I so loved Uncle Ralph and Aunt Sue visits to the coast. They introduced us to Dominoes and yesterday Ma, me and my son played a rousing game of Dominoes in honor of Uncle Ralph. Love and prayers to all. You will be missed Uncle Ralph.
We are sad to hear about Uncle Ralph's passing. Keeping the family in our prayers.
We are so sorry to hear of Ralph's passing. He was a great neighbor to our daughter and her son! Ralph was so good to both of them! We will miss him! You are all in our prayers. Please let us know how we can help your mom!
I am so sorry to hear of Ralph's passing, I remember living next door to you many years ago. May God bless all of your family.
My heart is greiving heavily for you Sue. You and Ralph played a large part of my young life. You both were not only my in-laws at one time, but my second set of parents at the age of 15 and for 18 additional years.
How I have missed both of you from being part of my life since then. As with everything in life, people change and nothing stays the same.
However, the one thing that no on can change is my special memories of both you and Ralph. The camping trips to Linton, Indiana with the whole gang piled up in Ralph's white van. The time spent around the camp while the boys were out hunting. All the shenanigan's you and Dorthoy provided me. I was honored to have a front row seat and be part of such a fun and loving family.
I would re-do it all over again. From the camping trips with fish flying over head because we were so excited we caught something and yanked so hard on the fishing pole the poor fish flew out of the water and landed 10 yards behind us, eating canned spam and eggs for breakfast, hearing Dorthoy say "You ole bag of bones" to us dragging logs out of the woods for firewood only for you to over strain yourself and quickly stand up and say "Did you hear that muzzle loader" I still chuckle about that one!
And to the boys (Brian, Barry and Randy), I have felt the pain you are feeling. Nothing anyone can say or do will help ease the pain of losing your father. They say time heals all, and it does, but nothing can lessen the pain at this moment. Just know your Dad is watching over you all and he is proud of you.
Cherish all those great memories forever, much love to you all.
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