San Francisco Chronicle - (Sunday)
March 22, 1951 - March 10, 2021
Raymond Nunsiale was born March 22, 1951 and passed away on March 10, 2021, at the age of 69, with his loving family at his side. Ray was born and raised in San Francisco by his loving parents Attillio and Zelma Nunsiale who proceeded him in death.
He lived in the city for 23 years, then moved to South San Francisco after marrying his loving wife, Rory Sevilla. He resided in South City until his passing. Ray is a loved father to his sons, Nicholas and Anthony Nunsiale as well as his daughter in law Tina Nunsiale and two grandsons Luca and Leo. He is survived by his cousin Celeste Howard and her husband Howie, mother in law Pearl Sevilla, six sister in laws as well as their spouses and many nieces and nephews.
Ray was a machinist and joined the IA of M Local 68 in 1972 and retired in 2014. He loved being involved in Nick and A.J.’s activities as they grew. He helped coach and was a coach to many of their baseball and basketball teams.
They loved sports and he loved watching them grow. Ray’s favorite Major League Team is the L.A. Dodgers. His family gave him a lot of grief about this, but he was still a loyal fan and wore his Dodger hat always.
Ray loved watching Christmas movies in July, Elvis movies, game shows and sporting events. His favorite hobbies included building model trains. His favorite day of the week was Friday, when he spent time with his grandsons, reading them books or going on picnics. He also really enjoyed reading the paper with Luca and looking at the weather maps together.
Ray will be loved and missed by all of us. His celebration of life was held at the Garden Chapel in South San Francisco.
The family would appreciate any donations be made to your favorite youth organization or to Mills Peninsula Hospital in Ray’s name.