PLEASE BE ADVISED PER MARYLAND REGULATIONS, GATHERINGS OF MORE THAN 25 OCCUPANTS ARE CURRENTLY PROHIBITED. THERE WILL BE NO SEATING AVAILABLE DURING PUBLIC VIEWINGS. WE ASK THAT YOU VIEW, AND THEN IMMEDIATELY EXIT THE BUILDING. Live Streaming: Facebook.com/henryfuneralhomepa\n \n\n\n\n Ralph Lin Fells born January 29 1956 to the late Elsie and Melvin Fells Sr. He was the youngest of 7 children. He departed this life on May 21, 2020 peacefully at his home as he slept.\n \n\n\n\n He was educated in Talbot county public schools. He was a avid sports fan playing softball for many many years for multiple teams. He had a special love for the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore orioles.\n \n\n\n\n Ralph’s employment history includes businesses such as the Star Democrat, old Salt Seafood, Time out Tap and Grill, The Washington Street pub, where he could showcase his affinity and passion for cooking.\n \n\n\n\n Ralph was loved by everyone that he encountered, and he also gave love back. Extremely funny, and social. Ralph has a special name for each and every member of his family most of which cannot be repeated here.\n \n\n\n\n He leaves to cherish his memories to his only son, Octavious R. Thomas, 3 sisters Ellen Hill (Cephus) of Baltimore MD. Charlotte Fells, OF Easton, MD. Marie Fells of Cambridge, MD (Wayne). 1 brother Johnny Fells of Easton MD. He is survived by a host of Nephews, and nieces. Including his partner in crime/nephew William Tinker Fells & close Niece Tissy Fells. There are also many, many close friends Including Scott Smith, and Virginia Whittington.\n \n\n\n\n He was preceded in death by Sister Helen Cornish, & Brother Melvin Fells Jr.