Thoughts and prayers to the Rea family. I knew Ron from" Backdraft" What a funny,kind and warm man he was. Have thought of him often over the years. So sorry to have lost touch. I will remember him fondly. Rest In Peace Ron
We send our prayers and condolences to you and your family. May peace be with you.
Jay and Terry
Dear Sandra, Dennis, Donna and Other Family Members, My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. May God grant you comfort, peace and strength!
Dear Sandra, Donna and Dennis. My sincere sympathies to you during the loss of your dear brother. I so remember what a nice guy he was. The entries and messages in the guest book are a tribute to what a wonderful person he was. May he rest in peace. I am so very sorry for your loss. Sincerely Linda DiPerna Sassone
Ronnie, all that knew you or had our lives touched by you in some way are all the better for it. I know I am. God bless and keep you Ronnie.
My condolences to Judy and the Rea family. Ronnie,Noel and I worked the festivals in Purling and Hunter Mt. together my moons ago when I was on Hudson PD. Couldn't ask for a nicer person. RIP Ronnie!!!!!!!!!!
I'm so very sorry to hear about Ronnie's passing. I remember him as a very fun-loving person. (I knew him from High School) My prayers and sympathy go out to the Rea family.
I cannot tell you how sad I was to hear this terrible news. Ron was a very special person to me and my family. He was a very loving, caring person who was always there when we needed him. His sense of humor carried me through many hard times in my life. My children, Christina, Paula and Tim including myself will always have a special place in our hearts for Ron. My deepest sympathy to his family and friends.
To the family, May you find peace in knowing how many lives Ronnie touched. My sympathies are with you and I'm sorry for your loss.
Ronnie and I used to run around together. Well, actually , I ran, and as Chief, He'd usually catch me! Thanks for always letting me go with a warning, and good advice... sure was fun!!
I have many great memories of Ron and they will help me through the sadness of his passing. To Judy and the family I am so sorry for your loss. I can only imagine how he touched your lives with his compassion and music. He is at peace.
To the Rea Family, Judy & Family
You are in our thoughts and prayers. Ronnie was not only a friend, but he was family too me! I will always remember all the good time we had when I worked with him during his Browns Crossing days. I too grew up in Coxsackie when Ronnie was Chief of Police there, we had many talks about my career path and Ronnie was very instrumental in helping my make my decision to become a Police Officer in Athens, and then later on becoming a Chief of Police myself in Philmont NY.
R.I.P. Ronnie, I love you and will miss you greatly!
Chief of Police (ret.)
Oh Judy, (and family) so sorry for your loss...keep all the good times in the fore front of your thoughts. Ronnie had such a great energy I'm sure he's in a better place and will be watching over you. Mary-Jo Smith
To the Rea family,
Our condolences on your loss. Used to love to go to the Coxsackie festivals to hear his bands. You are all in our thoughts & Prayers.
My deepest sympaties to the families of Ronnie, I remembered him when I was younger and loved the way he used to direct traffic in his humorous ways... He will be missed by everyone around him... God bless!
Great memories as an officer while we were growing up and playing at our wedding in 1983 with Browns Crossing. He made the whole reception. We are so sorry for your loss, our prays and best wishes for his family.
To Sandra, Donna and Dennis and the rest of the family. I'm very sorry for your loss. When I think of Ronnie, it brings back memories of his family and how great they treated me. The fun we used to have and Ron's car Sweet Pea. He will be missed. Al Seaman
Dear Judy & family, Keeping you in my thoughts & prayers at this most difficult time. Carla A-V
My deepest sympathy to the Rea family and to Ronnie's partner and her family.
Godspeed Ronnie Rea. Debbie Longthon Zetterlund, CA Class of '67
I was the drummer for the Spirits of Sound. We had some great times. I always remember the time the band skipped school on a Friday to play in Burlington, VT. Ronnie was a fun loving person. I like to refer to people like Ronnie as one of the good guys. With fond memories my prayers are with Ronnie and his family.
To the Rea family
my thoughts and prays are with your entire family. I have know Ron for over 25 years through the VA Medical Center as a patient. He was one of a kind and will be greatly missed.
Many fond memories from the past. After many years of not seeing you I run into you in my new town. How wonderful it was to see you again. I will miss you. Rest well.
