Ralph Anthony Woods

Born: Fri., Apr. 2, 1937
Died: Sat., Oct. 15, 2011


10:00 AM to 12:00 PM, Sat., Oct. 22, 2011
Location: Stuart Mortuary, Inc.

Funeral Service

12:00 PM Sat., Oct. 22, 2011
Location: Stuart Mortuary, Inc.

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Alyssa Qualls
   Posted Wed October 19, 2011
Aunt Kathleen, David, Steven, and Larry,

I know your hearts are saddened but Uncle Ralph has found his eternal peace and rest. I am sorry that I am not able to attend the services, but my thoughts and prayers are with you. Uncle Ralph was the only person that ever called me "Peaches" and I will definitely miss that.

Love you,

Alyssa and Family

Roger Drver
   Posted Thu October 20, 2011
I am truly saddened to hear that Ralph has passed on. I worked with him many years. We never ran into eachother that he didn't have a smile, a hand shake, and a laugh to share. It was an honor to have known him.

Roger Dever

Vincent Wilson
   Posted Thu October 20, 2011
Tears are words that the heart cannot express
Memories will first bring
Tears of sorrow
Then memories will bring
Tears of joy
So through time the sadness
Will turn into gladness
The tears will become tears of joy
For we know that joy cometh in the morning
No more pain
No more sorrow
Hold on
Hold on
Hold on
To God’s unchaining hand
Hold on to the memories
For them are the things
That you never want to lose

Jackie Dalton-Gibbs
   Posted Thu October 20, 2011
Dear Kathleen, David Steven and Larry my dear cousins,

I know that your hearts are heavy and you are feeling a great lost! Know that God is with you and your husband, father and grandfather. Know that Ralph is at peace with the lord! It has been a while since I have seen all of you and the last time I seen Ralph was when my father (Eddie Dalton) was ill. Please know that my prayers are with all of you!

Love and Peace
Jackie Dalton-Gibbs

Solon Coffey
   Posted Thu October 20, 2011
It is with a heavy heart that I send my deepest condolences. Ralph was my co-worker and I know the loss will be felt by many who knew him. Know that God knows best and he is in control when we are given rest! May you find comfort in knowing that HE wipes away all tears.

Solon Coffey

Frances X. Peeler (Thompson)
   Posted Thu October 20, 2011
Kathleen, I wanted to express my condolences to you and your family for the loss of your husband. May God comfort you and help you through your time of sorrow.

Mrs. Frances X. Peeler (Thompson)

david hutchens
   Posted Fri October 21, 2011
SO very sorry to hear about Ralph, worked with him and for him for many years, always a good fair man.. treated everyone with respect.. great man, he will be surely missed. sorry once again.. R.I.P. my friend and co-worker.


Wanda & Lorraine Gaddie
   Posted Fri October 21, 2011
Momma and I wanted to express our condolences. May God comfort you and help you at this time of need.

Lorraine Gaddie

arthur d. wilson
   Posted Sat October 22, 2011
with sympathy you all are in my prayers

Charlene C. Duline
   Posted Thu October 27, 2011
Dear Kathleen,
You have been an outstanding wife. I know you and your sons and grandchildren have heavy hearts these days. I remember Ralph from St. Bridget''''''''s school. What a teaser he was! And he never changed as Melvin shared with us at his funeral. I look back and laugh at those days.

May our dear Lord hold all of you in the palms of His hands now and forever.

Peace and Blessings,
Charlene C. Duline

Leo Queisser
   Posted Wed July 04, 2012
I just found out yesterday in the 7/3/12 Cathederal newsletter that Ralph died. As I read the online condolences saying what a nice, friendly and fun guy he was, I couldn't help but respond. I was a freshman basketballer at Cathedral '55-'56 and he was a senior player. He had no reason to be friendly to a little freshman like me, but in the gym on several occasions he went out of his way to talk to me. I've always remembered that. I had not seen him since he graduated 56 yeaars ago and often wondered how he did. Sounds like he did great and continued to touch people with his love, fun and kindness.

My prayers and condolences to the family.

Leo Queisser, Indianapolis

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