Ulman Raymond Chism
Ulman Raymond Chism was born on October 26, 1966 to Ulman Gilbert and Elwanda Mae Chism in Oregon City, Oregon. He passed away in his home on October 22, 2019. Raymond dropped out of school at a young age to work and take care of his family and later went on to receive his GED at the age of 46. Raymond liked to think of himself as a "Jack of all trades, master of none." Most of his life was spent working on a farm. Raymond loved anything to do with nature, especially horses. He taught many young people to hunt and ride. Raymond never knew a stranger and was always willing to give the shirt off of his back. For being such a little guy, he had a huge heart. He was always 100% or nothing. He was very proud of the children he helped raise.
He was survived by his wife, Dorothy Chism; daughter, April Millican; son, Jeremiah Chism; daughter, Jennifer Turney; daughter, Amy Hill; son, Colton Chism; daughter, Callie Chism; 12 grandchildren; sisters, Thelma Hudson, Diane Pacula, Tammie Fain, and Tabatha Roberts. He was preceded in death by his parents and brother, Larry Porterfield.
Raymond will be remembered and celebrated on Monday October 28th at 2 p.m. at the United Methodist Church of Hunter, 121 E Osage Street. Burial will follow at the White Cemetery outside of Hunter. Memorials may be made to Wilson Funeral Home. Arrangements by Wilson Funeral Home, Pond Creek, OK.
Published on October 24, 2019


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Tammie Fain
Nov 08, 2019
Raymond u was my brother and I loved u even though u made me so mad at times as I did u and even though we didnt see eye to eye about everything and no matter h ou w mad we was at each other u was still there to help me when I needed it I love and miss u u r always in mytboughts and my heart 4ever
Oma Lea Rogers
Oct 29, 2019
Chism Family,
I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. I especially want to offer condolences to April, whom I taught in first grade at DCLA.
Glenda Crow
Oct 29, 2019
My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time.
Aaron Arnold
Oct 27, 2019
He my buddy alway Rest In Peace I will see you some day
Theresa Kitchen
Oct 27, 2019
You was always a good man and a hard worker. I always enjoyed talking to you.
Amy moore (ferguson)
Oct 26, 2019
Raymond was a great man helped anyone out he helped me out several times he will forever be in my heart as well as the family
Oct 26, 2019
My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Such a great man. Rest in peace. Prayers for you all.
Diana Fullerton
Oct 25, 2019
I rember Tommy and Raymond worked together and him and his where so nice and made me feel at home
Oct 25, 2019
Uncle Raymond you took me on my first dove hunt you showed me how to clean them whenever I needed to talk or need help with anything I could call you no matter what time it was you would always come and help I love you rest in peace
Oct 25, 2019
Okay lol brother fly high wrap your wings around us always be in our hearts you and your family came into my life when you was about 3 you was a spit fire love you and miss you
Diana chesteen
Oct 25, 2019
Will miss you, I had fun horse racing with you. Sorry I didn't get to see you much.