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July 16, 2018

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July 11, 2017
May the family and friends draw comfort and strength from God at this difficult time. Psalms 29:11. JJ. Atlanta, GA.
July 11, 2017
Dear Michelle, Annie and Tim,
We are so sad to hear of Ron's death. He has the reputation of being a real gentleman. He always asked how others are doing and showed a real interest in others. He set a good example in caring for his family and in serving God. He had a great smile and loved life. It will be a real joy to see him again without his physical problems SOON! May Jehovah comfort you. So sorry we couldn't be there.
Much love, Joyce and Mike Brown (Italy)
July 8, 2017
Michelle,Karen and family. Alina Katzenmaier sent me a message this morning about Ronnie. I am so very sad about this.crying as I type. We have a lot of old memories to cling to. I will stop by the church tomorrow. Love you guys!
July 8, 2017
One of my favorite people during my career. He was always smiling, treated everyone with respect and thus was highly respected himself. RIP Chief!