My deepest condolences go out to all of your family, friends, and loved ones who no longer have you in their lives. You will be missed.
How dare you go and leave us so soon. We had many more adventures in life to find and explore..We will all miss your smile, jokes,love of family,god and life...I know you are in a better place and looking down upon our lives. As you told me many,many times, keep smiling...things will get better and I am always here if you need me. Just call my name.
Sorry for your loss Matt. My condolences go out to all your family and his friends.
Our condolences are with you Matt, and your family. We are always here for you.
Love Katie and Dan
As an original member of the Dee's Boys, I can relate to Ron's memories of those guys. For some reason, Ron popped into my head tonight and I decided to look him up. I was overwhelmed when I discovered his obituary. Ron, don't think that someone you haven't seen in 40 years doesn't remember you and appreciate you because I certainly do. Rest in peace.
As one of the original "Dee's Boys" I remember Ron as funny guy and a good friend. He took my side when controversy occurred. I haven't spoken to Ron or and of the other Dee's Boys in nearly 40 years, but for some reason popped into my head tonight and I was saddened to find his obituary. I'll never forget him.
I had the pleasure to work with Ron at Turlock Golf & CC & knowing that we were on the same shift made it fun! Rons smile, his laugh & his sincere passion for his family & friends were above all else. I haven't seen Ron for many years but hearing of his passing affected me more than I thought it might..suppose that is a testimony to the kind of man Ron was & how he touched me & others and made a difference. My deepest sympathies to Ron's family, suppose now it's Rons turn to pray for all those he has left behind. Until we meet again, RIP my friend.
I have known Ron since I was a kid. I remember when he would pull up to his mom's house in some cool car and we would have to check it out. Over the last several years, I have enjoyed visiting with him at various wrestling tournaments. I am saddened by his loss.
My condolences and prayers to the Solano family for their loss. May you find peace in knowing he is with our Lord God in heaven.
I feel very blessed to have known you Ron when we worked at Turlock Golf & CC at the same time. You always were able to make me smile no matter what chaos was going on in the pro shop! You are truly missed and I will keep your family in my prayers during this difficult time.
My condolances to the Solano family during this difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Our sincere condolences to the Solano family & to Ronalds mom Marlene Wilson, our prayers are with you through this difficult time and always
Frank & Dottie Aguilar
Ron I'll love you forever. Marlene you gave me the greatest gift when you asked me to be Ron's Godmother. May the peace of the Lord be with all of his family.
Where ever I am, whatever I do, I will always be thinking of you, loving you, missing you, wishing I could hear your voice, laugh, smile or just to have you hold me once again.... I have never ever felt a heartache this strong in my life. All the things left unsaid, all the things we never got to do or make right, through it all I know you loved me and I only hope you know how much I love, love , love you Dad! One day far from now we will be together again.
Ron, You Know I Love you always and forever, and you and I will see each other soon. God Bless You And Keep You cause I'm not too far away. Never too far away...
You finally made it home, Ron... Thank God! Sure do miss you, miss you soooo much, but we'll see each other soon. Love Always, Me.
I'm so sorry for your loss. Ronnie was an awesome guy! Mark has many stories of him and Ronnie. Good times, they laughed alot. My heart goes out to you. Ronnie will forever live in many hearts.
I have always said there are three kinds of people that come in and out of our lives. Most of them we never think about, some we remember from time to time, and a few break our hearts when they leave, and we never forget them. There were a lot of broken hearts in the room the night you left us, but there was also a lot of love. I know you felt it while we held your hands. Rest easy, Ronnie.
I will miss your great laugh and funny jokes. It was my pleasure to referee with you. You had a humor in your personality that most people would love to have. God Bless You.
