Ralph John Redington

Ralph John Redington

November 14, 1951 - March 15, 2010

Ralph John Redington

November 14, 1951 - March 15, 2010


Directions from Memorial Service to Reception

Start out going NORTH on NEWPORT COAST DR toward TURTLE CREST DR. 0.2 mi

Turn RIGHT onto BONITA CANYON DR. 0.5 mi

Stay STRAIGHT to go onto CULVER DR. 2.5 mi

Merge onto I-405 S toward SAN DIEGO. 4.5 mi

Take the IRVINE CENTER DR exit, EXIT 1C. 0.3 mi

Keep LEFT at the fork to go on IRVINE CENTER DR. 0.6 mi

Turn RIGHT onto ALTON PKWY. 0.1 mi

Turn LEFT onto GATEWAY BLVD. 0.1 mi


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57 responses to Ralph John Redington

  1. Ralph was one of a kind. There will never be another Ralph. So giving to others and so much fun! Woodbridge was definitly a better place because of you Ralph. We will miss you dearly. Mike and I feel so blessed we got to spend so many wonderful moments with you and the gang. You will never be forgotten. Our thoughts and prayers are with Sue and the Redington boys.
    Take care. Lots of love,
    Mike and Monica Stewart

  2. May there always be plenty of glasses of Rodney Cabernet for you in Heaven, Ralphie! We at Waters love you and you will be forever missed!

  3. Sue, Brian, Kyle, & Brady
    There are so many ways to remember Ralph, all of them good. We were lucky to share a small part of him, knowing that his heart and soul belonged to you all. Woodbridge will always echo with his booming personality and his larger than life presence. He will be forever remembered as a member of this community and as a friend to our family. God bless and keep him.

  4. Brenda Manos says:

    I have seen Ralph over the years but got to know him this last few months. He helped the Marching Band get our “Ducky Dash” approved for Memorial Day. Last I heard from him was Sunday before his passing. He was out with the rubber duckies testing them in the lake to see how fast they would travel. That action summed him up… A man that would do anything for anyone. He was a gem and a pleasure to work with and my heart goes out to his wife, family and friends for their loss.

  5. Gil Nelsen says:

    My family and I are so sorry to hear about Ralph’s sudden passing. I talked to Ralph at 7-11 just two weeks ago after his 24 Fitness workout. He was in good spirits, same old Ralph. We shared some basketball days from the Boys Club. I’m glad that I made it a point to tell him how much our family has always enjoyed the July 4 Parade. I hope that the WVA renames the races/parade in honor of Ralph for all of his past leadership and hard work. We will miss Ralph in our Woodbridge community. Ralph is certainly one of the reasons that the WVA is considered the best master-planned community in the United States! God Bless and peace to his family.
    -The Nelsen’s Gil, Marylou, Gabrielle and Rob

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