David L. Ratliff

02/17/1952 - 06/02/2021

Obituary For David L. Ratliff

David L. Ratliff age 69 of Hamilton passed away Wednesday June 2, 2021. He was born February 17, 1952 in Denver, Colorado the son of the late Charles and Betty (nee Loper) Ratliff. On November 26, 1973 in Jellico, Tennessee he married Lona Swinney. Mr. Ratliff was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force. He worked at Champion Papers, Faxon Machine Company, and for Honeywell in Monroe, Ohio. He loved fishing, being outdoors, and especially spending time with his family. Mr. Ratliff is survived by his wife of 47 years, Lona Ratliff; devoted father of Michael (Rebecca) Ratliff, and the late David Ratliff; and dear grandfather of Conner Ratliff and Dylan Ratliff. Visitation at THE WEBSTER FUNERAL HOME 3080 Homeward Way at Rt. 4, Fairfield on Monday June 7, 2021 from 10:00 AM until the time of the funeral service at 11:00 AM, with Pastor Kris Theobald, officiating. Burial to follow in Butler County Memorial Park. www.websterfuneralhomes.com

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  • I just wanted to extend my deepest sympathy to Dave's family. We bowled in the mill league at Champion Papers together. You'll never find a nicer guy than Dave Ratliff.

  • So sorry to see this. Dave was a good friend in high school. Jim Kernohan

  • Sorry to hear of Dave's passing; my prayers and sympathy's to his family. I went to school with Dave at Garfield. I enjoyed his friendship he was always a good guy!

  • I'm so sorry to hear of David's passing, my thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time

  • I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. Your neighbor, Wanda Chapman

  • I lit a purple candle because we are both February babies. My heart hurts for anyone that knew him because he was such a kind soul that had nothing but good intentions. My heart truly breaks for your grandchildren. He was one of a kind. I keep telling myself those 2 cardinals I seen yesterday was my dad and him together again.

  • My heart breaks for the family. RIP David . I have fond memories of the great man he was. Kym Barger-Martin

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