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Ralph Eugene Neary Ralph, a third generation San Franciscan who lived in the City his whole life, passed into his Lord's hands at home with his family at his side Wednesday evening. He had fought a long and courageous battle with pancreatic cancer.
Ralph was a proud graduate of Sacred Heart High School and Santa Clara University. After serving his country in the United States Army he went on to enjoy a productive career as a mechanical engineer. He holds numerous patents as a result of his creative work over a thirty-year career at the Schlage Lock Company.
Ralph was an invaluable member of Saint Brendan Parish, and enjoyed a life where his generosity was rewarded most by sharing simple, special times with his many loyal friends and loving family.
He could design anything, build anything, fix anything, and he made a mean Manhattan. But most of all, he was the best friend, husband, father, father-in-law, and grandfather anyone could ask for, sharing his insight and talents whenever and wherever needed most.
Those whose lives he touched will miss him immensely. The family is especially grateful for Lauren and her team of caregivers and Pathways Hospice who provided Dad with loving assistance over the last few months.
Ralph joined his parents Charlie and Olga, and his older brother Norman. He is now watching over his wife of fifty-six years, Kathleen (Cullen), his children, Michael (Xiomara), Thomas (Lucy), Charles (Laura), and Mary Geasa (John), and his nine grandchildren, Sean, Meaghan, Monica, Emily, Kaitlyn, Annie, Jack, Kevin, and Joe.
Friends and family are invited to share in a celebration of Ralph's life on Saturday, December 8th, at 11:00 A.M. at Saint Brendan Church (29 Rockaway Ave., San Francisco).
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the St. Anthony Foundation, or the .
Dad, we will meet again, but until that time, you are everywhere.
Published in San Francisco Chronicle on Dec. 7, 2012
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