- 71 years old
- Date of birth: Feb 8, 1944
- Place of birth:
Chillicothe, Missouri, United States
- Date of passing: Nov 22, 2015
- Place of passing:
Surprise, Arizona, United States
|In loving memory of Ralph Canning|
We would like to celebrate the life of Ralph Canning, who passed away Sunday, November 22, 2015. He was a husband, father, brother, uncle, grandfather, church patron, co-worker, friend, and much more to many whose lives he touched. Ralph valued his connections to family, the church, neighbors, and friends. All will remember him forever. Services for Ralph will be held in Kansas City in the spring.
We have shared photos of Ralph in reverse chronological order. Please feel free to share other photos you may have as well.
Please share this memorial page with others who knew Ralph Canning and want to remember and honor him. For those who want to honor him on this site, you can leave a tribute here, add a story, add photos, and more.
Anyone wishing to honor him with a donation can do so in his name to Turning Point of Leawood, KS, at Turning Point, the National Parkinson Foundation at National Parkinson Foundation, or The Village Presbyterian Church of Prairie Village, KS, at The Village Church.
"We send our thoughts and prayers to Carol, Jeff, Mike and family and friends. We have such fond memories of spending that week in Vermont with Ralph and all of you. He was such a kid at heart and was present at every game and good time had by all that week. He even continued to play soccer despite his legs unwillingness to carry him and refused to let that keep him out of the game. My children enjoyed spending time with him and we really appreciated getting a kind letter from him after the vacation ended. He was a very kind and fun spirited man and we are grateful to have known him"
"Deepest sympathies to the Canning family. We enjoyed getting to know Ralph on vacation in Vermont. He was such a nice man who seemed to enjoy merging our families. After our vacation Ralph sent our grandson
A baseball hat from Kansas City. I remember the day we were leaving VT, Ralph greeted us all as we entered the kitchen and had us sign a paper and write a short note about what we enjoyed on vacation and later he sent us a copy of that paper. We still have it and enjoy looking back on it every once in a while"
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