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March 28, 2020

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March 23, 2020
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of a GREAT MAN. Ronnie was a very kind, generous, hard working man who cared deeply for others. My father worked for him for many years. He was a dear friend to him and our family. We are so thankful and blessed to have known him and Jane.

Our thoughts are with Jane and his family at this difficult time.
Love, Bob Bertram and family
March 21, 2020
Sent 3/17/2020 upon learning my partner and friend had returned home. Thank you for touching my life and always being a beacon of sound reasoning.

Ralph Isenberg

To All,

My relationship with Ronnie began almost a decade before I met Norman Brinker. Ronnie made it known the first time I met him that he was a different kind of businessman. Over the years, I have never seen Ronnie waiver from his core beliefs. Ronnie always put others before him. Ronnie was also the eternal peace maker. I am reminded of the time Ronnie came to a partner meeting with a cashiers check for one million dollars in an attempt to bring peace to the partnership. Even after my demise at OCT, Ronnie never treated me any differently. Being partners had evolved into a sincere friendship.

Ronnie was very proud of OCT. Several year ago Ronnie had a short documentary made about his life. OCT was an important part of his life work. I hope the family will share the film with us.

In conclusion, I am a better person because I knew Ronnie Malone. Each of us have fond memories of our partner. I hope that the first order of business is to gather and recall those memories with each other. I pray each of us will dedicate ourselves to the beliefs Ronnie held dear as we potentially wrap up the affairs of OCT.

I will miss my partner and friend. I know Ronnie has the wind at his back. Rest In Peace. From Hamlet; The rest is silence.
March 21, 2020
I am so saddened to hear this news. This is such a loss to the family. I had the pleasure of working with him for a couple of years and thoroughly liked and respected him. He was a very kind man and totally dedicated to his family. He will be missed. My best wishes and thoughts are with the family during this very sad time.
Marie Jones
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