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Ralph Christopher (Chris) Uhl, December 10, 1959~April 26, 2015

Uhl, Chris copyRalph Christopher (Chris) Uhl, 55, passed away Sunday, April 26, 2015.  He was born December 10, 1959 in Fayetteville.

He was preceded in death by his mother and stepfather, Shirley and Red Hamblen; and father, Ralph Willard Uhl.

Ralph was with Multi-Craft Contractors for twenty-two years where he was a key member in maintaining fabrication shop equipment, several shut-down projects and managed the construction of the scoreboard at Baum Stadium.

He is survived by two daughters, Sara Glenn and husband, Weston of Patrick; and Amber Jones and husband, William of Springfield, MO.; one brother, Phil Neeper and wife, Roseann; three sisters, Joyce Stout and husband, Don; Linda Deutschnan; and Genzie Presley and husband, Jon.; and three grandchildren.

A memorial service will be held at 1:00 P.M. on Thursday, April 30, 2015 at Beard’s Chapel.

 

 

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    Willard E. Uhl » 27. Apr, 2015

    I am so sorry to hear of our Families lose, I hadn’t saw him in awhile and we pretty much just met passing over the years. But he was/is my first cousin and he will be missed

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    DeannaCLeRoy » 30. Apr, 2015

    Joyce, I am so sorry for your loss, my thoughts are with you and you have my deepest sympathy.

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    Sandra Easley » 27. Apr, 2015

    Sorry for your loss. Worked with Chris at Armstrong. He was a great person. May God be with you all at this time.

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    Name » 28. Apr, 2015

    My condolences to Ralph’s family. My favorite memory with Ralph will always be the day we went fishing on the Arkansas river and I caught 2 catfish and Ralph didn’t catch anything. I will never forget his laugh or the grief he gave me for out fishing him that day. I am very blessed to have known such a kind hearted man and I will never forget you! Rest in peace and I’ll see you again!

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    genzie » 28. Apr, 2015

    To my big brother Chris “The Golden Boy”, I will love you forever and I will see you in heaven.
    Your little sis,
    Genz

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    Debra Uhl » 28. Apr, 2015

    I just found out this morning of Chris’s passing. I am so very sorry for your loss. Chris loved being outside in nature. I remember all our fishing trips and one time in particular when we were fishing at Lincoln Lake and I caught a 3 pound bass right at dark. The funny thing is he had taken off the worm I had on my pole and put it on his pole, he had been fishing with it for a long time with no luck when I finally noticed I made him put it back on my pole then I caught that bass…he was so mad…. and we laughed and laughed about that later. He had a kind heart. He will be missed.

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    Amber » 29. Apr, 2015

    Thank you everybody for your love. Debra, I’m happy to see you were made aware of his passing. I didn’t know how to get ahold of you and I knew you’d want to know :)

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    Marilyn Ledford » 28. Apr, 2015

    I am so sorry for your loss may God be with you in the time of your grief.
    I am first cousin to Chris, Willard was my uncle, and I knew Shirley when Chris as a baby.

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    Tim Wages » 28. Apr, 2015

    Sorry for your loss. Worked with Ralph many years and had fun with him. May you rest in peace.

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    Scott » 30. Apr, 2015

    So many stories to tell about this great friend. He cared about other people more than anyone I have ever met, and was such a talented man. He is deeply missed by many.
    He wasn’t just a friend, but my brother.

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    curtis uhl » 22. Jun, 2015

    rip from great bend kansas