Wayne,Neil, Leah,You guys know that I know what you are going through. When the last parent goes, it leaves a real void in the heart. Be thankful for all the great years you had and all the great places you traveled together in the later years. It was because of Uncle Ralph's (and Margies)extensive travels that he was one of the minority who "got It", that is, he knew how the world worked and a strong insight into it.
That's what I enjoyed most about my visits with him throughout my life. The family gatherings through the years have receded ever farther into the dark reaches of history, but the memories never will be dark They will always be a source of light. Whether in the back yard at Mom & Dad's on York Avenue, or in the great rec room on Hilliard, or X-mas/New Years dinners at Leahs or Lauries,there were some great times. We did it as a family, and now another member has rejoined those that have gone before us.
The Curries that remain must never lose sight of the fact that our parents who put us here were cut from an exceptional bolt of cloth.
They are all sorely missed. Rest in Peace, Uncle Ralph, a member of the greatest generation.