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  • 58 years old
  • Born on April 24, 1954 .
  • Passed away on August 17, 2012 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Ronny Clark 58 years old , born on April 24, 1954 and passed away on August 17, 2012. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Sharon Clark on 9th February 2016
Late in the evening, I always asked him to tell me a story of the day & he had some whoppers; oddly enough they were mostly true, His home town was so true to form to "The Andy Griffith Show". Somehow we spent very interesting years there.Starting the day @ The Drug Store, then escaping to the middle of the boondocks.To me it seemed a fairy tale @ times; but sadly as Paul Harvey said & Now For The Rest Of The Story....All the best reserved in honour of a man so caring,giving compassionate mere words seem without merit.Jamie,Jess & all his priceless grandaughter's are filled with his love of laughter=joy.. Thank You For Music Everlasting
Posted by Nick Loeffler on 2nd May 2013
Ron the world will miss you! While I have not spoken to you in 15 years, memories still flash up from time to time. And they are always good memories and we were always smiling! You took care of us and I know someone will take care of you forever. Shine on!
Posted by Jamie Jones on 25th August 2012
Ronnie was like a big brother to me when I was a child. I was such a little pest but he would never be cross with me. I have pictures of us together when I was about 7 with a grand snowman he helped build. He was a wonderful human being who always had a kind word. My prayers for Jess, and Jaime and families.
Posted by Yvonne Springfield on 24th August 2012
I had the privilege and pleasure of knowing Ron because of my beautiful daughter-in-law, Jessica. We were together at the wedding and along with Sharon, the births of Ella and Abbi. He was a gentle soul and a kind and loving "Sweetie Pie" Grandpa who has left many wonderful memories to his girls and will be missed so much!
Posted by Max Thornton on 24th August 2012
Ron was probably the nicest man I've ever met. I had the pleasure of working with him for three years and am a much better person for the time we shared. He never failed to do the right thing, always put everyone else before himself and yet you got the feeling that he enjoyed every moment of his life. The world is a better place for the life he lived and he will be missed....
Posted by James Martin on 23rd August 2012
Oh Mr. Ron Clark. You were always a diamond to everyone you met. Life can sometimes be difficult but it was always a priority for you to impact our lives in such meaningful ways. The people you met and influenced will live eternal in our hearts. Happy trails my friend and may your soul fly as beautifully as you lived.
Posted by Jennifer Kilgore on 23rd August 2012
Ron you were and always will be the sunshine on my shoulders! You were a great man and friend! You always seemed to put a smile on everyone's face no matter what the situation. We all can learn from you! I miss and love you!
Posted by Brad Levine on 23rd August 2012
I will always cherish my friendship with Ron. He always had a smile on his face and a great story to tell. Since my father passed away about 6 years ago, every time I got to see Ron he would always ask how my family was doing, and had words of wisdom that made that loss much easier for me.
Posted by Chris Cessna on 23rd August 2012
Ron always talked about surrounding himself with positive energy in order to live a good life. I will always feel this energy and recognize it as "Ronnie Diamond" still looking over all of his friends and loved ones, keeping them safe and forever giving of himself to make this world a better place to live. I will miss you every day of my life.
Posted by Colette Muhr on 23rd August 2012
Oh Ron. Thank you for the time I got to share with you. I will miss the way you always made us laugh and the stories you shared. The world would be a better place if everyone was as selfless as you. I love you more than words can say. I will never forget you. I only have one more thing to say to you "Ron, pick a lane!"
Posted by Heather Wiese-atlexander on 23rd August 2012
So thankful for you, Ron. Your spirit and legacy live on in your children and grandchildren who loved you and learned from you. Although you will be missed, you will be carried in the hearts of your family, remembering the love and lessons you taught them.
Posted by Jessica Springfield on 23rd August 2012
May we each live life as you would have encouraged us to do. You may be gone from our physical world but your spirit is alive and well in each of us. Because of you I am a better everything. I love you.

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