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Lawrence "Ron" Ronald Rood

9 octobre 194714 novembre 2020
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Lawrence Ronald Rood, 73 of Shady Spring, WV passed away November 14, 2020 at the Bowers Hospice House – Beckley. He was born October 9, 1947 in Fayetteville, WV to the late Perry Rood and Verna Johnson Rood. Ron was a veteran of the Vietnam War serving with both the US Army and the US Air Force. He attended New Life Baptist Church and enjoyed woodworking, rock throwing, fishing and truly loved spending time with his family. In addition to his parents he is preceded in death by his son, Robbie Rabon; two brothers, Danny and Timmy Rood. Those left to cherish his memory include his loving wife of 28 years, Brenda Rood; sons, Larry Rood and wife Amanda, Joe Rood and wife Joanne, Charles Stanley and wife Bonita; daughter, Lora Clarkson and husband Richie; Grandchildren, Lindsey, Jon, Zeth, Ashley, Dakota, Kandy, Terry, Nicole, Kerra, Greta, Chris and Michael; and 25 great grandchildren. The family would like to thank the staff of Bowers Hospice House, Mark Washington at the Beckley VA and the Staff of Kindred Care for the care that they received. Funeral Service will be held at Blue Ridge Funeral Home on Wednesday, November 18, 2020 at 2:00 pm. Friends may gather with the family from 12:00 – 2:00. In keeping with current heath restrictions all guest must wear facial coverings and practice social distancing. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to the Bowers Hospice House – Beckley in Memory of Lawrence “Ron” Rood.

  • PORTEURS

  • Dakota Clarkson
  • Brandon Sammons
  • Tim Stanley Jr.
  • Willie Whitt Jr.
  • Ray Worrell Jr.
  • Alden Worrell

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  • Visitation

    mercredi, 18 novembre , 2020

  • Funeral Services

    mercredi, 18 novembre , 2020

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Lawrence "Ron" Ronald Rood

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ENVOYEZ CONDOLEANCES
Zeath Ochsenrider

janvier 19, 2021

Great man never got to meet him in person but we have talked over the phone a time or two and sent letters back an forth rest in peace can't wait to meet you on the other side

Sabrina Wood-Hornsby

novembre 18, 2020

I worked with Ron at HM Supply. Ron was a true gentleman with a heart of gold. He would tell me stories daily, and loved to make me laugh.

He was a proud husband more than anything. When he spoke of his wife, Brenda, his face lit up. He also loved bragging on his grandson, Dakota.

Ron was a kind man. He was stubborn and determined. I’m glad our paths crossed as I shall never forget him.

He was a man of honor and dignity.

God bless, Sir.

I wish I would have stayed in touch....

Sabrina

Tracey Ann Barker

novembre 18, 2020

Ron and Brenda are an amazing couple. Ron helped us in a time of need. He is like a dad to us. We love you both. Dave and Tracey Barker

Jim Murdock Jr.

novembre 18, 2020

I found out at 0510 hrs this morning Ronnie had passed. If I would leave the memories we made together it would take more time and space than allowed on this site!

Ronnie was my best friend in most of our school years, and we shared so much together. He was a loyal and true friend and one of few that was always there.

When we met after those school years it was always like a school reunion of sharing more memories, laughter and that old bond was always still there just waiting to be rekindled. The last time I saw Ronnie and his wife was at the VA Hospital, it had been a very bad day and with some very unwanted news. He called my name and when I turned I saw that smile. I couldn’t spend the time I would have liked to I was late for an appointment, but I thought we could catch up under better circumstances for both of us. That reunion waits for a much better time in a much better place. “Known as ye are known!” I know I will recognize that smile! Love ya Ronnie, till then! Hebrews 11:1

Jim Murdock Jr.

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