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LaFleur RalphLAFLEUR, Rheal Joseph 'Ralph' - WWII - CWO (retired) - In Newmarket, on February 8, 2017, at the age of 94 Ralph passed away peacefully.

He was pre deceased by his wife Lillian (nee Ferguson) and seven siblings.

He is survived by two daughters, Linda (Jim), Dianne (Don), and a son Dennis (Rosy), three grandchildren, three great grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews.

A veteran of WW2 and a thirty five year career with the Canadian Armed Forces (Airforce), Ralph achieved the rank of Chief Warrant Officer prior to his retirement in 1977. During his career and in retirement Ralph travelled the country and Europe with his wife and family.

Ralph loved to curl, golf, and work in his vegetable garden. He liked to play the harmonica and was always up for a game of cards.

A friendly, courteous, and gentle man, Ralph could speak to many in their language of choice.

He was a long time volunteer at the Curling Club and the Good Samaritan and a member of St. Paul’s parish in Alliston.

He will be remembered for his eternal optimism, his love for his family, and dedication to his country.

Au Revoir, Auf Wiedersehen, Farewell
You will be missed

The family will receive friends at W. John Thomas Funeral Home, Alliston on Thursday Feb 16th from 7 to 9pm. Funeral Mass will be held at St. Paul’s Church, 190 King St, on Friday Feb 17th at 10am.

Donations to Canadian war veterans at vetscanada.org/en/donate. would be appreciated.

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LaFleur RalphLAFLEUR, Rheal Joseph 'Ralph' - WWII - CWO (retired) - In Newmarket, on February 8, 2017, at the age of 94 Ralph passed away peacefully.

He was pre deceased by his wife Lillian (nee Ferguson) and seven siblings.

He is survived by two daughters, Linda (Jim), Dianne (Don), and a son Dennis (Rosy), three grandchildren, three great grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews.

A veteran of WW2 and a thirty five year career with the Canadian Armed Forces (Airforce), Ralph achieved the rank of Chief Warrant Officer prior to his retirement in 1977. During his career and in retirement Ralph travelled the country and Europe with his wife and family.

Ralph loved to curl, golf, and work in his vegetable garden. He liked to play the harmonica and was always up for a game of cards.

A friendly, courteous, and gentle man, Ralph could speak to many in their language of choice.

He was a long time volunteer at the Curling Club and the Good Samaritan and a member of St. Paul’s parish in Alliston.

He will be remembered for his eternal optimism, his love for his family, and dedication to his country.

Au Revoir, Auf Wiedersehen, Farewell
You will be missed

The family will receive friends at W. John Thomas Funeral Home, Alliston on Thursday Feb 16th from 7 to 9pm. Funeral Mass will be held at St. Paul’s Church, 190 King St, on Friday Feb 17th at 10am.

Donations to Canadian war veterans at vetscanada.org/en/donate. would be appreciated.

SimcoeObituaries.com

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