Ralph John Henry Kuebler

December 6, 2017 3 Condolences Print Obituary Send Flowers

February 16, 1921 – November 30, 2017       

Born in Starbuck, Manitoba, Ralph was a decorated WWII soldier who passed away peacefully at the Kipnes Centre for Veterans, Edmonton, AB; at the age of 96.

Predeceased by Elizabeth, his wife of 49 years, Ralph is survived by his children Edwin (Mary Anne) Kuebler, Sandy (Clayton) Abbott, Don (Christine) Kuebler and Pat (Jack) Gibson, 7 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren, family and friends.

At Ralph’s request, cremation has taken place and a private family gathering will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Ralph’s name to Alzheimer Society of Alberta and NWT #308, 14925 111 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB, T5M 2P6.

Ralph’s family would like to express a special thank you to Dr. Fields and the staff at the Kipnes Centre for Veterans for their care and support of Ralph during his 10 month stay.

  1. Rose Anne and Harvey Lawton are so sorry to hear of the passing of Ralph. There are really no words that can take away the pain one has during this time. Please take solace in the truth that many of us if not all of us are sharing in your pain.
    “Death will leave a heartache that no one can heal,
    but Love will leave memories that no one can steal.”

    Out thoughts and pryers are with all !

  2. Ralph always had a smile and a wonderful story to tell. He lived a long and well lived life.

    Aside from his earlier life as a Veteran and his work with life insurance, he was a gifted carpenter
    having given many toys for the grandchildren and items for our homes. His
    flower gardens were exquisite and the fresh fruit from Victoria was always very much enjoyed.
    Visits to and from him and my mother were always memorable and enjoyable… May he rest in eternal peace.

  3. Uncle Ralph always made me laugh. He was only happy when everyone around him was laughing. Every time he and my Step- Father, John, got together, they would joke that they finally going to get a home cooked meal. No one ever fed them except when they were together. Then they would pay their pot bellies and laugh.
    I will hold him in my heart.

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