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In lieu of flowers, Paul’s family has expressed their desire for family and friends to consider donating to PEP at the link below. When making your donation, please address gifts to rdailey@ncfgiving.com.

REMEMBERING VOLUNTEER AND PEP AMBASSADOR PAUL RALPH

As I read my bible in Matthew 25, Jesus gives us a litmus test to determine the difference between wheat and tares, sheep and goats and those who will inherit the Kingdom prepared for His people. The test, in part, gauges whether or not we “visited those in prison”…the “least of these.” Paul spectacularly passes that test; so much so that I’m inclined to place a picture of him next to that passage in my bible. Allow me to echo words that I’m sure he has already heard, “Well done, good and faithful steward.” I greatly appreciate his impact on our participants, but also his impact on me as well. Thank you, my friend; I’m better for having known you.

Bryan Kelley, CEO Prison Entrepreneurship Program

Paul Ralph was simply an amazing human being. His kindness towards everyone was genuine. His smiles showed everyone that he cared for them as a human being. His work with the participants in our program changed lives. Although Paul’s passing leaves us with a void, his life and legacy live on in our hearts and memories. His service and commitment to humanity will live on well beyond the years that we were all blessed to have Paul in this world. Our heartfelt condolences go out to Paulette and his entire family. Thank you for sharing Paul with us. We are better people because he was in our lives.

In lieu of flowers, Paul’s family has expressed their desire for family and friends to consider donating to PEP at the link below. When making your donation, please address gifts to rdailey@ncfgiving.com.