OBITUARY

Ralph Mosher

8 November, 19252 November, 2020

Ralph D. Mosher November 8, 1925 – November 2, 2020

Following a brief hospitalization, Ralph Mosher passed away in the early hours of Monday, November 2, six days shy of his 95th birthday.

Ralph is survived by Margaret, his wife of 70 years and sons Scott (Judith), Alan, Stuart (Tannis), and Bruce (Terri), grandchildren Ryan (Laura), Meghan (Sarah), Ian (Tracy) Heather, Jessica, Kane, Tegwyn, Jon and Liam, great granddaughters Neko and Sophie; sister Barbara; sister in law Virginia plus many nieces and nephews.

Ralph was a University of Toronto Chemical Engineering graduate who spent his entire career in the pulp and paper industry. As a husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather Ralph found time not only for his family but also for many community-based activities. Over the years he coached baseball, football, and hockey, was a minor hockey referee, Cub Scout and Boy Scout leader. Ralph served on many Boards including the School Board, Hospital Board, Town Council, New Horizons, Police Board, Church Building Committees, Seniors Coalition and assisted with Meals on Wheels deliveries.

A heartfelt thank you to the doctors and nurses at Lake of the Woods Hospital who provided such compassionate care and comfort to Ralph.

A Celebration of Life will be held in the summer of 2021 when family from across North America can gather in Kenora.

If friends so desire, donations in Ralph’s name can be made to Knox United Church, Lake of the Woods Hospital or the Heart & Stroke Foundation.

Online condolences may be made at www.brownfuneralhomekenora.com

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KENNETH JOHNSON

December 23, 2020

I am proud to say that I knew Ralph Mosher in Kenora when he tried his best to teach Jean and I the fundamentals of the game of bridge using a method called Culbertson. When Jean and Marg got pregnant about the same time we spent some pleasant evenings learning a new method called Goren. In 1951 we spent evenings during the Christmas and New Years break enjoying their company and before two important births. As our families grew we visited the Mosher family in International Falls in the late 1950's. The Kenora area is a bit poorer with the loss of a great husband, father and grandfather who helped the community in so many ways. RIP, Ralph, you were a great one.
Sincerely, Ken Johnson.

Ken Schabler

November 11, 2020

Ralph's Family I had the privilege to work with this one of a kind man for many years at the mill.It was an honour to work with this kind soft spoken man who truly was one of a kind Rest in Peace my Friend and condolences to all the family
Ken

Marjorie Zimmer

November 10, 2020

Margaret & family: So very, very sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved Ralph. We are happy to have been your neighbours from 1984/1985 to 2001/2002. Our sincerest condolences go out to you and your entire family. Marjorie Zimmer & Paul Jackson

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY