ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Ronny Gallardo Jr. 17 years old , born on July 5, 1993 and passed away on March 10, 2011. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Lynn Toups on March 10, 2020
Never forgotten, always loved and missed. Hugs ❣️
Posted by Rebecca Davis on March 10, 2020
♥️
Posted by Rebecca Davis on July 6, 2019
Happy Birthday, Ronnie! Brittany misses you so much. I didn't know you personally, but I will always do my best to remember you.
Posted by Drew Patrum on March 11, 2019
I miss you more then anything buddy. I wish you was still around.
Posted by Lynn Toups on March 11, 2019
Miss you dearly sweetie!
Posted by Rebecca Davis on March 10, 2019
Happy Heavenly Birthday!
Posted by Lynn Toups on July 5, 2018
Happy Birthday sweetie. We miss you dearly everyday and love you always!!
Posted by Rebecca Davis on July 5, 2018
Happy Heavenly Birthday, Ronnie!
Posted by Rebecca Davis on March 10, 2018
You really are "FOREVER MISSED", Ronnie.
Posted by Rebecca Davis on July 5, 2017
Happy Birthday, Ronnie!
Posted by Rebecca Davis on March 10, 2017
You are still missed, Ronnie. <3
Posted by Rebecca Davis on March 10, 2016
Loved and missed
Posted by Rebecca Davis on July 5, 2015
Happy Birthday, Ronnie!
Posted by Rebecca Davis on July 5, 2014
Happy Birthday, Ronnie...hugs to Heaven...
Posted by Rebecca Davis on July 5, 2012
Happy Birthday, Ronnie...I didn't know you personally but my grandkids did. {Brittany, Austin, and Haley Easterling} They loved you and they miss you. RIP

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Recent Tributes
Posted by Lynn Toups on March 10, 2020
Never forgotten, always loved and missed. Hugs ❣️
Posted by Rebecca Davis on March 10, 2020
♥️
Posted by Rebecca Davis on July 6, 2019
Happy Birthday, Ronnie! Brittany misses you so much. I didn't know you personally, but I will always do my best to remember you.
Recent stories

The First Good Memory

Shared by Brittany Easterling on August 22, 2011

Alright, so I figured maybe I'll share a story. I've had a plentiful amount of good memories with Ronny. :) He was everything in a nutshell, and someone special to many of the students at Cane Bay. A best friend, a great listener, and a guy to go to when you really needed advice even. I remember so much about him, and sometimes it feels like he never even left. Every day is like another day I have to go through knowing I'll never see his deep blue eyes or his goofy smile again. I'd give any thing to bring back March 6, 2011 that Sunday at 6 before he left just to know I could've said good bye or change things of the past. I still regret not uttering those words before he departed from my home.

On a lighter note, I'm going to share a story now. I'm backing up to a time when all I knew for 2 weeks was darkness and self-containment inside my own mind. I thought there was nothing that could make myself happy any more and I was nearly on the brink of giving up. Then I got a text from my best friend in the whole wide world, Jamie. :) She offered to take me to get my nails done and help me forget about everything that had happend in the course of those weeks I was depressed. So after bringing back everything back to a certain guy's house, I was planning on seeing her shortly after I arrived. But behold to me, in surprise, there was a bike in my front yard. Fast as lightning, Ronny was over. I recognized his green mountain bike from any where.

When I walked inside, he immideately rushed over to me and asked me if I was okay over and over again. I didn't really think what to say to him at the time, for my heart was still clouded and numb. But summoning up the energy, I smiled and told him I was fine. We hung out at the house until Jamie showed up later that day. We walked around for a little while, talking and laughing, forgetting that I ever had a care in the world about that guy. It was the best day I could ever have. We first took a trip to Subway, Jamie's treat, and had lunch there. I remember Ronny's sandwhich was so loaded with pepper, you could hold your breath and still sneeze! :D We each got our sandwhich, and I think Jamie was still in here plant eating phase, and sat down at small table. Ronny had to pull up a chair just to sit beside us! (If you look at the slide show, the lovely picture Mrs. Lynn posted of Ronny with the kissy face is the Subway we sat at that I'm currently mentioning in this story.) I had gotten a new phone for Christmas 2 days ago and took a picture of Ronny being himself. I don't think Jamie wanted me to take a picture of her!

It was fun to think I spent the whole day with my two besties in the world, my undeniable duo, the Peanut Gallery. Jamie and I got our nails done after we spent time at Subway and Ronny sat there with my phone texting Raquel, another friend of ours. It was funny when he'd just smile at me knowing what he was up to and what he was probably saying to her. I gave him the stank eye probably most of the time the nice chinese lady (I think) did my nails. We sent signals to each other, and he could tell I wanted my phone back. When that was all said and done, we went back to Jamie's house for I was staying the night with her. We all walked together, and I told them about how I didn't have a date for prom any more. And that's when Ronny told me...

"I'll take you to prom even if you're in your pjs!" (Remember that, Jamie?)

I held him up to that. It was the best day I had with him and Jamie. I keep remembering like it was just yesterday I had a day with him like that. There were so many more, but I liked the fact that him and Jamie were able to make everything feel so much more better. I love them both dearly, and I'm happy I still have Jamie. Ronny may be gone, but never forgotten. I'll have my prom with him in Heaven one day soon, and I love him with every fiber of my being. I wish I could've told him how I loved him in the end, yet I know God is keeping him safe in His arms. I'll post another story soon. This will do for now. I love you Ronny. May every step we took that day bring me a little closer to you in that Great Big Sky. I'll meet you at the Golden Gates of Heaven where I know you'll be waiting.

 

Shared by Lynn Toups on August 20, 2011

 This is dedicated to his loving memory please post the pictures, stories and memories in memory of the celebration of his life and family and friends. In honor of his loved ones and those who loved him so we might find comfort in each other.

Shared by Lynn Toups on August 20, 2011

 Snapper was born July 5, 1993, in Charleston, SC. He was a Junior Firefighter and an “A” honor roll student at Cane Bay.