Ron-BEATTY-Obituary

Ron BEATTY

Southlake, Texas

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Lily and Family,
I was sad to here of Ron's passing. Ron was a kind man who never made me feel out of place for the few years I helped Chris with the Day in the Park. he was fun to be around during these events and I truly loved his outlook on life. Know that my prayers are with you at this time.

I'm glad I was able to visit you when you were at John Muir Hospital at the Concord Campus. I recall that you were feeling better that day and that they were planning on letting you go home the next day ... you were a little shaky, but you gave me two great big hugs and I could tell that you were anxious to get back ho...me. I didn't have the pleasure of knowing you for a long time, but in the short time that our paths crossed you made a memorable impression on me, that I will hold dear to...

Dear Lilley and family,
We seemed so close in comparing our sweethearts affliction. Your and Ron's care and concern for Louie's health meant so much me.
I hope I can be of some strength for you as you now endure the loss of Ron.
May God Bless you all and comfort you with His loving Grace.
Ron will be greatly missed by many.
With Loving Condolences. Carol Chavez

Our thoughts are with the family and friends at this time.

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Ron's Obituary

Ron Beatty Resident of Brentwood Ronald Humphris Beatty was born February 10, 1932 in New Haven, CT, a graduated of Hamden High, in 1950, and Fairfield University in 1954. He attended graduate school at George Washington University from 1954 to 1957, and served in the U.S. Army...

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