Ronald-Joseph-Obituary

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Ronald Joseph

White Lake, Michigan

Sep 28, 1942 – Nov 3, 2011

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BORN
September 28, 1942
DIED
November 3, 2011
LOCATION
White Lake, Michigan

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Elton Black & Son Funeral Home Obituary

Ronald G. Joseph. Age 69 of White Lake passed away on November 3, 2011. Beloved husband of Marina for 42 years. Loving father of Donald (Tracy), Kris Garcia, James and Dawn (Scott) Caldwell-Gralinski. Proud grandfather of Aaron, Jacob, Brianna, Colton and Mandy. Ron was a lifetime member of the...

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RON COKE-A-COLA was the name I knew you by.I spent a many of hours at your home with my dad(Phillip Scott-R.I.P daddy)playing pinball,pool,swimming & learning to ride my 1st snowmobile. You was 1 of my dads best buddies its hard to believe your gone.YOU WILL BE MISSED..Love Jill Scott(Harden)

Ron gonna miss you,and your crazy sence of humor.Great Person.The Boyce family

Rina and kids: I was deeply saddened to hear about the passing of Ron. He was always a good friend, and lent me a hand whenever I needed it. All of you guys are great neighbors, and it was a blessing to know him. Much Love-call if I can help with anything. I am sorry I missed the service. I worked past the time of it.

I know no words can take away the pain but may the memories through the years and the laughter he provided us all help all of you through this difficult time. I know every memory I have of Ron brings a smile to my face - he certainly was one of a kind. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire Joseph Family at this time. Love you all! R.I.P. Ron - we know you have gone to a better life.

Papa-I love and miss you.

Pops, thank you for always treating me as your daughter! I am truly blessed to be a part of your family. I will miss your humor. You always made me smile. Thanks Pops, I love you. Tracy

Dad.Imma gonna miss u man......You'll always be my tough guy.

Ronnie, I've known you all my life and have a lot of memories of you. We grew up as next door neighbors on Collier Rd. You were always a part of our lives, and will be missed. After I married I moved south and didn't see a lot of you as we got older. The last time I saw you was at my Dad's funeral in 2000. You will be missed. Karen Cook Hoskins, Tennessee

Ron use to come to our house on Collier Road and hangout. What a fun guy he was, he will be sadly missed. Him and my dad use to make us all laugh. The Boyd girls-Dorothy, Kathy Ilene and Patti