So many memories. I remember the drive-in movies, fishing in Shawnee and you eating the ham sandwiches. And going to the car races at Motor Speedway. I was always welcomed in your home and I knew you sincerely cared about me. You were a BIG part of my life growing up and were always there if I needed someone to talk to. Jeff still has Odie that you gave him when he was little. Thanks for the happy times. You will always be a part of my family.. Love you. Your sister in law... Becky
My mom (Eva Bowen, neighbor and friend) wanted to express her deepest sympathy to Ron's family. She isn't able to attend the funeral because she had to go out of town today. We will always remember Ron for his friendliness..I don't think he was a stranger to anybody. Whenever I would visit my mom, he would always have candy for my kids. We started calling him the 'Candy Man'. Praying God's peace and comfort for the Kisor family.
Ron & Lisa~
So sorry for your loss. I hope that you will always treasure the happy moments and rest assured that your father is not suffering, but at peace.
R.I.P. daddy "Weasel". I am so thankful for the last how many years we had together. We built a bond that I never knew was possible. We got on each others nerves sometimes but we knew that we had each other no matter what. I have a void in my life now but I know one day I will see you again. I love ya!! Missy "Pumpkin Head"
Thank you for being my dad. I have many memories of you that I will treasure in my heart forever. I love you and will miss you.