From Genelle ...

I grew up the only girl with two brothers. Ronny, my younger brother and I loved each other dearly and my memories of him are so precious.

He grew into a handsome man, intelligent, with a winning personality, a wonderful sense of humor and a caring heart! Ronny had a way with people that endeared him to everyone who knew him. He could always make me smile.

He spent some time in the Navy, and later began a long career as a policeman. He and his sweet wife, Diana, had two children together, and later, grandchildren and a houseful of dogs.

Ronny was a Christian so I know he's alive, not only in my heart, but he's alive and well in heaven! He went home to be with the Lord on May 27th, 2005. He is not gone, only absent from our presence because he is now more alive and well than ever and in the presence of God, our Heavenly Father. He is (not was) a shining light in this world and left a legacy of love that will remain in our hearrts forever.

He is missed so very much and our hearts are heavy with sorrow, but we know he is in a better place. It is we who remain here for a time who feel the loss. Ronny awaits us to meet him there someday where we will all be together for eternity. I'm so proud he's my brother!

I have another very special page in mind to make on this site and on 'Genelle's Christian Music Home' to celebrate Ronny's life. I think it's time. A special thanks goes to Marjorie for the poem she was nspired to share with me and dedicated it now to Ronny's memory. I shared some cherished memories with her during the times of greiving, missing him so much.

This poem is dedicated to the memory of my beloved brother, Ronny. I miss him so much!

The eternal life that the Lord died for, is ours!

Ours at the moment He saves our souls!

We are eternal, never again to fear separation

Forever bonded with those who believe in our Lord Jesus.

The distance that death seems to bring closes.

Instantly we are one in the Lord Jesus

United in faith whether here or there

His chosen people, God's children

Those paused in the waiting room of Heaven,

And we here who are heading upward

On the straight and narrow way.

Together in spirit - loved ones safely Home now ...

They are resting, rejoicing, singing praises

Waiting for our final bow to earth.

And to all its challenges and turmoil

They are waiting for us to join them.

Praise the Lord for His Goodness and Mercy

For His ever present help in danger

For His love and the security it gives us

For the resting place for our loved ones.

We will see them again; God shall reign in Glory.

Our Lord will greet us there to hold us.

A great reunion will be held anon

We shall sing the Old, Old Story and a new song.

 

In memory of Ronny, Genelle's beloved brother,

copyright Marjorie Castleberry 2004

From Genelle ...

I grew up the only girl with two brothers. Ronny, my younger brother and I loved each other dearly and my memories of him are so precious.

He grew into a handsome man, intelligent, with a winning personality, a wonderful sense of humor and a caring heart! Ronny had a way with people that endeared him to everyone who knew him. He could always make me smile.

He spent some time in the Navy, and later began a long career as a policeman. He and his sweet wife, Diana, had two children together, and later, grandchildren and a houseful of dogs.

Ronny was a Christian so I know he's alive, not only in my heart, but he's alive and well in heaven! He went home to be with the Lord on May 27th, 2005. He is not gone, only absent from our presence because he is now more alive and well than ever and in the presence of God, our Heavenly Father. He is (not was) a shining light in this world and left a legacy of love that will remain in our hearrts forever.

He is missed so very much and our hearts are heavy with sorrow, but we know he is in a better place. It is we who remain here for a time who feel the loss. Ronny awaits us to meet him there someday where we will all be together for eternity. I'm so proud he's my brother!

I have another very special page in mind to make on this site and on 'Genelle's Christian Music Home' to celebrate Ronny's life. I think it's time. A special thanks goes to Marjorie for the poem she was nspired to share with me and dedicated it now to Ronny's memory. I shared some cherished memories with her during the times of greiving, missing him so much.

 

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