“Sister Chadwick and family. My family and I have lost a great friend for a short time. Our prayers are with you all. Brother William (Bill)Lyons wife Christine, daughters Sandre Lyonsand Michelle ThompsonJay her husband.
“We are sorry for your loss, but grateful for his service in the U S Air Force.
Please accept our condolences.
Marine Corps League Auxiliary #476
Cache Valley, Utah
“Our dearest Ruby and Family, how very sad Jim and I are that we are not there and so very far away in Colorado. Jim said, "he will miss our golfing expeditions" and as for me, I will just miss "my Ralphy". We have so very many wonderful memories to carry us through "till our race is over". Ralph was one of the finest men we have ever known and the people he touched will be better for it. Our love and prayers are said with you and your family at the forefront,...
“I am so sorry for your loss Lynda. I have you and your family in my thoughts and prayers!
“Just read the obituary and it was well written. I had forgotten he was a fellow PKA brother; however, I will always remember him as Uncle Ralph the military jet pilot. Best wishes to the entire family.
“Colonel Chadwick, Thank you for your service as a tanker pilot in Vietnam and your 29 years of service in the United States Air Force.
“Brother Chadwick counseled me about fifteen years ago and was so helpful in his loving guidance and understanding. I refer to his counsel frequently. My deepest sympathy to Sister Ruth Chadwick and the family.
“We are so sorry for your loss. I enjoyed my time with Ralph. He was always a joy to be around.
“Dear Sweet Ruby and Family,
We have loved one another and shared the same things, the same generation. We are so grateful to have known
Ralph and his funny self, as well. You both were so blessed to have married the sweetheart of your youth, and shared a fabulous life together. Aaand. . . a terrific family that adores you. And.. has always been there for you. I hope you know how rare that is.
Ruby, we are still kindred spirits, you know that, don't ya' Love ya...
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Lt. Col. Ralph Owen Chadwick, 83, of Tampa, Fla., peacefully returned to his Heavenly Father on Nov. 23, 2012.Ralph was born in Salt Lake City to Roy and Ida Chadwick on Aug. 6, 1929. He graduated from Logan High and Utah State University, majoring in sociology and minoring in psychology. He was...Read More