Visitation at Funeral Home
Bonnie, Tim, Tom & Families,
Sending positive energy & prayers your way at this difficult time. I’m sorry to hear Ronnie has passed. May the love of family and friends surround you and give you strength in the days ahead. RIP Ronnie.
Two favorite memories of Ronnie from working as a cashier at the store...
- One day the power went out, and after a few minutes we started thinking we'd surely be getting out early. No electricity, no way to ring out customers, right? Until Ronnie emerged from the back lugging an old hand-crank model!
- Another day I was robbed of $80 by a quick change artist; I had no idea until I cashed out my drawer that night. Ronnie was so good to me about it. Not only did he NOT make me pay it out of my check (it would've taken the whole thing in 1978), he took me to the Office and bought me a drink. :-)
Rest in peace, Ronnie.
Rest In Peace Ronnie
Hoping Ron, you found some satisfaction in all you accomplished with your life. Creating your businesses, two successful boys, multiple grandchildren, a wonderful home, and so many friends ...all starting from almost nothing so many years ago. From the beginning, on 28 Creek Road, I was privileged to watch you and my sister work hard and accomplish your wishes...... Not sure how one could have a better life. I always looked up to you.
Our deepest sympathy to you Bonnie, Tim, Tom, and families. Our thoughts are with all of you during this difficult time. Praying you find comfort knowing Ron is no longer suffering.
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