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Ralph G. Lacquement

5 February, 193021 July, 2020
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Ralph G. Lacquement, age 90, of Rockledge, FL passed away July 21, 2020 at his home. Born in Sterling, KS he came to Brevard County in 1989 from Bartlesville, OK.

He worked as a chemical engineer with Phillips Petroleum and is a veteran of the United States Army having served in the Korean War.

Ralph is survived by his son, Grant Lacquement; son in law, Joe Arens; two grand daughters, Brenda Arens Gutierrez and Alycia Arens along with three great grand children, Alaina Villaneua, Liam Gutierrez and Johnny Hohmann.

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Tami Letters

27 July 2020

I met Mr. Lacquement when I was 13. He had moved his family back to Bartlesville from the Netherlands, the same summer my parents moved back to Bartlesville from Texas. We lived close to each other, and Ann and I formed a fast and enduring friendship that lasted until she passed away in 2005. Ralph was a quiet man, at least when I was around, but after he took early retirement from Phillips he began to focus on working in his yard. The past time, turned into a passion. By then I was a young adult myself and noticed he was easy to talk with, happy, and had a knack for turning his simple yard into a forest of beauty. Eventually, he ran out of room to plant things, and maybe that was part of the reason why they moved to Florida........oh and to be close to Ann and her husband Joe. Ann was a teacher, Florida paid a lot more, so my beloved friend left Oklahoma in the spring of 1986 to start a new life. Ralph and Carol weren't far behind. I'm sure it suited his love of plants and the outdoors to live where it was perpetual summer. It was difficult for me to go to Florida much (raising a family and financial concerns) consequently, I was only able to see Carol and Ralph twice after they moved, but I know they never had any regrets leaving Oklahoma. Ralph was such a good and kind man. I am happy he has joined his beloved wife and daughter and can now garden in the soil of heaven. Until we meet again.

Barbara Steigman

27 July 2020

Ralph had such a wonderful philosophy about life. He didn’t try to handle everything himself, he just trusted the Lord to take care of everything. I will miss our visits, especially when I needed some help understanding certain Bible passages. He filled a void for me when my parents died. I would call and check on him when a hurricane was heading his way. He never seemed worried and assured me that it wasn’t as bad as what they said on tv. He will be missed by many.

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