Ronald Alvarez Ponce Sr.
November 11, 1951 – June 25, 2020
Ronald Alvarez Ponce Sr, age 68, of Colton, California passed away on Thursday June 25, 2020. Ronald was born November 11, 1951.
A graveside service for Ronald will be held Monday, July 13, 2020 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM at Montecito Memorial Park and Mortuary, 3520 E Washington St, Colton, CA 92324.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.montecitomemorialparkandmortuary.com for the PONCE SR family.
Ronald Alvarez Ponce Sr.
July 14, 2020
Our sincere condolences to The Ponce Family.
Christopher and Kathy Gomez
July 12, 2020
My sincere condolences to the Ponce family in their loss. I have fond memories of Ronnie that go back when we were youths playing Rialto all-star baseball where I first met Ronnie. It was not until we both joined the military in 1970 and spent time in basic training and then technical school at Chanute AFB. We then spent several years in the Air Force reserve at Norton AFB, before I went active, where we shared many laughs and lots of fun. He always would make it so much fun being together and with others. He was the life of the party. I recently tried to hook up with him since I have been gone for many years and now being back in the local area and was able to see and hug him at Richie boy’s services but was successful in seeing him at the celebration of life/reception (went to the wrong hall). I will miss him and regret that I was not able to fully reconnect with him but have fond memories of our times together. Rest in peace, brother. (Ron Guillen, 703-851-2701)
July 6, 2020
My sincere condolences to the Ponce familia, I will always have the fondest memories of Ronnie, Richie boy & Roy always playing baseball and having good times running around the yard whenever they came by to visit with my tio Laco, their Nino, along with their Dad Richard Ponce. Along with all of Tio Laco's homeboys. Pava, Louie Soria, Tiny, Art Calderas, Tudy from Hesperia CA, always showing up with his boat to take everyone fishing. Forgive me for leaving any one out. My fondest moments was being the batboy whenever Ronnie, Ritchie boy and Roy were playing softball at the Guadalupe field, Encanto baseball field as well as Nunez park. Forever had a smile & a joke for everyone. You will forever live in my greatest memories, along with your entire family, The Great Ponce Familia 😔 Sincerely Robert Rodriguez (Laco's nephew) San Antonio Texas 😎 Love Always.