Ralph Eugene Householder

Portland, Oregon

1952 - 2020


Portland, Oregon


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Ralph Eugene HouseholderDec. 19, 1952 - Nov. 9, 2020 Ralph Householder passed away Monday, Nov. 9, 2020 at St. Vincents Hospital in Portland due to complications from a Pulmonary Embolism. Ralph left this world with all the love he could carry. Ralph was born in Mt. Vernon, Ohio. As a young man...

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Ralph was one of a kind; always a joy to be with. He will be remembered always as a kind and loving man...

Thanks for the fishing and support through the years

Ralph was a big man with a big voice and a big love for his family. He and Byron worked closely in the early ‘90’s. His big truck would drive up to our home with that big engine every week.
I’m sad that he passed away so young. May he Rest In Peace and May his family find comfort in remembering the good times that they shared together.

Thanks for all the great memories of the 80's and Familian; your van, The Cars, you, Mike, Paula and Kaye; fun times. Rest in peace sweet Ralph....

R.I.P.Ralph dear cousin, sorry we never spent time together as adults, remember you didn't have much time for us girl cousins but now your with your parents again..say hello to grandma and grandpa for me and my mom vera...love always..You will be greatly missed!!!

I met Ralph approximately 13 years ago in "Letip" where his personality was larger than life. He was a part of the glue that built and kept the group together very successfully for more than 20 years and counting still, now about 65 members

I was called Inspecting boy (his nick name for me) ( as I own a home inspection business)

I remember when I came to Letip the first couple of times as a guest, and Ralph always greeted me as I entered with a Ralph...

Ralph is a gentle giant, welcoming, personable with a wry sense of humor. We met in LeTip and that means we're family from that point forward. Ralph will be missed by many, he's a hard act to follow.

Ralph & I we’re neighbors growing up and even though he was 10 years older he always treated me like one of the guys.
We use to play 2 man football, Ralph & I played against his brother Richard and David Fisher winning 107 to 0.
When we seen each we would always talk about that.
You will missed.
Rob Wack aka Hobbie Mac....
Nick name by Ralph.

I met him numerous times and he usually had a smile and was kind to me in the 70’s.