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Ralph Niller

Obituary of Ralph G. Niller

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Ralph Niller lived his entire life in the state of California. Born in Trona, CA in 1948; he often commented that he grew up in the desert, and it fueled his life long love of the outdoors; along with a love for deep sea fishing, camping and boating in California and throughout Nevada. Later his family relocated to the South Bay area, where he graduated from Carson High in 1967. Ralph was hired by Los Angeles County school district to do gardening and landscape maintenance which enabled him to enjoy nature and gardening. Ralph joined the Air Force during the Vietnam war, of which he was always so proud of being able to serve his country. After returning from service he was hired by Pacific Bell (AT&T) where he was able to work outdoors in cable maintenance for 38 years. Ralph was proceeded in death by his father George W. Niller and his mother Julia (McGill) Niller; and ex-wife Theresa; and is survived by their son, Darren Niller of Templeton, CA. He is also survived by his sisters: Kathryn Carter of Creston, CA, and Mary Foster of Anna, TX. Ralph is also survived by his wife of 39 years, Vivian (Falcone) and two daughter's: Jessica (Farr) & Sarah (Wright); And Six Grandchildren. He was a beloved husband, father and grandfather and was loved by all. He will be remembered for his calm nature, dry wit, and friendly demeanor. Ralph will surely be missed by all of his family and friends that surrounded him during his life. The family asks that those that wish to honor Ralph do so by making a donation in his name to the American Cancer Society.
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