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Island community says ‘adios’ to Ray Rojas

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - Family, friends and teammates said farewell to baseball player Ray Rojas today at Santa Teresita Church in Mangilao. Rojas passed away after his Dodge Nitro crashed into a concrete pole less than two weeks ago near the Mangilao church.

He played for the PacSports Giants in the Guam Master's Baseball League and worked at the bookstore at the Guam Community College's. He was also an avid golfer. He and his wife Lina won the GCC Foundation Golf Tournament last year.

In his memory, his teammates wore their uniforms and paid last respects during his viewing today. He will be missed by all in the community who knew him.

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