Laura and Family,
Please accept my sincere condolences on the death of your dad. while it may be hard to have lost him, his memory will always be with you and I am sure will give you comfort in the days and years to come. Sincerely, Kathleen
Terry, Laura, Dan, Shannon & Family,
Please accept my deepest sympathies. You all are in my thoughts and prayers. May your charished memories provide you all comfort during this difficult time and in the days to come.
Love Karen, Jay, Logan
I wanted to share what a blessing it has been to hear from Laura what a special father Ralph was to her. I am sorry for your loss, but am glad you will have wonderful memories of him.
Laura and Family,
You are in my thoughts and prayers during this time. Remember all the memories and special moments.
Dear Johnson Family members,
My wife Ann and I knew and enjoyed many years of friendly business working relationships with Ralph when he was in business in Norfolk. We owned a chemical testing lab on the next street over and often had to consult with, or work with Ralph to accomplish our joint projects. We became professional friends with Ralph and learned to respect him and his abilities. We last saw him at a restaurant earlier this year and had a last chance to catch up on life paths with him. We are shocked at this very sad news and hope you all will accept our heartfelt condolences on your loss. We will have continued good memories of Ralph and his most productive life and valuable contributions.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
I WAS A POOL STORE MANAGER WHEN I MET MR JOHNSON. I WAS STUDYING FOR A CHEM TEST AND HE ASKED ABOUT IT . IMAGINE MY SURPRISE WHEN HE PULLED A PERIODIC TABLE FROM HIS WALLET AND PROCEDED TO EXPLAIN SOMETHING I WAS SCRATCHING MY HEAD OVER. THANKS. ACED THE TEST . THAT WAS SOME 20 YRS AGO. BUT SOME THINGS YOU ALWAYS REMEMBER
Aunt Terry and Family,
We are so sorry for your loss and wish that we could be there with you. As a kid, it was easy to be a bit intimidated by Uncle Ralph because of his booming voice. However, we quickly learned that he had a heart that was even bigger than his voice! I know I wouldn't have gotten through my first semester of college algebra without him. He was a great teacher with endless patience, and I have a lot of fond memories of the time I spent visiting with the two of you in Santa Clara and Los Gatos. Please know that we are keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers.
Rosemarie and Family
Laura, Dan and Family,
For those who believe, life is not ended in death It is merely changed.
Your father's physical challenges did not prevent him from fulfilling his mission here. So many reasons to admire and miss him. His spirit lives on. May your joys out-weigh any pain until you see him again.
Christine & Keith
AUNT TERRY AND FAMILY, I AM SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. UNCLE RALPH WAS A WONDERFUL PERSON. I KNOW GROWING UP WE WERE ALL A LITTLE AFRAID OF HIM BECAUSE OF HIS BIG VOICE, BUT UNDERNEATH THAT BIG VOICE WAS A BIG TEDDY BEAR WITH A HEART OF GOLD. I HAVE FOND MEMORIES OF ALL THE THANKSGIVING DINNERS WE SHARED TOGETHER AND VISITING YOU IN LOS GATOS AND VIRGINIA. I WISH I COULD BE THERE WITH YOU AT THIS TIME, BUT KNOW THAT YOU ALL ARE IN OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS. LOVE TOM &PAM& KAILEE
To my favorite dear Aunt Terry and Family. So sorry to hear my favorite Uncle Ralph is gone. We had some fun times together. The trips to San Francisco, taking us to see the giant redwoods and Winchester Castle, the endless Yahtzee games were just a few of the good times we shared. He was always so generous to treat us to dinner or give us something special. I remember him as a man who thought of others before himself and I will miss him greatly.
Dear Aunt Terry and Family,
I am so sorry for your loss, and wish that I could be out there with you guys during this hard time. Even though we didn't get to visit as much as we all would have liked, I always viewed Uncle Ralph as the grandfather I never had. I will miss him greatly, and will always keep him in my heart.
Dear Aunt Terry and Family,
I am so sorry to hear of Uncle Ralph's passing. I will always admire him as a dedicated family man. In addition to his dedication to his family, I have appreciated his hospitality and admired his many and diverse personal achievements. Over the years he had been a valuable and respected member of the family.
Dear Aunt Terry and family,
I remember Uncle Ralph as a brilliant and self-sufficient man. I also have this memory of Uncle Ralph and Uncle Joe snoring in unison on Grandma Kriesel's couch. I thought the two of them together could have made the walls implode! I loved Uncle Ralph, and I am very sorry for your loss.
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.