Don and Dorothee New Berlin, WI – Posted On: November 15, 2019
Our thoughts and prayers are with Jean and entire family. May he rest in peace.
Carol Curran Milwaukee, WisconsinTo – Posted On: November 3, 2019
To the Family of Ralph
Although I never met Ralph I always heard such good things about him. He no longer suffers and is now at peace but I know that everyone in this family each will cherish all the wonderful things and times they shared with him as husband, father, grandfather..... No one can fill his shoes ...
I will remember you all in my prayers ....... Paul's sister
Dennis and Joyce Syth Greenwood, WI – Posted On: October 31, 2019
Dear Darla and family, So sorry to hear o9R3f Ralph's passing. We fondly recall the good old days of being neighbors and Ryan working as Ralph's hired hand. Ryan always enjoyed his time at your place and was in awe of Ralph's work ethic. Ralph embodied everything about the So God Made A Farmer poem. Rest in peace dear friend. Holding all of you close in thought and prayer at this difficult time.
Vince Pernsteiner Chippewa Falls, WI – Posted On: October 31, 2019
You always planted fields of flowers where there were pastures filled with weeds.
You always caught the biggest fish and it was always bigger.
You gave as much as you could give and then found the love to give some more.
You walked a mile until your shoes were worn out to help a friend and then you bought another pair and gave them to that friend.
Your John Deere tractor could often be seen humming after the sun went down helping a neighbor.
Wisdom flowed through your veins and your heart was brimming with love.
Every life you wandered through was a little bit better after they met you.
No words can express how much you will be missed and how much you were cared for by those who were close to you.
Special thanks to my mother and two sisters who walked beside you through your final moments.
God is holding you in his hands.