Dear Mrs. Angelillo. I am deeply sorry for the loss of your husband, Ralph. I am one of the librarians he acknowledged in "Passing the Torch". I have many fond memories of Mr. Angelillo, whom I always called "Frank" as in Frank Sinatra, because of his beautiful blue eyes. He always had a great sense of humor and reminded me very much of my dad. He will be remembered fondly by the whole Palm Bay Library Staff.
Sandra (Sandrina) Clark
Dear Mrs. Angelillo, Tom and Rosey, we send our deepest sympathies. We just learned of this today (December 10). Mr. Angelillo had an impressive life, and he will finally be able to perfect that golf swing. We look forward to seeing you soon. Fondest regards, Carla and Louis Fishman
I always enjoyed visiting with the two of you. We had many fun times at the Evans parties. Ralph was always full of himself and getting after all of us. He was a great man. He will be truly missed.
Love you - Amy, Corinna and Mason Evans
Our hearts goes out to all of you at this time of grief. You will be in our thoughts and prayers.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alden-friends of Dan and Donna
Dear Aunt Eileen,
Our recent visit together will be something I will cherish always. You will all be in our prayers tomorrow as you celebrate Uncle Ralph's life. With much love,
Dear Eileen, Ralph, Tom and Danny. My love to you always at this sad time.
I hope to see you on Dec. 28 when I can ride to Birmingham for a visit. My prayers are with you always.
I am so sorry Eileen. My deepest sympathy to you and the boys. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I just wish that we lived closer.
I'm so sorry for your loss, Tom. Raymond McDonald told me that he'd seen you Sunday and that your father wasn't doing well.
It's never easy to say goodbye to a loved one. I hope your pain will soon turn to joyful memories. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. I know your husband, father and grandfather will live in your hearts and minds for the rest of your days.