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William Eugene Ralston

October 3, 1968 – February 2, 2024

William Eugene Ralston

In Loving Memory of William Eugene Ralston

Bill Ralston, a beloved son, brother, uncle, nephew, and friend, unexpectedly passed away on February 2, 2024. Born on October 3, 1968, in his hometown, Cincinnati, OH Bill was the son of Horace and Linda Ralston.

Bill’s passion for the insurance industry led him to a successful career working for Cincinnati Financial until his retirement in 2019. Always seeking new challenges, he found joy in his later occupations, managing at Michael’s and practicing his healing touch as a massage therapist at Massage Envy.

Bill leaves behind cherished memories with his dear family, including his devoted mother, Linda Ralston, his caring brothers, Kevin (Krista) Ralston and Eugene (Renee) Ralston, and his beloved Aunts Donna, Lori, Michele, Uncle Dan (Kathy).
He also held a special place in the hearts of his nieces and nephews: Dillon (Carmen) Ralston, Hannah (Joshua) Harper, Jordyn (Corey) Johnson, Madison (Shelby) Paul, and Nathan Larason. Bill’s charming presence will be deeply missed by his great-nieces and great-nephews: Bailey, Gunner, Eli, Oakley, Olivia and many extended relatives and friends.

Bill’s passing was preceded by his partner, Mike Chrisman, his dear brother, Michael Eugene Ralston, and his loving father, Horace Eugene Ralston and Aunts Debbie and Kathy, Great-niece Jayden, and Great-nephew Michael.

Visitation will be held at The Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home, 2155 Compton Road, 45231, on Friday, February 9, 2024, from 5:00 PM until the services begin at 7:00 PM. Once on the grounds of the memorial park, follow the BLUE line to the funeral home.

Burial will follow on Saturday, February 10, 2024 at 9:00 AM. Guests and friends are asked to gather at the family gathering area at 8:45 to line up for procession.

Bill Ralston’s warm smile, gentle spirit, and compassionate nature will always be treasured and will forever live within the hearts of those who had the honor of knowing him. May he rest in eternal peace.



Friday, February 9, 2024 from 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM

The Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home


Friday, February 9, 2024 at 7:00 PM

The Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home


Saturday, February 10, 2024 at 9:00 am

The Arlington Memorial Gardens

Guest Book

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“Bill was a coworker at Michaels. He was friendly and easy going. every shift I had, he was there. First face I saw before my shift and I would always say goodbye before I left if he was still there. He was there to lend an ear. A man I considered one of my bestest of friends My favorite memory of Bill was when it was Christmas time and he was ‘Santa’. His cheerful spirit brought a smile to my face”

“I only known Bill for a short time around eight months. I enjoyed working with him at Michaels. Bill always could make me smile with his kind words. I loved at Christmas he dressed as Santa Claus. I remember a child looking at him as Bill put his arm around me for a selfie. I asked the little boy if he would like a picture with Santa Claus and he shook his head no. His father told him that Santa was watching him. Bill let out a huge laugh and the little boys eyes got so big. Bill will be missed dearly at Michaels. We all love you Bill.”

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“Bill aka Uncle Bill was a family member. That’s how much we loved him. We were going to go to Sandusky this year together with my boyfriend and my son Josh. He was just sitting on my couch Tuesday morning before 5 am talking about his alignment. Told him to go to the ER. Stubborn man. God had other plans for him. His dad, brother, and partner were waiting on him. Bill will be missed deeply at our family functions and family get togethers. His birthday is my mother’s birthday. I will remember him most definitely at there Heavenly Birthday. RIP you lovely caring man. Till we meet again.”

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“We’re heartbroken to learn of Bill’s passing. He will remain a dear friend in our hearts and will be missed! It won’t be the same without you, my friend! We love and miss you! Dana & Todd”

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