CLUSTER, H. RAYMOND

THE BALTIMORE SUN

H. RAYMOND CLUSTER of Baltimore, MD, and formerly of Truro, MA, died on Friday, January 21, 2005. Ray was a graduate of Baltimore City College, Johns Hopkins University, and Harvard Law School. He was a practicing attorney in Baltimore. In his later career, he was a labor arbitrator concentrating especially on railroads. A compelling period in his life was his term of service in the United States Navy. He was the commander of an LCT, landing soldiers on Omaha beach in the first wave on June 6, 1944. He was a member of Baltimore's Human Relations Commission in the 1960's and a board member of the Baltimore Tutorial Project. Ray and Peggy Fox were married in 1942. They had three sons, Michael, Richard and Edgar. Edgar died in an auto accident when he was 18. Ray is survived by Peggy, Michael, Richard, Nancy Falk and his grandson Gregory. A Memorial Service will be held at a time to be announced.

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