Eric Coombes Obituary, Death – Eric isn’t there On October 7, 2021, Ralph Coombs’ family announced he died at the age of 96. He left Valley Vista in Springdale, Newfoundland, a city in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Up until his retirement, Ralph was a miner for the Manitoba-based Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting company. He was also a member of the Salvation Army Men’s Fellowship. Ralph was a kind and generous man. He had a child with Ruby, his first wife, whom he was devoted and who he cared for until her passing.His second wife, Marjorie, was later married, and he started a new chapter in his life.
When she passed away, they had been dating for more than 16 years. He loved to bake pies and buns and shared his expertise with anyone who happened to stop by. He also enjoyed cooking. He was a cook for the Salvation Army in Springdale for a number of years, working in the organization’s kitchen. Ralph enjoyed being outside, whether it was for woodcutting, going on a walk through the forest, or hunting for rabbits. He and Marjorie used to spend a lot of time in their trailer, which they periodically moved to different parks across the island. When someone else eventually succeeded in bagging a moose, he was always willing to help with the skinning.
Ralph was always willing to share with us his own spiritual journey and his interpretation of the Bible, and he continuously pushed us to defend our stances on a variety of topics. His sole objective was to “enter that huge eternity,” and that was it. His buddies at the Valley Vista Cottages and Home as well as them will miss him. His parents, Martha and Stacey, his first and second wife, Ruby, and Marjorie, as well as Lucy, George, Ches, Daisy, Dorothy, and Lewis, all predeceased him. Ruby was his lone spouse. Marjorie was twice his wife. His parents were Martha and Stacey (Siblings) Those with fond and good memories are those who are listed below: Grandson of Terry (Sherry) of Springdale, Newfoundland and Labrador, David (Lorinda) of Springdale, Newfoundland, and Labrador, and Pat Wayne of the same city Campbell River, British Columbia resident Ken
The Sherri Daughters are Golda (Roy) of Pincher’s Creek, Alberta, Joan (Richard) Patt of Calgary, Alberta, and Sherri of The Pas, Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba. She also leaves behind stepdaughters Golda Kirby and Glenda (Irving) Hale, as well as a substantial number of grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren.