Ronnie R. Esparza
1962 - 2020
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Ronnie R. Esparza
October 13, 1962 - April 5, 2020
Passed away on Palm Sunday. It is a year today you passed in our home us holding hands together with your beloved daughter Veronica whom you loved and cherished.
You were so special the Lord took you on the most blessed day of the year Palm Sunday and we couldn't have asked for anything more than this.
I could not be selfish and ask you to stay and let Cancer win, you beat Cancer and won cause now you have eternal life with your Lord.
I miss you, Love you, as we always said "Forever and Ever" you will always have my heart. I will continue to say goodnight with kisses as we always did at bedtime.
You be so proud of your daughter Veronica she is beautiful, strong, ambitious, she will continue to make you proud, her Dominique are doing well and continue to be strong. Ava (7) 1st grade very strong will, intelligent and beautiful she muses you so much and wants to see you one more time. Eva ( 1/2) she is spunky, beautiful, stubborn and resembles. We all miss you. Your father is well and continues to be strong and misses you so much.
You were and have always been our MVP we made sure you knew that you didn't need any medals or trophies to know that.
Once again, Thanks to City of Kyle and staff, Cameron Road Church of Christ, High Road Community Church, First Baptist Church Nowata, Ok, Texas Home Health Hospice, Heart of Texas Cremation & Burial Service, Dr. Mathew Meeneghan Oncologist and staff, Dr. Peter Ching Surgeon and staff.
Thanks to all your friends and family who prayed for you.
"Rest In Peace Babe"
"Death is not the end of life; it is only the gateway to eternity." Billy Graham

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Published in Austin American-Statesman from Apr. 4 to Apr. 6, 2021.
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April 7, 2021
We think about and miss him everyday, but he's always in our hearts. Continued prayers for you and all the family.
April 6, 2021
Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always. We all miss you so, so ,SO much Tio, continue to watch over all of us through these trying tiempo's along with the rest of our loved ones we've lost over the years and most recently. We will keep fighting the good fight every moment here on the ground, as you continue to soar high up above and watch & bless us as we keep the faith
John M. De Leon I
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