Raymond H. Tuckey passed away on February 16, 2022 in South Jordan, Utah, after a courageous battle with COVID-19. \n\nHe was born on August 29, 1944 in St. Mark’s Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah to Henry Hans Tucky and Annie Irene Harmon Tuckey. His little sister Cheryl was born several years later.\n\nRay grew up in Magna, Utah. He loved his Grandmother Harmon, who ran a floral business out of her Magna home. He enjoyed all of the flowers she cultivated in her greenhouse which Ray had helped her to build. Ray helped take her floral arrangements to her customers throughout the area. \n\nAfter graduating from Magna High School, Ray worked 31 years at Kennecott Copper mine in the Salt Lake Valley. His father also worked at Kennecott as a supervisor, and encouraged Ray to continue in the family tradition. He worked most of the extra hours that nobody else would take, so he was appreciated by his coworkers. \n\nRay liked doing yard work and garden beautification, and was reknown throughout his neighborhood for keeping a beautiful yard. He also paid close attention to maintaining his family cars. He played for years in a bowling league, typically bowling a 250 plus score, and was appreciated by his teammates. He served as an Elder in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. \n\nRay was a kind man and a good husband. He was the stepfather for Angie Reed and Gil Reed, and loved them as his own children. He is survived by his wife Patricia (Toni) Rae Cox to whom he was sealed in the Oquirrh Mountain Temple for time and all eternity. The family wishes to thank Stonehenge Rehabilitation Center in South Jordan for helping him in his last days.\n\nA graveside service will be held at 1:00 P.M. on February 23, 2022 at West Jordan City Cemetery, 7925 South 1300 West, West Jordan Utah 84088.