Ronald Paul Crissman

Walnut Creek, California

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Hi Pop,
They are going to be taking down your page in a few days, so I just wanted to post once more before they do. I think about you all the time. I miss you so much it hurts. I hope you are okay. I could not have asked for a better father. Love and miss you.

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It's been really hard lately not having you around. I know how much you enjoyed Christmas, watching the kids open there never ending supply of gifts from you and mom. The holidays will never be the same. You were my best friend and I could not have wished for a better father. I still find myself picking up the phone to call you about something, and then I remember you wont be answering anymore. I love and miss you more then words can describe.


Hi Pop,
I still can't believe your gone. We had your service last Saturday, it was beautiful. I bet you did not expect the Marines Corp. Honor Guard to be there. I really miss your daily phone calls and your little to do lists. Until we meet again, I love you pop.
Your daughter Carol.


Ronald's Obituary

Ronald Paul Crissman Sept 5, 1934-Mar 6, 2013Resident of ConcordRonald Paul Crissman "Ron" passed away on March 6, 2013 at home with his family by his side. Ron was born in East Brady, PA to Cecil and Hester (Markel) Crissman. At 18 he joined the U.S. Marine Corp. and was stationed in...

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