Ron was my Brother, and many times throughout my life he was my Father too. It was Ron who showed me how to load a rifle, make a bow from a tree branch, change the crankcase oil...detail a car from top to bottom. These reflect just a tiny part of the man he was and will always be. His lasting impression/lesson is one known by all of us--joke, be goofy, and keep laughing. I will always cherish the times sitting on the couch watching The Three Stooges, riding on the front of his motorcycle, blowing up Nestle product stands, cruising the back roads of Carson City, discussing Life in the early morning hours, late nite burritos from the taco trucks...and laughing. The laughter--his laughter will always keep Ron close to my heart.
To Marlene..I see that Ron had signed the guestbook at Franklin and Downs, and also the guestbook onlin. You must be proud of him! God bless you and the family.
to Marlene and family, the Gonsalves family wishes to thank you for your submitted comments about Dan, Ron's coach. We appreciate the thoughts and are very grateful. chella gonsalves
"Death is no more than passing from one room into another. But there's a difference for me, you know? Because in that other room I shall be able to see"-Helen Keller
I'm glad we got to visit last summer when I was in Modesto. Your spirited voice will live on, at least in my house, in a recording from Christmas of 1980 when you changed the words from "have a cup of cheer" to "have a cup of beer." I hope you get that cup of cheer with Grandpa Solano, he was probably pretty happy to see his son again! I'll look out for Grandma.
We have the fondest memories of you and your family. A lot of fun times and laughs. Ron you will truly be missed. May you rest in peace.Our hearts are sad. Rick, Georgia and Lil man (Zephyr family).
Ron you were the funniest of all my friends fathers. I will fondly remember you as a happy-go-lucky guy who was also happy to help us kids with things. I will never forget what you taught me in regards to my cars, and I will always find humor in how you laughed at me while cleaning off the crud from my car battery when I thought my car was broken down. If only I could have had a father like you.
I pray that your family is surrounded by love and support during this sad time. I know so many people are pained by the loss of you, a great one-of-a-kind man.
Marlene and Family ..
Our thoughts and prayer go out to you and all the family !!!!!!!!!
Ron, your untimely death will be felt by all of those that held you dear to their heart. May your family and friends find solice in knowing that God was putting together a bouquet and needed just 1 additional beautiful flower to complete his assembly, and he hand selected you. Matt, Deb and Marlene, you're in my thoughts and prayers.
Take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you.
Heartfelt sympathies to all of Ron's family, especially our dear friend Christina Marko: Sweetpea, you are so much stronger than you know, but that strength will never be overshadowed by the love you share from your heart, which you do in abundance. Even if the words were different, you have to know that your father loved you deeply, and so do we. We love you, Papi & Z
Ron your presence at the Guerrero gatherings will be deeply missed. Your jokes, your stories, and your laughter made for some unforgettable good times. My condolences to your family.
Ron - Just follow your first instinct and you'll find the path that your Grandpa layed down not so long ago - you'll be in good company again soon.
May you find comfort and peace in the memories you cherish. With heartfelt condolences to my dear friend Matthew and the rest of the Solano family.
To my son...I had you for 58 years, and now, you'll forever be in my broken heart! I shall miss the fun and laughter we shared over the good deals you always found at estate & yard sales! My grief is unbearable, but your many, many friends have rallied around with cards and e-mails to honor you, and that helps me bear my sorrow.You were the greatest son, brilliant, funny and generous, a light in the hearts of all who had a chance to know you. In all your cards to me, you signed, "Love Always." Now, through tears, I sign the same to you, "Love Always."
may this candle shine bright til we meet again up there,
to the family of Ron, he will be missed by all that knew him, Right now gramps and him and having a good old time up there watching us all....Ron I will miss you, til we meet again up there take care of mom and dad(gram n gramps) for all of us
I'm glad I had the chance to tell you I loved you, bro. I wish we could have continued the journey of fulfilling all the plans we had made.
I miss you greatly, but you're in a place now where you can finally find the peace and happiness you so deserve!
my heart goes ot to rons family for your loss.ron will be missed by lots that knew him.i was privliged to have learned to bartend from ron;he was the best.i will remember you;rip