Condolence: No words, no matter how tender‚ can touch what you’re feeling inside. No one can soften the sorrow deep down where your heartaches reside. Still, we are thinking about you and hoping it helps in some way simply to know that we care about you and share in your sadness today.
Condolence: Our sincere condolences, I had the opportunity to work with Ronnie only a couple times but greatly respected his focus on getting the job done right, and his devotion to the task at hand. Our prayers, and rest in peace.
Condolence: Jerry & Family,
I am sorry to hear about the loss of your Father. I know this is a difficult time for you all. I will be in much prayer for you and your family over the next several days. If there is anything at all that I can do for you all, please don't hesitate to call on me. I pray that God will give you comfort that only He can give during this time. My love and prayers are for you all.
Condolence: My family and I are so sorry for your loss. I had the opportunity of working with Ronnie on many projects during my years with AFG and then at the Cardinal Durant facility. I would have to say that Ronnie was well respected on the job site and that I looked forward to working with him when projects were being developed.
My family and I got to know Ronnie on a personal level while the Cardinal Durant plant was being built when he rented a house from us on our property. One of the many things that sticks in our minds was on the hot summer days he would bring home with him some blocks of ice to put in our daughters wadding pool to cool the water down, and we would all sit around and talk and watch her float around on top of the ice blocks.
Ronnie will be deeply missed. Sincerely Brad, Wendy and Addison.
Condolence: So very sorry for your loss. Ronnie was a good man. I worked for TECO alongside with Ronnie for many years on building glass plants and furnaces. He always knew what needed to be done and how to do it. Very truly sorry.