OBITUARY

Ralph J. Barthle

October 16, 1928November 15, 2020

Ralph Jerome Barthle, 92, devoted husband, loving father and devout man of faith passed away Sunday, November 15, 2020.

A Tampa native, 1946 graduate of Hillsborough High School, Ralph built a 34 year career with Eastern Airlines. He was a charter member of Corpus Christi Catholic Church and parishioner for over 50 years. For community service he was awarded Sertoman of the Year in 1977.

Ralph is survived by his loving wife of 45 years, Josie Barthle. They enjoyed traveling the world and spending time with family and friends. Other surviving members of the family include children: Janet Scaglione, Mike Barthle, Jacqie Davis and Don "Rusty" Konen; grandchildren: Angela Scaglione, Leah Kline, Gabrielle Carrilles, Rock Scaglione, Laura Roche, Ty Davis and Bryan Davis; and nine great grandchildren. There will be a memorial service at Blount & Curry, Terrace Oaks Funeral Home on Friday, November 20 at 1:00 pm, followed by interment at Myrtle Hill Memorial Park.

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Rusty Konen

November 28, 2020

He loved without asking to be loved
He gave without wanting for anything
He laughed that all may laugh with him
He showed the positives where negatives would be
He lived his life faithfully that we may remember him
In an unspoken word, a smile, a touch
As a spouse, a father, a brother, a friend.

Rebecca Green

November 22, 2020

Im so sorry for your loss, but glad you had him for so many years. I lost my mother at the same age of 92. I saw Ralph at the mall about 10 years ago. He looked really good and remembered me. I have such fond memories of him. He was a kind gentle man.

Andrew Stegall

November 21, 2020

I was a manager of a store called Watchworks in University Mall in Tampa. Uncle Ralph would come I believe daily to walk the mall in mornings for exercise which is common so once or twice a week we would have lunch together where he would tell me stories of the past and of Gran and such. He was always nice always excited to see me one of the few who spoke to me and didn't judge me by my wild looks. He was a great and funny man one of my favs. He will be missed He always called me Anna's boy instead of my name lol with always amuses me

gary orchard

November 19, 2020

Sorry to hear of Ralphs passing. Lots of good memories of time spent with Ralph @ Josie. And stories From Dad and your travels. Will keep the family in our thoughts and prayers.

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