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Condolences for Ronnie Lee Monroe


Ethel, I was saddened to hear from my sister Sharol that Ronnie had passed. I didn't know Ronnie well but on the occasions that we visited I was taken by his gentle demeanor and welcoming smile. I'm the youngest of the Twins Dennis Eric Halverson
From Ethyl and Family

Ethel and Family, I was shocked when Linda informed me that she had found Ron's obituary on her I-pad last week. Our sincere condolences for your loss. I consider it a pleasure to have known Ron for nearly fifty years. I liked what you put in the obituary - he was a quiet and strong man. That was the Ron I knew. As you likely know we are snow-birding again this year will not be able to attend his memorial service. Wishing you God's blessing and support as you go through this difficult time. I always remember what the Gages said when they lost their son - it's just that much more they have invested in Heaven and it is the same for you now.
From Bob and Linda Kay

Ethel, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. J&E
From Jack & Ethel Sobotta

Ethel - thinking of you and your family during this difficult time. My prayers and love to you always!
From Cheryl Mooney

It is with sadness that we learned that Ron has passed, but we are thankful too as he rests in heavenly peace praising our Lord and Savior. So too we remember that where Ethel was so was Ron. He even accompanied you to quilt shows. That is a true sign of love, kindness, and patience. These are true virtues we can learn from his example. Our sympathy, Lee and Yvonne
From Lee and Yvonne Cade

Ethel, I am so sorry to hear about Ronnie's passing. He was such a kind, sweet man, and I know you will miss him terribly. Thinking of you, and sending prayers for peace and comfort your way.
From Peggy Eggert