Ralph Charles Leibig

July 1, 1937 - January 28, 2022
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Ralph Charles Leibig, 84, of Swoyersville, passed away peacefully on Friday, January 28, 2022, at his home.   Born in Philadelphia, Ralph worked in the telecommunications industry. He began as a lineman for Bell Telephone in his teen years, and he successfully worked his way up to district manager. Known by his coworkers for hisContinue Reading

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Carabeth Foster left a message on March 1, 2022:
Dad you are loved and missed. I wish we were able to see you one more time to hug you in person and tell you how much you are loved. We shared many seasons of life and I'm so grateful that you responded to God's prompting to come and see Deirdra and Siobhan when they were born. God knew I would need your help later in life! I have so many great memories. I thank you for the strength you helped me find in God and myself when i was at my lowest. Your devilish smile and raspy laugh is what i'll miss so much. My favorite memories are working on the cars in the garage with you, you taught me so much, surprising us with a minibike, and the emerald ring you bought me for my 13th birthday. I still remember your laugh and face when you asked me what i wanted and I told you about the ring. But you drove me to Walmart, none the less, and took interest in what it was and bought it for me. I guess i have you to blame for my love of Gemology. Your first visits to Florida with Anthony (Tony) and how you taught the girls the meaning of "american express"!!! They loved it. My heart rejoices to know that I will see you again some day in Heaven! Love you Dad
Arlene Mangino left a message on February 4, 2022:
Mille, so very sorry to hear of Ralph's passing. My sympathies and prayers are with you and your family.
Marti Brown left a message on February 2, 2022:
Ralph was certainly a precious, loving man. He was our daughter's father-in-law and distance did not keep him from frequently calling to check on her while Tony was deployed. He was a blessing. Prayers for the family: losing your daddy is never easy. Randy and Marti Brown
Tobey Humphrey left a message on February 1, 2022:
He was always ready to help me. A good friend, I will miss our visits.
condolence-image Wroblewski Funeral Home left a message:
Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. Thank you for trusting us to care for your loved one. May comfort and peace surround all of you.
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