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  1. I miss you so much Dad you are a great man and you taught me everything.i am so glad I was able to spend so much time with you when you were struggling it was an honor.I am going to miss talking with you and all the laughs we had you are amazing I love you Kenny

  2. I’ll never forget running down stairs with a Smurf figurine & telling Uncle Ronnie it looks just like him! LolI think I was 5 years old at the time I also remember visiting & I couldn’t wait for him to come home from work & he’d walk in the house & head straight for the shower & bed to take a nap, He did it every time but I still got upset every time 😞So I’d make his coffee & wait for him some more!I will miss him dearly!!!💔One not so great memory: I couldn’t wait to tell him we got a big boat to come pick him up in Port Jeff & when I saw him & told him I gotta talk to you, He said what do you NEED? I was heartbroken 💔 that he thought that when I said I gotta talk I was going to ask him for something! Maybe he’s use to people asking for his help But I Just was excited to tell him about my boat & going fishing It made me sad at the time. Debbie Sue

  3. I will miss uncle Ronnie dearly. One of the funniest people I have ever known. I remember when I was staying at their house, they had one of those toy fishes that hung on the wall and sang. My son was fascinated with it so uncle Ronnie took it down and let him play with it. The fish started singing ‘put me in the water’ so my son threw it in the pool. I was so mortified that my son broke it. I never saw uncle Ronnie laugh so hard, he gave my son a high 5..He had such a way of putting you at ease. I’ll never forget that. Such an amazing family man. We were all blessed to have him as part of our family.

  4. Always looked forward to seeing my uncle Ronnie. One of the funniest men IΓÇÖve ever known. His devotion to his wife was inspiring, IΓÇÖd like to be half the husband he was. Rest In Peace. Until we meet again.

  5. When my Mom passed away 41/2 yrs ago, my Dad knew how devastated I was. I use to speak on the phone daily with her. The day after her passing he started calling me every evening at 6:30 pm to see how I was doing and to ask about my day. Those daily phone calls meant the word to me as well as to him and we never missed one. The silence each night is 💔 My Dad and I enjoyed our Sunday night movie and dinner dates during the winter. I will miss his sense of humor and his goofy playful side. I loved you very much Daddy and will miss you until the day we meet again. Please give my Mother a kiss on her cheek from me. I believe we will be together again but until then, please continue to watch over me and Andrew and send us many signs. I love you Daddy, Toodles ♥�

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