Ralph "Billy" Doyle

Thursday 10th of October 1929 - Friday 7th of June 2019

Ralph "Billy" Doyle
Ralph Billy Doyle, born Oct. 10, 1929,  died on June 7, 2019.  He was the widower of his beloved wife, Doris Jean for nearly 62 years, whom he married on Feb. 17, 1951.  They were both born in St. Louis, MO.  Father of Janet Felts; grandfather of Melissa (Kevin) Brock, Sabrina Felts; great grandfather of Silas Brock; brother of Doris Faulkner (deceased), Delores Wesemann, and Carol (Arnold) Frentzel; and uncle to 5 nephews and a niece. 

He was retired US Army Master Sergeant and a Vietnam Veteran.  He also had over 20 years active duty and over 10 years in the US Army Reserve 100th Division.  He was a member of VFW Post 680 and American Legion Post 341, Lexington.  He was a Kentucky Colonel and member of American Legion Post 24, Georgetown, KY.  

He had many dear friends and a special friend,  Denise Mullins.  Special thanks to his caregivers, Loretta Centers, Lorene Brumley, and Vickie Clark.  

Visitation will be Fri., June 14, 2019 from 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM, with the service at 11:30 AM,  Milward-Broadway.  Burial will be at the Lexington Cemetery.  Donations may be made to Bluegrass Care Navigators.        

Guest Book

Carol Frentzel

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Love you Bill!!! Will miss our talks. Say Hi to Doris for us and give Mom and Dad a big hug and kiss and tell them I miss them also!

1 week ago

Wanda Couch

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Ralph I only meet you a few time but you sure made a lot of people around you very happy. I know Dee Dee and her family will miss you dearly they thought a lot of you go Rest In Peace and I will miss you and that big smile too Love Wanda / DeeDeeā€™s Aunt

1 week ago

Richard and Chasity Darnell and girls

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It was a pleasure knowing this man, he loved to make us laugh.. He always had a smile on his face,and loved telling us stories about the good ole days... I know he will be with his wife who he talked about and loved soo much RIP Ralph we will miss you

1 week ago

DICKIE & Darlene Darnell

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We will miss this man. He was part of our family for the past 5 years. He was a fun, loving man that love to make people laugh. Go rest with Doris now Ralph. she will welcome you in God's home we love you and will miss you

1 week ago

Denise Mullins

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Oh my Ralphster I'm missing you so much already! Good morning calls daytime calls just to see if you were ok and goodnight calls won't be happening anymore! I know you are smiling that sweet smile at Doris again, I'm gonna miss you my sweet buddy! Love you big! Denise

1 week ago

Jeff Mullins

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It was a great pleasure to have known Ralph. Great man, loved his country! He is with his bride that he missed everyday. God bless you Mr Doyle.

1 week ago