Ralph Eble
Monday
2
July

Graveside Funeral Services

10:00 am
Monday, July 2, 2018
Odd Fellows Cemetery
Rt.130 South
Burlington, New Jersey, United States
Monday
2
July

Interment with US Navy Honors :

10:00 am
Monday, July 2, 2018
Odd Fellows Cemetery
Rt.130 South
Burlington, New Jersey, United States

In Lieu of Flowers :

Donations may be made to either the Moorestown VNA Hospice or the Parkinson's Disease Foundation in his memory.

Obituary of Ralph Eble

Ralph W. Eble, 84, of Willingboro, NJ, passed away peacefully at his daughter's home in Westampton, NJ, on June 26 2018.

 Ralph was born in Bordentown, NJ, and raised in Riverside, NJ. After High School he joined the US Navy stationed in Massachusetts where he met his first wife Marie(Coito), they were happily married 42 years before her passing in 1995. He later married Florence (McMullen) and were happily married 16 years before her passing in 2012.

 After the Navy, Ralph worked for Beck Electric Company in Riverside NJ for 25years. He then worked for Willing B. Wire Corp. in Willingboro for 19 years. He retired in 1998.

 In his early years he dabbled in HAM Radio and Photography. An avid outdoorsman he loved hunting, fishing, and camping. He enjoyed taking friends and family out fishing on his boat the "Hermit" on the Delaware Bay.

 He was preceded in death by 6 of his children and his brother James. He is survived by two brothers: Donald and Fred, His  Sister Margaret  and two daughters,Patricia Meyer (Carl) of Westampton,NJ, Janice Johnson (Vyron) of Columbus OH,and son in law Phillip Smart  of Columbus OH, his grandchildren Angela, Tina, Gina,Christopher, Julie, Jennifer, Kevin, Brad and Brian. Also survived by 26 Great Grandchildren, and one Great Great Granddaughter Malaya Moon of Marysville,OH.

 Graveside Funeral Service and Interment with US Navy Honors will be held Monday, July 2,2018, 10am at Odd Fellows Cemetery, Burlington, NJ. Relatives and friends please meet directly at the cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to either  Moorestown VNA Hospice or  the Parkinson's Disease Foundation in his memory.

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