“Dear Nancy, Tammy, Debbie, and Jan and families: I was so saddened to hear of Ron's passing. What a good man and neighbor he was! Always enjoyed the babysitting days of years gone by! God bless and comfort you all during this most difficult time.
“Ron,I pray the first face you see in heaven is that of Rodney. I will always miss you both.
“Dear Barb: My deepest sympathies to you and your families.
I lost contact when I moved away, He is in a far better place now, and he and Dave are leading the way in joke telling. My prayers are with you.
“Deepest sympathy to the family at this time and the days ahead.
~Karen (Stroup) Bielmaier
You were a good man, husband and father. Your going to be missed by all who knew you.
You were the lucky one this week the choosen Angel, the choosen veteran as you were escorted with honor and pride to our father In heaven. May you rest in peace Ron, and god bless you.
“Barb and family. so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
“Our family will always remember Ron for all his joking around and funny ways. He was always making someone laugh. We have many wonderful memories with your family and will always treasure them. Our deepest sympathy to all of the family at this time.
The Clarke family
“THANKS FOR SERVING
“Ron will always stay in my memories as the sweet funny man, whose face was the first one I met on my 1999 visit to South Dakota. Rest in Peace until we meet again.
Ronald "Ron" KingKEYSTONE | Ronald E. "Ron" King, 80, died Sunday Feb. 3, 2013, at the Fort Meade Veterans Affairs Medical Center.Ron was born Sept. 22, 1932, in Wells, MI, to Raymond and Georgene (Schomer) King. His siblings are Jeanne Allsworth (deceased), James King,...Read More