Raymond “Peewee” Alan Chaplin, 66, of Hot Springs, Virginia passed away Saturday, July 09, 2022, at his residence.
He was born April 13, 1956, in Clifton Forge, Virginia, the son of the late Gene Edward Chaplin, Sr. and Mary Edna Booze Chaplin.
He was employed with Omni Homestead Resort as a steward.
Peewee was a simple man that loved music of all kinds and enjoyed watching movies. He was a loving brother who liked food, trains, and spending time with his friends. He will be loved and missed forever.
He is survived by a brother, Gary Chaplin of Covington, Virginia; and a sister, Tammy Chaplin of Covington.
A private graveside service will be held at a later date in Cedar Hill Cemetery.
Peewee. I will miss you.
Always enjoyed talking with you, but then again, I don’t think you ever met a stranger. Fly high my friend!
We love you and miss you Peewee it will never be the same night crew
Always looked forward to seeing him.Always had something to say about trains,music,CD players, He will be missed.
Pee wee rest in peace my friend ,u will be missed dearly by all that knew you ,and Henry is so right , night crew will never ,ever be the same without , In Jesus precious name we pray ,AMEN.
I knew Pee Wee for a long time. He was a joy to talk to. R.I.P. my friend.
Will always be grateful for his time and all he shared. Rest in peace PeeWee.
Pee wee rest in peace my friend ,in Jesus precious name we pray ,AMEN.
Rest easy my friend
Pee Wee was a good friend, sweet person, & distant cousin. Enjoyed talking movies, music, Genealogy, and Botetourt History with him. Pee Wee was always willing to help out. He will be missed. Prayers to family, friends, and coworkers.
Rest in Peace.