RALPH E. ANDERSONRalph E. Anderson, 65, of Duluth, died unexpectedly on Thursday, May 17, 2012 at home.
Ralph E. Anderson, 65, of Duluth, died unexpectedly on Thursday, May 17, 2012 at home.
He was born Sept. 18, 1946 in Duluth to Ralph A. and Evelyn H. (Wheeler) Anderson.
Ralph was an entrepreneur his entire life learning about anything from rentals to law to medicine, and sharing with everyone. He was a unique, unusual, brilliant man who helped hundreds of people, and loved his family with a protective, loving heart. His focus in life had always been his search for the Creator and ways he could alleviate the suffering of others.
Ralph was preceded in death by his parents, his brother Ron, and a true friend Adele Jernberg.
Ralph is survived by his wife Carol Kubiski of Duluth; his son Luke (Nadia) Wetterlind, and their children Ian and Evan Wetterlind of League City, Texas; his daughter Tasha Kubiski of Duluth; his sisters Jeannie (John) Malinowski of Duluth, and Shirley Shields of Suffix, Wis.; his brothers Randy (Linda Kessler) Anderson and Rudy Anderson, both of Duluth; and his good friends David Kowalski and Peter Opack, both of Duluth. Ralph will be unbelievably missed by all the people whose lives he touched.
MEMORIAL SERVICE: 2 p.m. Tuesday, May 29, 2012, in the Proctor Blackwood's Banquet Room. Memorials to carry on Ralph's life work can be made to The True Light Association, 23 W. Central Entrance, Suite 324, Duluth, MN. 55811. Arrangements by Dougherty Funeral Home, Duluth, (218) 727-3555.
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