Raymond E. Lied

Apr 6 1942
Nov 23 2019
77 Years

Raymond Edward Lied, 77, of Romansville, passed away on Saturday, November, 23, 2019 at his home. He was the  beloved husband of Margaret Dryburg Lied with whom he share 43 years of marriage. Born in Romansville, he was the son of the late Raymond Eli Lied and Hilda May Long Lied. 

Ed was an area resident all his life and a 1961 graduate of the former Scott High School in Coatesville. He was self-employed with his son as a tool and die maker with Lied and Lied Machine and Tool of Modena.

He was an active member of the Coatesville Moose Lodge where he served as a Trustee and Chaplain. He also served on the Honor Guard with the Coatesville VFW. 

He is survived, in addition to his wife, by one son Raymond E. Lied, Jr. and wife Cynthia of Modena, two grandchildren; Raymond "Matt" Lied and Jessica Nicole Lied, four great grandchildren Taven A. Grow, Riley J. Lied, Callie R. Lied and Alayna G. Arbuckle and two siblings; Lois Shaffer of Morgantown, PA and James Lied of Monroe, LA.

Funeral services will be held on Friday, November, 29, 2019 at 11:00 AM at the Wilde Funeral Home, 434 Main St. Parkesburg, PA followed by interment at Romansville Friends Burial Grounds in Romansville. Family and friends are also invited to attend the viewing from 10:00 AM to the time of the service. 

Online condolences can be posted at www.wildefuneralhome.com 

Service Date: 
Nov 29 2019 - 11:00am
Service Location: 
Wilde Funeral Home, 434 Main St. Parkesburg, PA 19365


Maggie, Our hearts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.  God Bless!

Love, Maggie and Rich Ptakowski



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Ed was always a genuinely good person with a heart of gold. I certsinly miss the days of us standing in the shop talking about every subject you can imagine and his big smile.

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Our deepest sympathy to the family at this time.  We were on the Honor Guard Team  at  the VFW  in Coatesville together.  

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Very sorry to hear about the passing of Big Ed. He was a good man. He was caring, kind and always had something good to say. He will be sorely missed.

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Maggie, Ed and Family,

My sincerest condolences to you on your loss.  He was a great friend to me, and we always had something to talk about. I will miss him very much.

Bernie Weaver


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