; past Council Man in Bethlehem; past member of the Bethlehem Volunteer Fire Department and a member of Hound Dogs Club of the Ohio Valley.
In addition to his
was preceded in death by a brother, Delbert Lee Duncil and a grandson, Clinton David Taylor.
Surviving are his wife, Doris Pauline Johnson Duncil, five children: Carol L. Earlewine and her husband, Philip of Belmont, Ohio; Stephen E. Duncil and his wife, Shelly of Short Creek; Mary R. Wood and her husband, Dale of Wheeling; Paula R. Doyle and her husband, Greg of Wheeling and Ginger K. Taylor and her husband, Jeff, of Short Creek; two brothers, Albert Duncil of Fairmont and Wilbert R. Duncil and his wife, Lelia of Canton, Ohio; two sisters, Marjorie Brown and her husband, Don, and Eleanor Hamilton, both of Fairmont; 14 grandchildren, Stephen Hoppin, Korey Hoppin, Raymond Troy Duncil
, Jason Edward Duncil, Amy Darlene Duncil, Jim Wood, Wendi Whetstone, Bryce Wood, Betsy Tustin, Kyle Doyle, Beth Ann Doyle, Tammy Duncil, Britney Taylor and Jake Taylor and 10 great grandchildren.