Ralph-Stone-Obituary

Ralph W. Stone

Marlborough, Massachusetts

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Ralph W. 'Stoney' Stone, 63, a lifelong resident of Marlboro, passed away on Saturday, October 28, 2017 at Marlboro Hills Healthcare Center, after a brief battle with cancer. He was the son of the late Pauline (Aubin) and Robert Stone. Ralph leaves behind his daughter, Lisa Hourihan and her...

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What a great neighbor and friend, good times with you and Marilyn, wow, 14 yrs together!!! loved that you met my grandkids- Duck dynasty they thought!! will miss and love you forever!! xxoooxoxoxooooox

Uncle Ralph, thank you for being such a big part of my childhood and teaching me to love "Oldies" music. You always treated me like I was one of your own children and I am thankful you were in my life. I love you, you are remembered so fondly. Gone too soon, but never to be forgotten.

RIP Ralph. May god watch over you. My condolences to Donna, Cheryl and his Children and Family. He was a great man and friend. Always there with a smile when needed and always supportive as a friend.Karen and I send our thoughts and prayers to everyone. Out of sight but in our hearts with fondest memories.

There is no words to express what a wonderful man he was. He was always willing to give..even if you called in the middle of the night. He would wait on you whereever you where to make you comfortable and welcomed. He loved God and believed in Christ but showed it more in his actions then in words. He always stood behind me in my ministry work and fully encouraged it. He always liked me since he was 15 but being 18 didn't work at that time..lol..2014 we became very close in the most unique...

My prayers go out to Roberta, Donna and the family. It was a pleasure to have known and grown up with him back in our old neighborhood. I am thankful I got to see him last fall to catch up.

Gone too soon. Our deepest sympathies to Ralph's family, girlfriend (my cousin) Donna and friends. While we've only known him for the last few years, we've always enjoyed getting together for dinner. He was a kind, thoughtful gentleman. He will be missed. Rest peacefully dear Ralph. @-,--'--

To my loving brother! You will be greatly missed!! Your sister!