Yeoman, Ralph George

November 25th, 2020

Passed away peacefully, after a two week stay at Victoria Hospital, London, Ontario, on Wednesday, November 25, 2020, in his 76th year. Ralph was born on October 21, 1945 and is survived by his brother, John Noel (Lorraine); sister, Isobel Jane Cordiner; and brother-in-law, George Bristowe Lackie. He was predeceased by his sister, Joyce Louise Lackie and brother-in-law, John Ronald (Ron) Cordiner. Ralph was a loving uncle and will be sadly missed by nine nieces and nephews, six in the Lackie family:  Richard, JoAnn, Susan, David, Steven, and Sharon; and three in the Cordiner family: John, LeeAnne, and Craig. He was diligent in holding on to long-time friends and stayed in close contact with them over the years. Cremation has taken place. Arrangements entrusted to Westview Funeral Chapel, 709 Wonderland Road North, London. Ralph is now resting at Highland Memory Gardens, in Willowdale, alongside his parents, Ralph James and Daisy Yeoman. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there will be no funeral service at this time. Ralph always enjoyed a good party, so we will host a Celebration of Life when it is safer to do so.


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Bert BrownI have known Ralph for over 50 years, and I am very saddened to hear of his passing. Ralph was always a good friend and I will miss him a lot. I always looked forward to my annual trip to London to see him. He was a great guy and a good friend, he will be sadly missed!!
Susan MurphyRIP Uncle Ralph. You left us too soon! I will miss you dearly. We have many wonderful memories! XO
Howard & Leslie JaegerRalph was a great friend. Miss his daily phone calls & coffee nights at Timmies. He told us like it was, never beat around the bush & we loved him for it. He will truly be missed.
Don McAfeeMy heartfelt sympathy to Ralph’s family and friends. I have known Ralph since grade 6 and found him to be a very thoughtful and well-respected friend. I will miss his adventurous spirit that lead us on childhood bike rides throughout Toronto, and, when we got older, countless drives as we explored Ontario. He also had a very impressive knowledge of cars and politics, which I enjoyed discussing with him. We called each other everyday during the past few years and I will dearly miss those calls. R.I.P. my true friend. I will surely miss you. Don McAfee
John and LorraineAt this sad time for our family , we want to offer condolences to Ralph’s sister Isobel Cordiner and nine nieces and nephews. The Lackie children Rick, JoAnn, Susan, David, Steven , Sharon and the Cordiner children John, LeeAnne, and Craig. “Uncle Ralphie” had a unique relationship with each. of you and each of you will have your own special memories . Ralph is now at peace, resting next to our father and mother in Highland Memory Gardens in Willowdale. John and Lorraine Yeoman , Rest in Peace brother Ralph.
Douglas and Betty Having known Ralph since he was a child we feel he is part of our family and since he moved to London we have lived in the same building. We will miss seeing him setting out on his weekly errands and his Sunday window car shopping. We will definitely miss him - Rest in Peace.
David & Solange JeffriesOur deepest condolences to Ralph's family and friends. Having known Ralph for 30+ years starting in Toronto & then here in London was a privilege and a rewarding part of our lives and that of our children. We were very fortunate to have had him in our lives. You really did leave us too soon Ralph. Rest in Peace dear Ralph.
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