Mr. Raymond Eugene Tolliver

  • Born: November 13, 1939
  • Died: December 2, 2012
  • Location: Knoxville, Tennessee

Highland West Memorial Park, Funerals and Cremations

9913 Sherrill Boulevard
Knoxville, TN 37932

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Tel. (865) 693-9547

Tribute & Message From The Family


Message From The Family

Thank you for your support during this difficult time. Please enhance this tribute to Raymond by adding your memories and photos.

Mr. Raymond Eugene Tolliver, age 74, of Knoxville, passed away on Sunday, December 2nd, 2012, at his home surrounded by his loving family. He retired from Pathway Bellows after 20 years of service in Oak Ridge. He is preceded in death by parents, Zan and Vina Tolliver, siblings, Judy Adaline, Ted and Glenn Tolliver, and granddaughter, Megan Juranek. He is survived by wife, Vera Tolliver, children, Randy (Cindy) Tolliver, Angela Juranek, Mark (Ruthie) Tolliver, grandchildren, Whitney, Jessica, Rebecca, Jenny, Spencer, great-grandchildren, Isaiah and Kaylee, siblings, Jerry Tolliver, Doris Maurer, Barbara Regas and Faye Langley, sister-in-law, Dean (Walter) Turner and Faye (Dale) Hobbs, several loving nieces and nephews, and special brother-in-law, Henry Whitted. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be made to: ALS Association, TN Chapter, P.O. Box 40244, Nashville, TN 37204-0244.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Papaw You were my dad, my mentor, my hero, my whole world!!!! You will be truly missed but never forgotten. I already miss you more than words could ever express but I will remain strong for your lil boy i will make sure i do everything in my power to become the woman you raised me to be. I love you Paps with all my heart and soul!!!!

Posted by Whitney Brown - knoxville   December 06, 2012

so many good memories about all the people i worked with at pathway. i still think about them all

Posted by fred swinehart - knoxville, TN - co-worker at pathway bellows   December 05, 2012


Family Album


Life Stories

Whitney (Mr. Tollivers Granddaughter)and I became friends my sophmore year in high school. it was an instant and easy friendship. Papaw (as we call Mr. Tolliver) put up with alot from us crazy teenage girls. Late nights, early mornings but ALWAYS love and kindness! At one point during my senior year I had an altercation with my parents and needed a place to stay, without hesitation he and Nana opened their doors. Whitney wasnt too keen on sharing her extra comfy bed btu she dealt with it. Every night Nana would set an extra dinner plate for me.Then Nana,papaw, whitney and sometimes megan and I would sit together and eat and talk about our crazy day. He lectured us occasionally but NEVER yelled or punished us. I will miss him but I will always be Thankful that he was part of my life, and even in spirit, always will be! Love you Tolliver Family!