About Eric Raley

Eric Raley, 51 of Carlsbad California formally of Yuma died in a tragic motorcycle accident in Texas on Saturday, August 30, 2008.
He was born February 6,1957 in Connellsville Pennsylvania. He went to Crane School then graduated from Yuma High School. He worked at Betco Air while he was in high school. He then went to work for the City of Yuma in the water department, and waste water treatment plant. Eric moved to California where he worked for San Elijo Joint Power Authority until his death.
He touch the lives of so many people. Always had a smile on his face. He went to be with the Lord doing what he liked best and that is riding his Harley.
Eric leaves behind his wife, Susan; mother, Midge Cook & her husband Larry; father, John Raley; daughter, Heather Raley; son, Eric Raley; sister, Rachel Baker & her husband Ronnie; brothers, Jay Raley, Dwight Raley & his wife Carolyn, all of Yuma; stepdaughters, Piper and Sofie Zeno, of Carlsbad, CA and Meghan Mcquaid-Herzberg of Maui, HI; stepson, Jenner M. Zeno of Encinitas, CA; and many nieces, and nephews.


One Response to “About Eric Raley”

  1. Dan Corrado Says:

    Dear Family and friends of Eric:

    I had the priviledge to meet Eric only a few months ago, and worked with him on a couple of projects. I was so impressed with his character and integrity and I took an immediate liking to him. We shared a likeness in knowlegde, workmanship and humor. My life is richer in knowing him, and I will miss him.
    My prayer is that God will bring peace and comfort for all who knew him in this time of Erics passing.

    Daniel Corrado,
    Sloan Electric

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