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He was born in Elmira, NY on June 15, 1954, the son of the late Gerald and Esther (Ayers) Hyer.Bill graduated from Odessa-Montour High School and BOCES in 1972.Relatives and friends are invited to call on Sunday, February 4 from 3-6 p.m. Ralph was also predeceased by his wife, Antoinette, and son-in-law, Michael Davis. Ralph was very active on the local sport scene where he was an umpire, referee and sports official for nearly 50 years.He is survived by children and their spouses, Burt and Lisa Butler, Mark Butler, Mary Anne and Jack Narosky, Don and Debbie Butler, and Helen and Jim Specchio; grandchildren, Jeremie (Angela), Jennie, Lauren, Eric (Myranda), Samantha (Tyler), Michael, Ben, Emily and Sarah; three great grandchildren; special friend and longtime companion Mary Ogershok; along with several nieces, nephews and cousins. An avid outdoor enthusiast, Ralph enjoyed fishing and hunting.Arvine’s greatest achievement was sharing his knowledge, wisdom and heartfelt love with his wife, family and friends.
He is survived by his two sisters, Krystal (nieces Isabella and Skyla) and Lexi Updike, along with several aunts, uncles and cousins.
Arvine had a love for automobiles, flea markets, and volunteering for both the Reynoldsville Community Church Chicken Barbecues and the Reynoldsville Community Club.
He spent many hours with his dad, Leon, at gun shows, car shows and the Canandaigua Steam Pageant.
Arvine was a family man who loved his wife, three boys and eight grandchildren dearly.
Arvine spent the last 20 years working with his son, Wade, at Pike’s Machine Shop.
Arvine had the ability to fix anything and he believed everything could be saved.