Ronnie-Finuf-Obituary

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Ronnie W. Finuf

Idaho Falls, Idaho

Dec 19, 1954 – Oct 1, 2017 (Age 62)

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Ronnie Wayne Finuf, 62, of Idaho Falls passed away on Sunday October 1st, 2017 at the home he shared with his father. Ronnie was under the care of One Source Home Health and Hospice. Ronnie was Born December 19th 1954 to Dwight and Troy Marie Finuf, he was the youngest of two boys.Ronnie grew up...

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This candle is being lit on behalf of the *BUENA HIGH SCHOOL* Class of 1973 Alumni.
We're having our 45th Class Reunion Sept. 22, 2018 in Ventura, California. And would have loved to have had him there. We will definitely Celebrate the Blessing of having had known him and the many memories we all will have of him. This deeply saddens me.
May YOU always *Rest in Peace* Ronnie.
BUENA HIGH Class of 1973
'Ventura, California


RIP Ronnie.

I would like to send my Prayers out to the Family of Ronnie. I just ran across this article about him. I went to school with him at Buena High School the Class of 1973 in Ventura, CA. We are having our 45th Class Reunion on Sept 22, 2018, and trying to locate all the Classmates that we can. I am so sad to hear of his passing. We WILL Celebrate his life and Fond Memories we all have of him at the Reunion. All of our Love and Blessings to the Family.
Sincerely,
Jeri Gavette (Rhodes)...

Those we have held in our arms for should a little while, we will hold in our hearts forever.

Ron and I met back in the late 70's when he played in a band in Battle Creek, MI. I ended up joining the band a few years later and became good friends with him. Although we drifted a part when he moved out to Iowa, we still keep in touch on the phone. Ron was a good hearted man and enjoyed his family and friends.
Thoughts and prayers to his dad, family and friends.

Ron, we have now known each other 30 years. Some times our lives drifted their own way but, we still remained friends and eventually meet up again.
I remember when you lived in Thornton and I would come up everyday and take care of your goofy black lab. I would let him in to eat and socialize and he would first race around the house and knock everything over including me! Then I would clean everything up and do it all over again and again.
I came up with health problems and no...

To the family, I am sorry to hear the news about your loss. May the God who "binds up the brokenhearted" and "comforts all who mourn" sustain your family during this challenging time. Isaiah 61:1,2 *

Love you Dad!