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Ralph Craig McKinley

I have some very sad news to share with everyone.  My husband and your classmate, Ralph Craig McKinley,  passed away yesterday, May 7, 2022, from pancreatic cancer.  No arrangements have been made yet, but I will add the date and time as soon as I have them.  He has been my partner and love for 59 years and I will miss him so much. 

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05/09/22 09:14 AM #1    

Ray Froeschle

Ralph was always a nice person and somone that could be depended on to do the right things. He will be missed.

05/09/22 09:19 AM #2    

Alice Joan Thomas (Kastenbaum)

So sorry to hear that Ralph passed away he was so loved when we were classmates. Praying for you and your family.

05/09/22 11:46 AM #3    

David Gillies

Ralph and I grew up together as neighbors. I remember winter sledding  down the hill behind his house with him, and cousin Barry, and sometimes little brother Bart, and Barry's brother Wayne. We ran and belly flopped to gain speed and flew over those two bumps near the bottom of the hill,  and,  if we had enough speed left, across Carolyn Ashworth's lawn, down onto Concord Road. As teen agers  we waited for the Bethel Township school bus acress from the McKinley blacksmith shop to take us to Media High. On snowy days we hoped the bus wouldn't come, or wouldn't make it up that steep hill jusst outside of town. Rest in peace, my friend.

05/09/22 09:22 PM #4    

Joan Pennington (Berry)

Sandy - sending thoughts and prayers to you and your family at this time. With deepest sympathy, Joanie

05/10/22 11:37 AM #5    

Carole Lee McGaughey (Waslick)

My dearest Sandy,

There are no words to take away that huge empty spot in your heart.  

Craig walked into a room or ball field  and flashed that SMILE and immediately became friends with every one he touched.  We had great times sharing and caring friendships of 60+ years.  Alway fun working on Class Reunions and sharing ideas.  Craig always thought BIG~!

Lean on your Faith, Family and Friends for comfort and the promise of our daily Prayers as you walk this sad journey, Sandy.  

Craig is home with our Maker is some consolation but it really doesn't take away the heartaches. 

With deepest sympathy and love,

Carole Lee 


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