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Ralph LaFrance Fahey "Moose"

Born: 
Monday, November 13, 1939
Died: 
Monday, October 18, 2021
Birthplace: 
Redondo Beach, California
Ralph Fahey -“Moose”- passed away in Bellingham, WA. on October 18th, 2021 at the age of 81.
He was born in Redondo Beach, California on November 13th, 1939 to parents Paul and Mildred.
Ralph married Pat Fahey on June 24, 1989.
He graduated from Mount Vernon High School in 1958.
Ralph had a career of football and was inducted into the Hall of Fame, in Canton Ohio in 1995 and also the Pacific NW Hall of Fame in 2014. He enjoyed his hobby of woodcarving and was very talented at the craft. 

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Submitted by Ron curry on

I never new Moose but he was a fixture in my grandparents home because he and my uncle Fred were good friends. Uncle Fred was a little wild and Moose was a neighbor. My Grandparents were poor and had 6 boys. My grandmother would make a plate of hamburgers Moose would show up and there wouldn't be any left. My grandmother always remembered Moose.

Submitted by Lewis Peters (Pete) on

Rest in peace Moose.  We had many good times together at EJC back in 61 and 62. You were a fun guy to be with.  Pete

Submitted by Lewis Peters (Pete) on

Rest in peace Moose, we had many good times together at EJC back i 61 and 62.  You were a fun guy to be with.  Pete 

Submitted by James Malcolm on

I remember you when I was a tiny kid.  You were my father and Uncle Jacks friend went I was a young kiddo 40 years ago.  The "Moose is Loose" was your football call sign.  I hope you get to spend time with my mom and dad again now on the other side. 

 

James

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