Ralph Lawrence DuLac\r\n1945-2021 \r\nWaterville - Ralph Lawrence DuLac, 75 passed away on March 29, 2021 at Northern Light EMMC, Bangor. Ralph was the son of Raymond DuLac and Faith "Pooler" DuLac, both deceased. He graduated from Waterville High school with the class of 1965. \r\nRalphs busy life included working in many aspects, starting with the Lakewood theatre in the summer months working in the kitchen. As well as working at Pine Ridge and Levine's Dept Store. Ralph managed Bill's Truck Stop in Shawmet where he was known for his tasty fish chowder. Upon moving to Connecticut, he worked at Pratt & Whitney as a tool and dye machinist. Ralph eventually returned to Maine where he worked at Bill's oil in Winslow. He then started his own business called Clean Burn as well as owning the Valvoline Xpress-Lube and car wash on the Armory Road. All while still owning and maintaining DuLac Apartments. \r\nRalph was active in both the Elks club and the American legion. Spending time in Florida he was an active member of the Moose Club and had a booth at the local flea market. \r\nHe spent 18 winters in Zephyrhills, FL with his beloved companion Sandra Michaud sharing activities with many close friends. Ralph and Sandra also enjoyed spending Sunday breakfasts with a close group of friends here in Maine. \r\nRalph was predeceased by his brother David DuLac. He is survived by his children Lisa Silva of CT, Eric DuLac of ME and Tiffanie DuLac of MA. His grandchildren Jake Rummel, Lacey Silva and Austin Silva and his brothers Douglas and Wayne DuLac. \r\nA grave side service will be held on Saturday July 3, 2021 at 10 am at Pine Grove Cemetery in Waterville. Arrangements are under the direction and care of Gallant Funeral Home, 10 Elm Street, Waterville, Maine. An online guestbook may be signed, condolences and memories shared at www.gallantfh.com.