The Wilson family lived across from the brown's on River view drive. They welcomed us to the neighborhood in the early 1950's.Remember all the nice neighborhood pot luck dinner The brown's and us were involved in. Yes Ron I remember you as a high school teacher although I didn't take any of your classes you were wlll known and respected. The boys used to really enjoy shop class as it was known in the 1950's.I remember Glenna especially as she used to teach me cooking treats at christmas. So long Ron rest in peace
Will always remember Ron as a kind neighbor who I first knew when he lived across the street on Riverview Dr. He taught me how to drive a Model T which in the '50s seem like an old car then. Several years ago had the pleasure of learning from him about his blue bird project and of course seeing his continued love of the Model T. Glad to have had the opportunity to know you Ron.
Thank you Uncle Ron, I owe you a debt of gratitude that can never be repaid, for the kindness and generosity that you showed our family. For us, you were a rock.
RIP Uncle Ronald. What a full life you lived, touching those around you.
The best teacher I have ever known, In machine shop he taught us to make things I still have the hammer he had me make. I wish he could have been my math teacher.