Ronnie Elliott
1948 - 2011
BORN
1948
DIED
2011
Ronnie Elliott
Portsmouth - Ronnie Elliott, 63, of the 1000 block of Cherokee Road. Passed away October 29, 2011. He was born June 19, 1948 in Norfolk County, VA. He was predeceased by his parents, Mamie Elliott Davis and Winfred Davis and brother Harry Elliott
He retired from Norfolk Naval Shipyard and United States Marines as a Sgt.
He graduated from Crestwood High School, Chesapeake, VA in 1966. National Defense Service medal, Vietnam service medal, Republic of Vietnam campaign medal, Air Force meritorious service medal.
He is survived by a daughter, Melissa (Missy) Elliott, sisters, Inez Moore, Willie Mae (Wilbert) Hatton, Jacqueline Elliott, Sandra (Edward) Cross, Cheryl Davis-Elliott , Rudyette (Lemuel) White, Victoria(Danny) Steward, Brenda(James) Harris, brothers, Winfred Lee(Annie)Elliott, and Timothy Davis and wife Rhonda Davis a special sister-in-law . Aunts Emma Mitchell and Lucille Elliott. Adopted sister, Evan White, best friend Tyrone Trotter and a host of other relatives and friends.
Funeral was held 11AM, Thursday, at Metropolitan Funeral Service, Portsmouth-Chapel. Condolences offered at www.metropolitanfuneralservice.com



Published by The Virginian-Pilot on Nov. 4, 2011.
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God Bless Mr. Elliott and R.I.P. He was a patron that I had the pleasure of meeting each morning when I worked at Portsmouth Naval Hospital Gym. He was focused when he came to work out. His workout partner Mr. B will forever remain as my motivation to keep striving as long as I live. Emanuel Solomon U.S. Navy (Ret)...Atlanta GA
April 12, 2016
Gone but not forgotten....may Ronnie rest in peace.
Rhonda
March 12, 2014
REST IN PEACE
December 3, 2011
Mr. Elliott was my inspiration and friend. We exercised daily at the Callahan fitness center in Portsmouth. For 3 years we tackled the treadmills and overcame our personal blockades and barriers. He could walk hours on the steepest incline. I thank God our paths crossed, I'm better for it, even though our conversations were of a few words..oh, but their impact is still felt. All souls belong to God.

Rev. Reva Holt
December 1, 2011
My deepest condolescence to the Elliott family. It was a pleasure servicing with Ronnie in the Air Force Reserves. He will truly be missed by all. God bless and may peace be with you all.
Donnie Welch
November 8, 2011
We shall miss Ronnie - have known him for several years through our VAMC Hampton. I pray for the family during your time of loss.
Terry Bohlinger
November 7, 2011
Ronnie claimed this fate a while ago and said he would be ready when this day came. He will be missed.
Sheilda Perez
November 5, 2011
To the Elliott Family,
My prayers are with you in your time of sorrow. I met Sgt Elliott as I was coming into the 71st APS Squadron at Langley Air Force Base.
Carol Williams
November 4, 2011
I knew Ronnie while we was in the service. He was the reason I came to Portsmouth after our tour of duty in Vietnam. We were station at the shipyard together. It was during this this time I met and married by future wife.I have been trying for more than 40 years to find him to talk of "old times". I am so sorry, I didn't get the chance.
With heartfelt sympathy to his family, I shall always remember him as a good friend.
Semper Fi
Ronald Nelson
November 4, 2011
Ronnie was the best. Ronnie always kept you laughing. Our family enjoyed the visits by Ronnie and his family. Sorry about the loss of a nice man and Veteran that loved and served our country.
Marilyn Thomas-Wahl
November 4, 2011
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