My sincere sympathy to all Ronnie's family and close friends.
I am so sorry to hear of Ronnie's passing. I went to school with Ronnie and have great memories of many happy times there, he was so positive and funny. My condolences to his family and friends. RIP.
Dear Judy, Shannon and Chris,
My thoughts are with you during this hard time.
It is a sad time when the world loses a great person like Ronnie. I grew up in coxsackie a few houses up from the old police station and was a teenager when he was chief of police. He was very active in the community and changed many young lives. May he rest in peace..
Judy, My condolences to you, Shannon, Chris, your grandchildren and Ronnie's family. words alone can't take away the pain & grief you must be feeling, but know that I am thinking of you.
To Ronnie'a family so sorry for your loss. Ronnie always came in Vischer Ferry Stewart's and will be missed.
Sandra, Donna, Dennis and the entire Rea family. Please know Ronnie is in my thoughts and prayers. He will be missed by many.
I forgot to sign my name on the one I just summitted Carole Kennedy
To the family and dear friends of Ronnie. I am so sorry for the loss of such a fabulous person, who touchedso many hearts through his music and personality. It was great to know him and his family as we grew up in the same town.
Donna, Dennis and Sandra,
Please accept my sincere condolences. I remember Ronnie as a fun loving, good person and know he will be missed by many.
To the Rea family,
So sorry to hear of your loss. He was a very nice person and very helpful.
I remembered the band that he was in during High School.
You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Judee (Daoust) Synakowski
My condolences to judy and family..Ronnie was a great, funny man who surely will be missed. I have fond memories of ronnie in our years working together at the club...Everyone loved ronnie!!
Judy and family, words can not soothe your sadness right now over the loss of Ronnie. But please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you.
So sorry to hear of the passing of "Ronnie Radar". Knew him for many years as he was growing up in Coxsackie.
I remember when he played in the band Brown's Crossing. His Sister Sandy and I are good friends, grew up together. My heartfelt Condolences to the family. God Bless all of you and now Ronnie is at peace with the Lord.
My heartfelt condolences to Ron's family. I'll always remember Ronnie for his kind heart and sense of humor.
He was a neat uncle, I'm glad to have had him in my childhood memories~Love you Ronnie~Kim
ronny was one of the nicest people I have ever met. we started the band Backdraft together years ago. we had a running joke that we were twins. the funny part was that he was 6'7" and I was 5' 7". I loved him as a brother. He always had a great sense of humor and loved to entertain the crowd. I 've thought about him alot even though we had great distances between us. R.I.P my friend. Glen Peterson
I remember seeing Ronnie for years working the door at Northern Lights. For such a big guy he was a total teddy bear. He will be missed.
I grew up knowing him. My mother was the bass player in Brown's Crossing Band. I loved seeing him every week for band practice. He did a lot of silly things to make me and my sister laugh. *sigh....my deepest condolences to his entire family.
My condolences to the family on Ron's passing. Entertaining, energetic and personable are just three of the many words to describe him. God bless you. You'll be missed.
Our heartfelt condolences to Judy, Shannon, Chris and Ronnie's family on the passing of a great guy. Please know that our thoughts are with you during this sad & most difficult time for those who were an important part of Ronnie's life.
I was a young teenager when I first listened to Ronnie playing in his band behind the Coxsackie Post Office. I still remember how good they sound. And remembering him as a policeman for Coxsackie I thought he was the coolest young cop the town had then. He was also a fine policeman and knew most of the young kids personally in the town. Ronnie must have been a fine family man cause he was just a fine person by nature. Our condolences to his family and friends. May he rest at peace and my you all have Gods comforting arms embrace you.
I think of Ron freqeuntly and remember "back in the day" when he played keyboard and sang with us in band the Velvet Fog. What a great friend and a terrific guy. I still listen to tapes of our band and think of him. I will miss him.
Sorry to hear of his passing,our thoughts and prayer go out to his family,His Band played at our wedding in 1972..i was also a police officer when Ronnie was chief of police..John(Jack)and Susan Davis..
Ronnie was a good man and friend he will be missed RIP Ronnie
Learned from Ronny, always say I love you when you have the chance
Such fond memories of a great man! To his family, I'm sorry for your loss Renée Coutu Bunyar