Ronald -Cross-Obituary

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Ronald Anthony Cross

Durant, Iowa

Sep 7, 1965 – Oct 31, 2017 (Age 52)


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Ronald Anthony Cross, 52, of Moscow, IA, passed away Tuesday, October 31, 2017, at Trinity Hospital in Muscatine, IA.


Ronald was born in Grants, NM on September 7, 1965, to Dale and Louise (Sheldon) Cross.


Ron graduated from Muscatine High School in 1983. He...

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I'll be seing my friend.

Forever in our hearts. I know Macy and Duke will welcome you with love and kisses into Gods heaven

You will live on in our hearts.

I'm so sorry to hear of Ron's passing, my husband, Scott and I have many good memories of working with Ron for several years @ HWH. He will be deeply missed.

Today as I get ready to go and say good bye to my dear friend. I still don't believe it. Words fail me. Ron you will be remembered. The gentle hands that started many puppies will be your legacy. Love and God speed my friend.
May the shamrocks fall softly and the sounds of bagpipes play softly.
Forever in our hearts,
Diana Lee Behrend

I am so sorry to hear of Rons passing. He was a very kind man and I enjoyed saying hello to him. He will be dearly missed.


There are no words that I can express .. my deepest condolences. I knew Ron through the Gordon setter he sent beautiful Mary. A wonderful gundog and a top level performance dog. Ron, you will be missed.

Ron will be missed by his Grouse Camp friends, he was a joy to visit with at our table as well as hunt with. I have known him for years, first thru showing our Gordons, then later we would share pedigrees and talk dog for a long time, he was a wealth of information, and one of the nicest, most kind hearted fellow one could ask for in a dear friend. He will be sorely missed. My heartfelt prayers to his family.

The conversations, the reality checks. My time at HWH was made complete by Ron Cross. His quiet compassion was
contagious, the friendly stance through all things was an antidote. An example to live by, putting one foot in front of the other with a smile.