Tom and I have lost a very special friend. Rest in peace dear friend Ralph
Tom and Julia Ingraham
Uncle Ralph always had a good sense of humor, even in the worst of times. His laughter and humor was priceless and when he entered a room, he was the life of the party. One of my earliest memories was when he and Aunt Darlene and Mike and Ron came up to visit us and rearranged the furniture on my parents. Rest peacefully Uncle Ralph. I will miss you.
Our deepest sympathies and biggest hugs to all of you! Brian & Melissa Kelsey
Ralph was a gentle caring individual. I’ve know Ralph for a long tine, his days as a employee at the Town of Hamlin Highway Department. I can remember many days of him plowing snow as well as the many other chores he did. His time driving and hauling for a local Hamlin Farmer. You we’re taking to soon Ralph, It’s my guess the Lord has a truck driving position he needs you for. My Condolences to his wife and family. John Curtis
Ralph had the best laugh and the biggest heart. It was always nice to be able to make him laugh and his laugh and smile were contagious. Much love to Darlene and Amy and the whole family. David and Cathy
I will miss your laugh and your harrasing me on fb. Tell George I said hi.
Ralph Kelsey was a great guy. He loved to spend time with friends and family. He would do anything for anyone. He was competetive when it came to playing cards with friends and he and I were bowlers. He would call me with his scores and want to know my scores. He always made it fun. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Joanne Chapman
Uncle Ralph- It was only days ago we were laughing and joking around together! Now our laughter has turned to sadness. Heaven just got a whole lot brighter and funnier. May you rest and peace. Love, Jamie, Danny and Brianna