OBITUARY

Ronald L. Carter

October 7, 1943May 24, 2019
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Ronald L. Carter age 75, peacefully passed away Friday, May 24, 2019. He is survived by his wife, Sandra L. Carter; son, Ronald Timothy (Sheri) Carter; grandchildren, Colin and Madison Carter, Brandon Burns and Timothy Burns; sister, Carol A. Carter; brother, Richard A. (Robin) Carter; sister in law, Pauline Carter and many nieces,nephews and dear friends. Preceded in death by brother, Donald Carter and nephew, Donald Carter. Ronald was born October 7,1943 in Hammond, IN to the late Dorsey and Dorothy (nee Hicks) Carter. He was the owner of Ronwal Transportation, Inc. in Hammond, IN for 35 years. Ronald was a member of Garfield Masonic Lodge 569 in Highland, IN., Orak Shrine and Motor Patrol in Michigan City, IN. He enjoyed his fishing trips to Wisconsin and wintering in Florida. Ronald enjoyed spending time with his family, many friends and business associates. Ronald was a loving son, brother, husband, father and grandfather and will truly be missed by all whose lives he touched. Memorial Services will be held on Saturday, June 8, 2019 at 12:00 PM along with a Masonic service at Chapel Lawn Funeral Home (8178 Cline Avenue Crown Point, IN) with Pastor Dan Obinger officiating. Inurnment to follow at Chapel Lawn Memorial Gardens, Crown Point, IN. Friends are invited to meet with the family on Saturday morning from 10:00 AM until time of service at the funeral home. Online condolences may be left at chapellawnfunerals.com

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  • Ronald L. Carter age 75, peacefully passed away Friday, May 24, 2019.
    He is survived by his wife, Sandra L. Carter; son, Ronald Timothy (Sheri) Carter; grandchildren, Colin and Madison Carter, Brandon Burns and Timothy Burns; sister, Carol A. Carter; brother, Richard A. (Robin) Carter; sister in law, Pauline Carter and many nieces,nephews and dear friends.
    Preceded in death by brother, Donald Carter and nephew, Donald Carter.
    Ronald was born October 7,1943 in Hammond, IN to the late Dorsey and Dorothy (nee Hicks) Carter.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, June 8, 2019
  • Memorial Service Saturday, June 8, 2019

Memories

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DEBBIE HUDSON

June 6, 2019

Ronnie I will miss seeing your smiling face. You have been a kind and gentle man. May you rest in peace. My sympathy to all of your family. Debbie H.

Dan Winiecki

June 4, 2019

Ron was a great friend and business associate. I knew Ron for over 40 years and he always had your back. I’ll always have memories of Ron as we had great times. We had good times and bad times but he was there for you. We lost a great person but memories will forever last. One thing is I’m glad I had the pleasure of having lunch with Ron , his wife, Tim along with my wife. It was a great time and shared a lot of memories. Ron I had a cocktail on you and salute to a great man, Who will not be forgotten.
My thoughts and prayers to the entire family .

Scott Mitchell

May 30, 2019

Olivia and I send our love and blessings to Ron’s family. I am blessed to have known him along with the memories of our time together. May God grant peace to Ron’s family and welcome another great caring sprit into our fathers home. Rest Nobel.


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Biography

Ronald L. Carter age 75, was born October 7,1943 in Hammond, IN to the late Dorsey and Dorothy (nee Hicks) Carter. He was the owner of Ronwal Transportation, Inc. in Hammond, IN for 35 years. Ronald was a member of Garfield Masonic Lodge 569 in Highland, IN., Orak Shrine and Motor Patrol in Michigan City, IN. He enjoyed his fishing trips to Wisconsin and wintering in Florida. Ronald enjoyed spending time with his family, many friends and business associates.
Ronald was a loving son, brother, husband, father and grandfather and will truly be missed by all whose lives he touched.