Raymond A. Cabral, Sr.

Raymond A.  Cabral, Sr., 74, of Orlando, FL, and formerly of East Providence passed away unexpectedly at his home on Thursday, July 9, 2020.  He was the husband of the late Lois (Dunham) Cabral

Born in Providence, he was a son of the late Anthony and Mary (Souza) Cabral.   Raymond was a Baker before he retired.  Raymond loved his family and grandchildren very much.

He leaves two children, Raymond Cabral, Jr. and his wife Stephanie of Windermere, FL, one daughter, Mary Abdallaand her husband Ahmed of North Attleboro, one sister, Jeannette Quirini of Riverside and six grandchildren.

His funeral service and visitation will be Private.  Burial will be in Gate of Heaven Cemetery.


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Christine Tague from Attleborough wrote on July 18, 2020 at 11:02 pm
Ray and Stephanie so sorry for your loss. Auntie cris and David
Christine Tague from Attleboro wrote on July 16, 2020 at 11:26 pm
Ray and Stephanie so sorry for your loss Auntie Chris & David.
Tim Christensen from Warwick RI wrote on July 16, 2020 at 4:15 pm
I first met Ray at a Dunham family Thanksgiving dinner while I was dating his sister-in-law Florence, my wife of 35years, and connected right away. Both of us Sox and Pats fans, we connected and shared our hope for a Championship for either team. I’m sure the years that followed gave him as much joy from their success as well as me. Save me a seat in the bleachers.
Frank and kathy from Columbia wrote on July 16, 2020 at 1:10 pm
Great guy, loved the Red Sox. He will be missed.
Connor Osborne from Orlando wrote on July 13, 2020 at 11:47 pm
The first time I met Ray he was waiting outside for me to come mow his lawn. To my surprise he learned my school schedule and would be waiting for me each week to arrive or would leave the door open and yell for me to come right in. He was one of the most giving people I have ever met and always would pay me much more than I ever asked for and would say that he wanted to always make sure I had the money for lunch at college or money to take my girlfriend out for dinner. When my friends and I wanted to take him out to eat he would always flip the tables on us and insist on buying us all lunch when that was the opposite of what we were trying to do. He always had a way of showing that he cared and that the most important things in life are never materialistic. I will never forget all of the conversations about relationships, life, sports and most importantly God that we would have every week. He always spoke of how this life was short and how God is in charge. That in life money, jobs, or status is of little value, but the relationships which we have and standing with Jesus is of great importance. His wisdom and gentleness will be greatly missed but his impact on my life will forever be remembered and shape my steps in life.
Stephanie Cabral from Windermere wrote on July 13, 2020 at 11:11 pm
He was a great father in law. He loved his grandchildren very much. I will never forget the smile they brought to his face every time he saw them. Once he moved to Florida he enjoyed going out to dinner with our family occasionally and loved when his grandkids drip edge to his house to visit. He was always waiting outside. We will miss him lots and never forget him.
Angie and Paul Osborne from Orlando wrote on July 13, 2020 at 10:06 pm
Wr are heartbroken and will miss you!
Angie and Paul Osborne from Orlando wrote on July 13, 2020 at 10:01 pm
It was such a pleasure getting to know Ray. My husband had a stroke and Ray would send his Sunday pie to Paul. I remember telling him not to forget to take his meds one day on the phone and he said, oh you worry so much like Steph! He gave my son, Connor such wonderful memories each week as Connor would go and mow his lawn. Connor looked forward to talking to him. He made such a positive impact on Connor. He was such a generous man. Our heart has been broken. May God bless him in Heaven. We will all meet again.