Tuesday, August 4, 2020



Nancy Grace Ramsey

August 4, 1957 - August 4, 2020


Nancy Grace Ramsey was born in Torrance California on August 4, 1957 to Elbert and Rosa Bostick she died August 4, 2020 at Hemet hospital due to COVID-19. Nancy went to school in Oceanside California where she met her husband of 42 years William a Ramsey she had five children Jeremy Ramsey, Christina Tritt, William S Ramsey, Kimberly Ramsey, and Heather Souza. She had four grandchildren Justice Tritt, Braiden Tritt, Luna Ramsey and David Souza. She has also survived by three sisters Geraldine Bouchaine, Mary Meister and Margaret Baker and 3 Brothers Richard, Robert, Ray and Danny Bostick. She was beloved by her family and many friends in the community she was a housekeeper and she did work at Lake Perris as a groundskeeper she was an avid animal lover and cherished her dogs Orea

Monday, August 3, 2020

Joseph Jacques Leos

May 23,  1938 - August 3, 2020


Ralph Leonard White

June 20, 1932 - August 3, 2020



Ralph Leonard White passed away peacefully on August 3rd, 2020. He was 88. Born June 20th, 1932 to Eric and Gladys White in Kitchener, Ontario Canada, he lost his mother at a young age so his sisters, Joan Dingman, (deceased) and Norma Leslie stepped up to raise their little brother. Jim White, (deceased) was Ralph's only brother. He spoke lovingly of all his siblings, but Jim and Ralph were best friends growing up. Ralph graduated High School in 1949 and was very active playing hockey as well as being an amateur boxer. He won 19 of 24 matches. He was also a bit of a pool hustler in his early years. Golfing was a favorite hobby throughout Ralph's life, having a total of 7 holes in ones. He was a boy scout leader as well. His oldest son, Randy, was in his group and enjoyed the outdoors together. Ralph met his future wife, "Margie" a year after graduating. They had 3 children throughout their 68 year marriage. Randy White, who married Sherry, Roberta (Bobbi) Burk, who married Doug (deceased) and Greg White, who married MaryGrace.  There are a total of 8 Grandchildren and 4 Great Grandchildren.
   Ralph worked hard his whole life. He painted with brother Jim in Canada as well as became a MP in the Canadian Army stationed in Germany. In 1963, Ralph decided to move to California with Margie and Randy to make a better life for his family. He found work quickly at Skyline Mobile Homes in Hemet until he got hired at Deutsch Company and worked there for 13 years. While attending a meeting in Oceanside, he met a friend who introduced him to Barbershop singing. In 1975, Ralph joined the Pal-Pac Chapter in Vista and never looked back. In 1976 he joined the Riverside Chapter, the Citrus Belters, and became a lead singer in a popular quartet called The Funtones. They won the very first comedy quartet contest they entered with a baby buggy routine that had the judges laughing so hard, they had tears in their eyes. The Funtones went on to become a very popular group that entertained all over Riverside County for many years. Ralph was an asset to any singing group he stood with! During this time, Ralph also bought his own evaporative cooler business called Whites Coolers. Margie worked in the shop while Ralph worked on roofs and windows. Son Greg, was a big help as well. After departing from Barbershop singing, Ralph discovered karaoke singing through his daughter, Bobbi. It didn't take long for that bug to bite hard. Ralph was a natural entertainer and an amazing vocalist. He wowed the crowds everywhere he went with his charisma and jokes. They knew him and loved him everywhere he went. New York, New York by Frank Sinatra will never be the same. Soon, Margie started singing too and when they sang Bye Bye Love together, it was the cutest thing ever! When asked in the year 2000 who his favorite singer was, he said it was his daughter, Bobbi. Singing, golfing, traveling, camping and family. These are the things he loved. We will miss you! I truly hope your singing up there with the angels

Sunday, August 2, 2020

Ethan Jay Ruch

October 12, 1959 - August 2, 2020


Samuel Ezell Williams

October 18, 1941 - August 2, 2020




Samuel (Sam) Ezell Williams passed away peacefully from pneumonia at age 78 with his family and pastor by his side on August 2, 2020 at San Antonio Regional Hospital in Upland, California.  He was born October 18, 1941 in Arlington, Tennessee to Charles and Elmira Williams.  
Sam graduated from Barret’s Chapel High School in Arlington, Tennessee. He went on to graduate from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.  St. Louis is also where he met Dorothy, the love of his life.  They met at West Side Baptist Church and were married there on his birthday in 1964.  
Sam had a successful 24-year career with Target Stores (Dayton Hudson Corporation) that began in St. Louis and continued at their headquarters in Minneapolis, Minnesota.  During his time at Target his positions included being a Buyer, Apparel Import Manager, Import Manager and ultimately the Director of Imports.  It was also during this time he was appointed to the Taskforce on International Trade, served on the Board of Directors for the Midwest Importers Trade Association, worked on the Importers and Retailers Trade Advisor Committee, and was a member of the American Association of Exporters and Importers.  Throughout his career he traveled extensively worldwide.  He loved to send his family postcards from afar and always returned home with special gifts and souvenirs for them from the various countries where he traveled. 
Sam worked for Revco Drug Stores, Inc. in Twinsburg, Ohio as the Director of Import and Marketing Operations for five years prior to relocating to Rancho Cucamonga, California and returning to Target Stores for another five years before retiring with a total of 29 years of service to Target Stores.   
Following his time at Target, Sam’s desire to serve in ministry led him to Community Baptist Church (CBC) where he was Associate Pastor for fifteen years before retiring from that ministry.  During his time at CBC he served on many committees and ministries at the church.  In addition to his work at CBC, he was a long-time member and leader of Bible Study Fellowship (BSF).   He was a Board Member of Pacific Church Network.  He was also a long-standing Board Member and ultimately became the Chairman of the Board for WorldVenture, an international missions organization.  As head of the Missions Team at CBC, Sam traveled to Honduras many times.  His mission work also took him to Mexico, Thailand, Israel, and Africa.  He was often described as “An Angel on Earth” and was truly a Godly man.  Sam was a faithful servant who touched so many lives all around the world.  
In addition to all his work, Sam enjoyed studying the Bible, mentoring others, and photography.   Spending time with his family was very important to him, and he especially cherished his time with his granddaughters.  He also looked forward to attending the “Annual Williams Family Reunion” with his siblings and extended family.
Sam leaves to cherish his memory his wife of 55 years, Dorothy, his daughters Melanie Hurst (Jerry) and Robyn Norman (Todd), and his granddaughters Samaya, Aleesha, and Jasmine Norman. He also leaves to cherish his memory his brothers Melvin Williams, Joe Williams (Catherine), Nathan Williams (Reita), his sisters Betty Cody (William), Emma Agnew (Elijah), Carol Whitaker, Margaret Hinton, his sister-in-law, Catherine Brown, his brother-in-law, James Brown (Valorie), his cousins, many nieces, nephews, and friends .  He was preceded in death by his parents Charles and Elmira and his brother Ori (Charles Jr.) Williams.  
The family would like to extend their heartfelt gratitude to everyone for all the prayers, support and expressions of love during this time.  
Due to current restrictions, a memorial service will be held at a future date.  
“Your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure…
You are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure…”   ~ Anonymous

Saturday, August 1, 2020