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February 15, 2019

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February 12, 2019
The Landon at Lake Highlands will miss you. Queen we're so sorry, but happy he is with his Lord and Savior in no pain. What a blessing you we're to him! May God be with you all during this difficult time.
February 11, 2019
I am going to miss us watching the western, planning surprise birthday parties,trimming holiday parties.You have a place in heaven ushering, but please don't be in heaven screaming Queen ,Queen cause God might just kick you out. I remembered telling you this when I last saw you and you tried to smile so I knew you heard me. Love you my friend you will truly be missed, but never forgotten.
February 11, 2019
One of the sweetest persons in the world .You will truly be missed . Thanks for our talks and just being a ear . Glad to have met you and will keep you and family in my prayers .
February 10, 2019
I taught 9 years with Ron at Harry Stone Middle School. As we both lived in the same neighborhood, many times we carpooled. Ron loved History and was always imagining new ways to make it more interesting for his students. A few years ago Ron hosted a Thanksgiving lunch for the old Harry Stone "crew". We spent an afternoon remembering many humorous and wonderful stories. Occasionally as I still bumped into Ron around the area, he always had Harry Stone updated news. I will miss seeing him. Peace be with you, Ron.
Veronika Mancuso-Davis