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September 22, 2018

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September 21, 2018
Tears and more tears. Dianne , Richard, Beatrice we we're so lucky to have known and loved Ron. He lit up the world with his music and his positivity. Our world's loss is the universe's gain.
September 8, 2018
I was so very sorry to hear of Ronnie's passing. He was so talented and without a doubt one of THE nicest guys I went to high school with. He was a gentle soul. My thoughts and many prayers are with his family and loved ones. May he rest in eternal peace.
With sadness and admiration.
Patty (Clark) Lamarre
CHS Class of 1976
September 8, 2018
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of my dear cousin Ronnie. Family was always his main focus. He was always so thoughtful and kind to all the members of his family, from his grandparents to his parents to his aunts and uncles and his cousins. I always admired his talent and his love of music. The first song I remember him writing was called Diamond Lady, written for our grandmother for her 75th birthday. Ronnie was a born performer, who loved to entertain people with his music and his magic tricks. He worked with some of the most famous people in music including Les Paul, Ian Anderson, Eric Clapton and countless others, but he stayed the same down to earth guy we knew as a kid.
One thing I treasure is a letter that he wrote about my mother when she passed. He talked about how much fun our family get together's were and how meaningful they were for him and our families. I was touched by how kind the letter was. Just recently, when he heard that my father, his uncle Paul, was ill, he sent him a get well letter with a string of rosary beads enclosed. That is the sort of little kindnesses he always showed to his family.
Ronnie will be deeply missed. I know he is in a special place now, singing Let It Be and Imagine to all the passed family members in heaven. I know we will meet again some day, and just for the record, he should have been the 5th Beatle.