Edward “Ricky” Ball, Jr.

1955 ∼ 2020

Lawrence Henry of Port charlotte Fl wrote:

God bless you you will be missed

Roseanna Nikolaidis wrote:

I knew Ricky through his wife Pam. They were very devoted to each other and loved their families. He was always very kind to me. He always was said hi and had a great smile. My God keep you in his arm and rest in eternal peace

Janice Morse of West Yarmouth wrote:

Dear Pam, What sad news. My prayers and hope for strength for you and your family. Rest well Ricky.

Susan Colombo Antonellis of East Falmouth ,MA wrote:

Pam , I am so sorry for your loss!! I will be thinking of you and your family as you go through your process of grief and remembrance of a wonderful soul. My heart goes out to all of you. God bless

Farouk Naoom of Daytona Beach , Florida wrote:

We are going to miss you and miss your smile May god repose your soul in paradise of joy .

Michael Belli of Falmouth Ma. wrote:

You will be missed my friend, I will always remember commuting on the ferry to Martha’s Vineyard with you working for Fedex we had a lot of laughs and talking sports on our commute.... your the best !!!! RIP Rick

Dina Naoom of Daytona Beach,Florida wrote:

Our deepest sympathy. You’re going to be missed and your memories will be forever.

Gail and Scott Alexander of Vero Beach, Florida wrote:

Ricky. You will always be in our hearts. Rest In Peace. I’m going to play some of your favorite rock and roll songs in your memory.

Linda Conti of South Yarmouth MA wrote:

Dear Pam, I am so very sorry to hear about your husband Ricky. My mom would always tell me what great care you took of him. Please accept my sincere sympathy for you and your family. Sincerely, Linda Conti (Fran Whitney's daughter)

stephen j mcgrath of centerville wrote:

From meeting at work in the late 70's... to watching many a Pats games...to getting in a few rounds of golf...to skiing the mountains of NH...to hanging out at the beaches of Cape Cod and FLA...to concerts at the Tent and Gillette...and the occasional visit to BPD...to being a Best Man and Godfather...to bringing Pam and Jess, the Russell's and The Ball's into our lives...to all life's celebrations and parties in your fire-placed backyard...Great memories will keep you with us until we meet up and do it all over again. Rest for now, my friend Love, Steve & Amy Chris, Dan & Tim

Ned Keating of Reading, MA wrote:

Pam and Jessica, Nicolas, Suzanne & Donny my deepest sympathies. We grew up together. literally across the street. But not so close to prevent us from riding a bike, all 30 yards, from one house to the other.. Wiffleball against the house in the Balls backyard, (2nd floor a double, much to Claire's windows chagrin; a home run over the house), riding bikes and tree forts in the forest, (Ricky had a stingray with a banana seat), his BEAUTIFUL cars, (too many to mention but I loved riding in the 55 Caddy). The harmless mischievous fun, of which there was plenty ... His genuine humor, smile and easy way made it so easy to reconnect. You are deeply missed, Ricky.

Wayne Kendrick of West Hyannisport wrote:

Pam and Jessica, My heart-felt, deepest sympathies go out to you both. I'm so sorry to hear of Ricky's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

James knudsen of Marstons mills mass wrote:

I had the pleasure of working with rick for many years he was a wonderful man and friend. God speed rick I will miss you.

Lynn Santoro of West Yarmouth, MA wrote:

Pam, Joe and I loved seeing Rick. Rick's smile lit up the room, every time. He always made us feel cared for and welcomed. His warm spirit always shone through. We met through the AFSC and I am so glad to have had the chance to get to know you. I am here if ever you want to talk. My love and support to you and your family. Very Best Wishes, Lynn Santoro

Linda and Steve of Sandwich, Ma wrote:

Dear Pam and family, loss is always so difficult during these times even more so. I remember Ricky just as the photo shows a man with a zeal for life, and a big smile! Take care Pam, you are in many folks prayers and thoughts, Fondly, Linda

Matt Quitmeyer of West Barnstable wrote:

Pam my heart breaks for you, Jessica and the extended family. I cannot imagine how difficult this time must be for you. I do pray that all the happy memories you have of Ricky can be of some comfort to you and Jessica during this difficult time. Love, Matt

Grace Bruning of Centerville, MA wrote:

So deeply sorry for your loss. May your memories and the love of family and friends bring you comfort at this sad time.

Curtis Babb of South Yarmouth wrote:

I laughed and thought of you every time Mambo No. 5 by Lou Bega would play. You were smiling and laughing telling the story about your daughter Jessica and how much she loves that song because her name was in it. She would make you turn it up loud and you both would be singing. Thank you for all the good times we shared on Cape Air flights to and from MVY! Keep smiling Ricky, you will be missed!

MAryanne Clougherty of Scituate mass wrote:

I worked with Ricky on the vineyard,and he was such a gentleman.He liked to laugh and we certainly did a lot of that.It was pleasure to know him.

Frank Ledda Jr. of South Yarmouth Ma wrote:

I’m very sorry to hear of Rick’s passing. I worked with him at Fed Ex for many years. He was always kind and of good character to me and others. May I offer my sympathy and prayers to all of his surviving family. Sincerely, Frank Ledda Jr.

Sandra Walmsley of Indian Wells , Ca wrote:

Sending my prayers & deepest sympathy to the Ball and Hall Families during this difficult time. So very sorry for your loss.

Paul D’Agostino of Andover MA wrote:

Rest In Peace buddy. Great memories!