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December 18, 2018

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October 7, 2017
Dear Ralph not a day goes by that I don't think of you and miss you. Xoxo

Love you always ❤❤❤
October 6, 2017
Hello,
We would like to express our deepest condolences and also let the Porras Family and friends know that we will be sending Care Packages to deployed troops this week and we'll be dedicating several of these to your loved one. Each package will carry the name, photo and the hometown of Ralph N. Porras US Army Sergeant. We realize that this is a small tribute, but we do this with all respect and sincerity and we want you to know that it is made possible by thousands of like-minded individuals from across the American youth hockey community. We will not forget. May God Bless you and keep you safe and strong.

Sincerely,
Charlie Gili & Family
On Behalf of the US Hockey Players Support Our Troops Campaign
May 3, 2017
I clearly remember meeting Ralph in Baghdad 2003 during the first deployment for both of us. Ralph made a strong impression on me though we only spoke briefly. We bonded because we both had quit our civilian careers at an older age to join up after 9/11. What really impressed me was that after 9/11, Ralph had originally planned to go to Afghanistan on his own dime as a civilian to join up with Afghans opposing those who attacked America. I was told his battle buddies were very upset at the loss of him and his fellow Soldier when they passed away. Ralph was a selfless, dedicated man and his actions, not words, demonstrated he was the finest example of an American Patriot.
September 2, 2015
We remember... always in our hearts