Ralph H. Messer
March 4th, 2020
Messer, Ralph H. (March 2, 2020). Beloved husband of the late Barbara Ann Wright. Loving father to Michael Messer, Pamela Keen, and Nancy Krause. Brother to Lois Spaid and the late Marilyn Yoder. He will also be missed by his 7 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Services are private. In lieu of flowers contributions in Ralph’s name may be made to the American Cancer Society, 1620 Locust St., Philadelphia, PA 19103.
Uncle Ralph was a wonderful man. He was always looking out for his family. I am sure there is a lot I don’t know about but I know he especially did a lot for his little sis. I am thankful for the times I had with him. Will always remember him lovingly.
My Very Special Friend, of over 40 years, My Best Man at my Wedding, my Sailing Partner. We met at ASTM he was a programmer and myself a Computer Operator, which we started up a Friendship and did a lot of things together. He attended my Mothers 95th Birthday. I will truly miss Ralph, which I will never forget him, he will be in my heart forever.
Lovingly Your Friend Forever,
My uncle Ralph was such a big part of my growing up, weather we were all in Chicago together or out East visiting. He was a man who’s love was unconditional. I loved the long talk we had in Kitty Hawk in 2018. I just love him, plain and simple. I will always remember him with love. I’ll see you when I get there, dear uncle. Rest well!
Unc, you will be missed by do many people. You are such a sweetheart. Now you can be with Mom, grandpa and grandma. R.I.P. UNC,,,, love you.
I first met Ralph back in February 2010 after he attended one of our financial planning seminars. He became a client and I had the privilege of working with him for about 10 years. He was very personable and I always enjoyed our talks about deer and turkey hunting…..as well as life in general. My thoughts, prayers, and condolences go out to the family.
My brother Ralph, was more than one in a million. As we got older, we got closer until we were almost like 2 peas in a pod. I will certainly miss his phone calls especially on our mother’s birthday, and Mother’s Day. Ralph did that because he “thought our mother was so well taken care of in her later years.” I’ll never forget when he and his oldest daughter, Pam immersed me when I was baptized. Ralph was going to keep me down, and Pam was going to pull me up. But there was no tug of war! It was something very special. He also took me on a Lake Michigan dinner cruise after our mom’s passing. A man like this you can hardly find these days and my big bro will be missed more than words can say. HOWEVER…. We will meet again later on and we will pick up where we ended off. God bless our whole family as we have all been blessed. His Little Sis… Lois
Ralph was a great man whom I met 15 years ago in church and became a good friend. I will miss him dearly.