Ron Sanderson’s Celebration of Life

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Ron Sanderson

Ron Sanderson

On July 14th Ron Sanderson suddenly passed away. He impacted many lives over the course of his beautiful journey so we invite all to share in a celebration of his life. There will be a graveside service at the Sunrise Cemetery Wednesday the 20th at 2:00 followed by a potluck reception at the Rio Dell Baptist Church. Immediately following will be Celebration of Life for the evening at the Rio Dell Fireman’s Hall. Please bring your best memory of Ron. He meant the world to us and a great many others. Please help us to celebrate this amazing loving man.

UPDATE: Plans have changed. There will not be a reception at the church. We will be going directly to the fire hall from the graveside service. It is still a potluck and people are welcome to bring food if they would like.

 

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11 comments

  • oh I will miss this guy. Seems like I’ve known him forever. I can’t remember a time I didn’t know him or his family. A great guy that will be missed by many. Much love and prayers to the whole Sanderson clan!!

  • Didn’t know him, but that looks like a nice steelhead! Fish on brother.

  • My son was mia and i needed wipers put on my truck.Ron came out of dollar general, and bless his heart put them on.

  • Doris,we need more gentleman like that.a generation gone.prayers to the family.Ron,fish on!!

  • Ronald and I are cousins in several ways( it’s an Oklahoma thing) we worked together many times and their was never a written contract, a simple handshake and his word were worth more than any contract. Ronald was simply a GOOD MAN . God Bless cousin see you upstairs.

  • he was the best baseball coach i ever had..we worked at swap together..he was head sawyer..i was his swamper..together with him bucking the logs and me splitting the rounds with a maul..we outworked all the woodsplitters..when he shook your hand..and asked how your doing..he meant it..he was one of the most genuine human beings i ever knew..theres only 2 other people i can say that about..all always look up to u..and have they utmost respect for u..r.i.p

  • May he rest peacefully in the heavens. Much love to his family and friends. Hugs!

  • So very sorry to hear of your loss, prayers are going out to all of you at this time. Rest in peace Ron Sanderson…

  • He was like an uncle to me, he will be forever missed RIP Uncle Ron, now you and my mom and Marilyn can dance and sing together.

  • Brenda Thrasher Newland

    I’ve known the Sanderson family since I was 10. Such a great family. My thoughts and prayers go out to all of his family. RIP Ron.

  • wayne chittenden

    Ron was like a big brother to me and nurtured both Roger and I’s love for music from a young age. I can’t imagine a world without him in it. My heart goes out to the Sandersons and may the memories of Ron, be many and often ~

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