“My very sincere condolences to the family of a man I knew a long time ago in England. Ralph, I never ever forgot. I loved you then, I love you still. I always will. Fhiona.
“To The Family,
My prayers and thoughts are with you. Ralph will be missed. 73 WSH
“My sincere condolence to Margo and the McCallum Family. May the memories you shared help you during this difficult time. Connie Greer
“My sincere and deepest sympathy to the McCallum family. I only met Ralph approximately two years ago, but he will live on in my memories as a true and devoted fellow veteran. May God sustain the McCallum family during the days of grief and bless you forever.
“Randell, my condolences go out to you and your family. Ralph will truley be missed. I will never forget the times we had,and will always treasure our friendship.
“To The McCallum Family,I would like to extend my condolences at this time.I am a graduated of the class of 75 from West Side and can remember the twins. They were good guys.My prayer for you is that God gives you comfort during this time.R.I.P.Ralph -Cheryl(Drinkard)Roberson
“Ralph Family i have move away but your
father always would call me Ms Brown never by my first name faye i love him
for that god bless
“You have my sincere condolences.I fondly remember Ralph from Tarrytown and my classmate from Locke School through our years at West Side class of' 74. May God be with you during this difficult time.
“You are in our prayers keep God first, he's never been wrong,know you will see him again
McCallum, Ralph 57, of Gary, IN, passed away peacefully on Friday, April 26, 2013. He was born in Gary to the late Robert and Gertrude, and preceded in death by siblings, Bobbie Jean and Robert. Ralph is survived by his daughter, Tiffany; sons, Ryan (Nicole) and Eric; sister, Margo (Roscoe)...Read More