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Rose Hill Funeral Home & Burial Park

3653 W Market St, Akron, OH

OBITUARY

Ronald W Roudebush

July 7, 1945July 20, 2020

Ronald W Roudebush, age 75, was born to George and Montez Roudebush in Indiana, PA on July 7, 1945 and passed away in Akron, OH on July 20, 2020.

He was preceded in death by his father, George Roudebush, Sr.

Ronald is survived by his mother, Montez Roudebush, Massillon, OH; brother George (Connie) Roudebush, Jr., Canton, OH; sister Georgia Taylor, Massillon, OH; nephews Anthony Roudebush, Canton,OH., Brent Roudebush, Rochester, NY.; nieces Jacquie (Todd) Collins, Brewster, OH., Lori (Chuck Heaton) Taylor, Canton, OH., Lisa (Frankie) Longo, Aurora, OH.; great-nephew Cole (Paige) Huscusson, Canton, OH.; great-nieces Kayla (Piper) Spann, Brecksville, OH., Morgan Heaton, Canton, OH., Madison Trissell, Aurora, OH; great-great-nieces Mia and Avery Huscusson, Canton, OH.

Ron was an Army Veteran serving in Germany during the Vietnam War; his best friend was his dog Booger who assisted him at the shop, and he enjoyed his trips to the casino. Cremation was handled through the Rose Hill Funeral Home and inurnment will take place at Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery. Memories and condolences may be shared at www.rosehillbp.com

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Kathy Chambliss

August 3, 2020

Rest In Peace Ron, God called his angel home. I remember how happy you were when you found out that you were in remission and we we rejoiced and thanked the Lord. Next time I saw you, you were fighting again. I thank God that you are finally finished fighting and wrapped in his Grace now. Until we meet again my friend, God speed! Rest peacefully now! You will be greatly missed by a lot of friends and family!

Joyce Forte

July 30, 2020

Well damn it old man ya made it!! You gave it a long hard fight now your hanging with all them musicians u promoted in your shop all those years. You touched so many lives Good bless you. I know your keeping an eye on all of us. 4 corners on my bed 4 angels at my head make that 5. I'm gonna miss you. Much respect Much love till we meet again my friend. Joyce

Cynthia Brooks

July 26, 2020

Lot of memories my heart is hurt good dude so cool

Paul Lunderman

July 26, 2020

Walked in that store in 2000, sticking out like a sore thumb and Ron from across the room said, "Come in we are all friends here!" Put me right at ease! Rest In Peace! I will always remember your kindness that day!

Chyna Marie

July 26, 2020

Such a wonderful guy and super funny
Very respectful everytme
i visited the store
I LEFT SMILING ONLY
BCUZ OF HIMπŸ’•
FLY HIGH BABY🎻🎻🎻🎻

Trisha Jarvis

July 24, 2020

Dearest Ron, You were such a generous man who always had the best stories to tell and would go out of your way to please all of your customers let alone instantly smile whenever anyone walked into your store. The last time I saw you I had on a House of Guitars shirt and you instantly noticed it and said you’ve been there before which was in Rochester NY and most people around this area have no clue about the place! I’m so honored to have loads of memorabilia that you personally sold me from your store that I will cherish for a lifetime. You’ll be laid to rest at such a beautiful cemetery at which my dad is buried there as well. Rest easy my friend and fly high. MUCH LOVE RON❀️❀️

Jill French

July 24, 2020

Ron was a great guy a wealth of knowledge and a kind caring soul whom I will miss. I have shopped both stores hung out in the back room and even when I had my children an go to the shop Ron would hold them when they where babies and play with them as they grow. Ron. Always made you feel like you where family. You will be missed my Brother fly high

Rob Webb

July 24, 2020

Ron was a cool dude and we done a lot of good things back in the day I have known him for a good 35 years and he was always the some happy man and would help you if you needed it .RIP my friend .still in the hood

Shrena Breth

July 24, 2020

I first met Ron in 1984 when he had the blacklight rooms I was 4 years old. I got my first blacklight poster from him later when I was 15. He was always the coolest.

Debbie Nicholson

July 24, 2020

You were always so sweet, kind and generous. You will be missed by many my friend. Until we meet again. ✌❀

FROM THE FAMILY

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